Sightseeing in Saint Joseph


Visit to the Johnny Carson Birthplace for Two, Four, or Six (64% Off)

Johnny Carson Birthplace Society

The Johnny Carson Birthplace

Tour the recently restored childhood home of Johnny Carson, and watch video clips of his classic Tonight Show jokes

$14 $5

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$30 for 90-Minute Guided Tour of Arrowhead Stadium for One from Kansas City Chiefs ($30 Value)

Kansas City Chiefs

Arrowhead Stadium

Guides show charges the press box, the locker rooms, and other key areas of Arrowhead Stadium, home of the Kansas City Chiefs

$30 $16

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$84 for Two-Hour Segway Tour for Two from Segway Bike & Stroll ($140 Value)

Segway, Bike, and Stroll

Country Club Plaza

Explore local art, outdoor exhibits, and history, gliding on a Segway to each destination

$140 $68

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Visit for Two or Four to the American Jazz Museum (Up to 45% Off)

American Jazz Museum

American Jazz Museum

Guests look and listen inside exhibits that chronicle the history of jazz, including a 1930s nightclub replica where live musicians play

$20 $12

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Kansas City Blues and Jazz Tour for Two, Four, or Six from Kcjazztours (Up to 58% Off)

Kcjazztours

Kcjazztours

Explore historic sites via limo, enjoy dinner at a live jazz club, then visit other music venues before a limo takes you back to your hotel

$125 $55

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General or VIP Visits for Two Adults and Two Children to the National Airline History Museum (Up to 83% Off)

National Airline History Museum

Northland

Photographs, artifacts, and aircraft such as 1941 Douglas DC-3 and 1952 Martin 404 illustrate the history of commercial flight

$26 $12

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6- or 12-Mile Helicopter Flight for Up to Three from Timberview Helicopters (Up to 51% Off)

Timberview Helicopters

Multiple Locations

Flight over downtown area delivers views of the city center, Sprint Center, and the Plaza

$297 $145

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$14} for a One-Day Visit for Four at Wonderscope Children's Museum of KC (Up to $28 Value)

Wonderscope Children's Museum of Kansas

Kansas City

Exhibits mix learning with play as kids explore elements of art, science, and literature

$28 $14

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Museum Visits for Two or Four to Leila's Hair Museum (60% Off)

Leila's Hair Museum

Independence

Hair museum dedicates its space to wreaths, reliquaries, and jewelry all made from and with hair

$30 $12

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Membership to Robert J. Dole Institute of Politics Including Dinner Gala (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Robert J. Dole Institute Of Politics

Lawrence

The Dole Institute's mission is to promote civic participation among young people and demonstrate the honor of working in politics

$100 $65

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Star Bright Saturday Event for Four or Private Party for 10 at Astronomical Society of Kansas City (50% Off)

Astronomical Society of Kansas City

Powell Observatory

Science lovers gather at the astronomical society to tour the observatory and view the stars, while private events are more exclusive

$24 $12

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  • Glore Psychiatric Museum
    There's nothing like learning about medicine of the past to make us grateful for today's doctors. The Glore Psychiatric Museum illustrates how far health care has come by taking guests on a fascinating—and sometimes gruesome—journey into State Lunatic Asylum No. 2, which opened in 1874. Through interactive exhibits and artifacts, the museum, which as been featured on PBS and the Discovery Channel, shows what daily life at the hospital was like over the course of its history. In addition to hospital paraphernalia such as confinement boxes and uniforms, the Glore showcases artwork created by those suffering from mental-health disorders, and includes pottery, paintings, drawings, and needlework.
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    3406 Frederick Ave
    Saint Joseph, MO US
  • The Johnny Carson Birthplace
    Thirty-seven years before taking over The Tonight Show from Jack Paar, Johnny Carson was born in a humble one-story home in Corning, Iowa, the county seat of the least populated county in Iowa, on October 23, 1925. After studying radio and speech at the University of Nebraska, he honed his comedic chops writing for Red Skelton before forever reshaping late-night television. The recipient of numerous awards, including a Peabody and Presidential Medal of Freedom, and named the Greatest TV Icon by Entertainment Weekly and TV Land, Johnny remained on The Tonight Show until 1992, when his final episode drew in nearly 50 million viewers. Highlights from his Tonight Show tenure play on a TV inside his family's restored home, where visitors can explore the various rooms of Johnny's childhood.
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    500 13th St.
    Corning, IA US
  • Clay County Museum Assoc
    The Polished Edge Salon's team of experienced stylists sculpts hairdos with artistic precision and enhances treatments with products from top industry brands such as Bed Head, Schwarzkopf, and Paul Mitchell within a softly lit space accented by floor-to-ceiling windows. Following a thorough consultation, mane masters snip and style head threads to match a client's detailed description or a manifestation of their favorite Sunday comic. Delving deep into follicles with reckless abandon, deep-conditioning treatments saturate weary strands with vitality enriching formulas, which allow full highlights to vibrantly accentuate facial features. Appointments may take between one and three hours depending on the package purchased, although complimentary WiFi and recordings of President Roosevelt's fireside chats ensure that clients remain entertained.
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    14 N Main St
    Liberty, MO US
  • National Airline History Museum
    In 1986, aviation enthusiasts Dick McMahon and Larry Brown embarked on a mutually shared dream: find and restore a Lockheed Super G Constellation. Long gone from the friendly skies, the “Connie,” as the aircraft is known to aficionados and flirtatious air traffic controllers, was once a sight to behold––a beautiful mix of mechanical power and graceful design. After much sleuthing, the pair managed to locate a 1958 model in Mesa, Arizona, acquire it from the storage facility in which it lived, and transporting it to Hangar 9 at the Kansas City Downtown Airport for refurbishment. Thus was established the National Airline History Museum, a passion project that grew over the ensuing decades to fill three museum rooms with airline artifacts and ephemera. Inside, visitors mine the rich history of commercial flight as they view early photographs and exchange the latest jokes about airline food. They even have the opportunity to walk through several of the aircraft in the hangar, including a 1941 Douglas DC-3 and a 1952 Martin 404 in addition to the famed Lockheed Constellation.
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    201 NW Lou Holland Dr
    Kansas City, MO US
  • Kansas City Museum
    Learn more about the history of the Kansas City metropolitan area at this museum overlooking the Missouri River Valley. Sitting on the former estate of lumber baron and philanthropist Robert A. Long, the Kansas City Museum’s displays are located in five historic structures, the most notable being a magnificent 70-room mansion.
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    3218 Gladstone Blvd
    Kansas City, MO US
  • Hallmark Visitors Center
    The Hallmark Visitors Center gives visitors young and old the opportunity to learn more about how the iconic greeting cards are made. The Hallmark Live exhibit features talks from some of the company’s writers, illustrators and designers, and kids can even operate a bow-making machine and take home their creation as a souvenir.
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    2450 Grand Blvd
    Kansas City, MO US
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