Cool Places To Spend An Afternoon In Kansas City

Cool Places To Spend An Afternoon In Kansas City

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Got a few hours of free time? Here are the best places to spend an afternoon exploring Kansas City.

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    What an amazing lineup of beers. The food is fantastic and the people a d staff are great. -- Kevin McGree via Foursquare
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    All the servers are charming and helpful. That said, ask for Hailey! -- Zena Weist via Foursquare
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    This is THE national museum to World War I, not just some little thing KC put together. It's an incredible experience that you should not miss out on. Plan on 3 hours minimum and worth every second. -- Kyle Rohde via Foursquare
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    The only dedicated World War I monument in the United States. The new museum is full of informative displays and information. President Obama gave a stump speech at Liberty Memorial in 2008. -- Kelsey Hayes via Foursquare
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    During the summer Fury of the Nile is the best ride that combines fun with thrill and hopefully some water!!! -- Joshua Ham via Foursquare
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    One of the prettiest places in Kansas City to enjoy the outdoors; rose bushes, the fountains, the ducks and pond, and two separate paved exercise trails keep the place busy all year round -- Kansas City via Foursquare
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    300 beers but the Saison Dupont might be the best beer they have. The list is endlessly changing, though, so just trust Travis and the trusty bar staff to point you in the right direction. -- Jonathan Robinson via Foursquare
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    Between the hostess who seemed generally bothered we came in at all and the server who was inattentive and brought out apps with actual food... Not coming back. -- Whitney Young via Foursquare
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    Free samples of anything on tap! Try something new, local, and fresh. -- David Goth via Foursquare
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    Boulevard is not only the second largest brewery in Missouri, but also one of the largest specialty brewers in the Midwest. -- USA TODAY via Foursquare
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    What distinguishes the Nelson-Atkins from other museums of its kind isn’t the quantity of the collection–it’s the quality. The neoclassical structure houses more than 33,500 works of art. -- ThePurplePassport.com via Foursquare
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    If you love Mario Kart, skee ball, and a huge selection of craft and local beers- this is your spot. Any hour after the doors open this place fills up! -- Courtney Hildebrand via Foursquare
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