"The legacy of these players is honored at the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, a 10,000-square-foot museum of interactive exhibits and films residing in the 18th and Vine district of Kansas City, a historic hub of African-American cultural activity."
"If, like us, you’ve always wanted to eat your fried chicken in an 1829 log cabin and farmhouse, Stroud's Oak Ridge Manor is the place to do it. Since 1933, the good people of North Kansas City have gathered here for their pan-fried chicken."
"Learn about the connection between America's pastime and black history at the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. It's located in the city where the first such league was founded and tells the story of the 75-plus leagues and teams that emerged between 1920 and 1955, mostly in the South, Northeast and the Midwest."
"Depression-era painter Thomas Hart Benton called this midsize Missouri city home, perhaps igniting the town’s artistic fervor. Visit his home/studio (note the coffee cans full of paintbrushes) or view his romanticized images of local people and landscapes at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art."
"Barbecue and jazz are among the best ways to get a taste of this Midwestern city. Take a tour on a double-decker bus and visit the theme park Worlds of Fun. You also won't want to miss Art Alley or the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art."
"Travel back in time when you visit this city and stop in for a drink at Manifesto, one of the top speakeasy-styled cocktail lounges in the area. We suggest a few sips before heading to dinner in the Country Club Plaza, then catching a show at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts."