Sightseeing in Kansas City


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  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Union Station Kansas City
    The 850,000-square-foot Union Station houses more than locomotives. Originally built in 1914, it features three 3,500-pound chandeliers, an interactive science center, and the area’s only large-format 3D movie screen. The Henry Wollman Bloch Fountain also sits just outside the grandiose landmark, wowing passersby with its 232 jets.
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    30 West Pershing Road
    Kansas City, MO US

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