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At any time, from any location, use your cell phone to listen to the fascinating details of historic sites and attractions that form the unique history of Kansas City, Kansas. Call 913-489-3423, key in the extension number followed by the # key to hear a recorded explanation about the attraction being featured. There is no cost to you for these audio tours except use of minutes on your cell phone. You can listen to another recording either by calling again and entering the extension number and # sign or, before hanging up, simply enter another extension number followed by the # sign. Or download the text and audio files at your leisure below.

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  • Cabela's 1#

    10300 Cabela Drive
    Kansas City , KS 66111 (map)
    913-328-0322

    www.cabelas.com
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    Cabela's retail showroom boasts 180,000 sqare feet of hunting, fishing and related outdoor gear in the largest tourist attraction in Kansas.

  • Legends Outlets Kansas City 2#

    1843 Village West Pkway
    Kansas City , KS 66111 (map)
    913-788-3700

    www.legendsshopping.com
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    Legends Outlets Kansas City celebrated a grand opening in April 2006 and has since enjoyed over 10 million visitors annually. Over 80 tributes to legendary Kansas are found throughout the center. With over 101 stores, restaurants and entertainment venues, the Legends Outlets Kansas City is sure to please.

  • 7th Street Casino 3#

    777 N 7th Street Trafficway
    Kansas City , KS 66101 (map)
    913-371-3500

    www.7th-streetcasino.com
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    The 7th Street Casino opened its doors in January 2008 after undergoing a 20 million dollar restoration and rehab. Offering over 500 gaming machines, three bars, and a restaurant, all housed in the Historical Scottish Rite Temple on the corner of 7th and Ann.

  • Kansas City T-Bones 4#

    1800 Village West Parkway
    Kansas City , KS 66111 (map)
    913-328-2255

    www.tbonesbaseball.com
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    The Kansas City T-Bones Professional Baseball Club was founded in 2003. The T-Bones are proud members of the Independent Northern League and offer affordable family fun for all ages.

  • Lewis & Clark Historic Park at Kaw Point 5#

    One River City Drive
    Kansas City , KS 66101 (map)
    913-573-8327

    www.lewisandclarkwyco.org
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    The Lewis and Clark expedition arrived at Kaw point, at the confluence of the Kansas and Missouri rivers on June 26, 1804. This six-acre park features an education pavilion with interpretive signs about the expedition and trails through woods along the river.

  • Wyandotte County Lake 6#

    91st & Leavenworth Road
    Kansas City , KS 66109 (map)
    913-573-8327

    www.wycokck.org/parks
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    Wyandotte County Lake Park is a beautiful 1500 acre regional park and home to a 400 acre lake. The lake was constructed in the mid 1930ís with funding from the WPA and county to create jobs and establish water conservation by impounding.

  • F.L. Schlagle Environmental Library 7#

    4051 West Drive
    Kansas City , KS 66109 (map)
    913-299-2384

    www.kckpl.lib.ks.us/schlagle
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    A year-round interactive library, nature center and nature trail offers scientific, educational, cultural and recreational opportunities to visitors of all ages. Nature themed activities for the whole family such as bird watching, plant and animal identification and trail hikes are offered on weekends. Located inside Wyandotte County Lake Park.

  • Korean-Vietnam War Memorial 8#

    91st & Leavenworth Road
    Kansas City , KS 66109 (map)
    913-573-8327

    www.wycokck.org/parks
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    The nationís first dual-war memorial is dedicated to veterans of the Korean and Vietnam conflicts. A marble memorial dedicated on Veteranís Day 1988 is located at the entrance to the Wyandotte County Lake Park. Names of Wyandotte County residents who lost their life or are listed as missing in action are displayed on bronze plaques.

  • Rosedale Memorial Arch 9#

    35th and Booth Street
    Kansas City , KS 66103 (map)
    913-677-5097

    www.wycokck.org/parks
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    The Rosedale Memorial Arch, inspired by the Arc de Triomphe. The Arch was dedicated in 1924 to the servicemen of the Rosedale neighborhood who died in World War I, then rededicated to veterans of all wars in 1993.

  • James P. Davis Hall 10#

    91st & Leavenworth Road
    Kansas City , KS 66109 (map)
    913-573-8327

    www.wycokck.org/parks
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    Davis Hall, located in Wyandotte County Lake Park was completed in 1937 through a WPA project along with the lake and park. All of the lumber and stone to build the hall came from park property and was cut by hand.

  • Sunflower Hills Golf Course 11#

    122nd Street & Riverview Road
    Bonner Springs , KS 66012 (map)
    913-721-2727

    www.wycokck.org/parks
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    Challenging public championship course with long par 4ís and exciting par 3ís. Sunflower Hills is an affordable 18 hole course located in Wyandotte County Kansas. It was designed by renowned architect Roger Packard and opened to the public on May 10, 1977

  • Quindaro Ruins Overlook 12#

    27th & Sewell
    Kansas City , KS 66104 (map)
    913-573-5100

    www.wycokck.org/parks
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    In the mid 1800ís the Quindaro Ruins site was an abolitionist community in Kansas that thrived near the Missouri River. The former city of Quindaro helped establish Kansas as a free state and was a stop on the Underground Railroad. The Overlook was dedicated on May 13, 2008.

  • John Brown Statue 13#

    27th & Sewell
    Kansas City , KS 66104 (map)
    913-573-5100

    www.wycokck.org/parks
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    The John Brown statue was carved in Carrara, Italy from white Carrara marble. The statue is a life size likeness of John Brown, standing atop a 7 foot 2 inch granite pedestal. John Brown was a critical part of the Underground Railroad and the history of the slaves in Kansas. The statue was dedicated in 1911.

  • Wyandotte County Park 14#

    126th & State Avenue
    Bonner Springs , KS 66012 (map)
    913-573-8327

    www.wycokck.org/parks
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    A beautiful 325 acre park with picnic shelters, tennis courts, softball fields, a skate park, a 6-hole junior golf course, large playgrounds and home to the George Meyn Building. Also located in the park are the Kansas City Renaissance Festival, Wyandotte County Museum, National Agricultural Center & Hall of Fame and Cricket Wireless Amphitheater.

  • Grinter Place Historical Site 15#

    1420 S. 78th Street
    Kansas City , KS (map)
    913-299-0373

    www.kshs.org/places/grinter
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    The 1857 home built on the Delaware Indian Reserve may be the oldest farmhouse in Kansas. It was home to Moses Grinter, who established the first ferry across the Kansas River.

  • National Agricultural Center & Hall of Fame 16#

    630 N. 126th Street
    Bonner Springs , KS 66012 (map)
    913-721-1075

    www.aghalloffame.com
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    The National Agricultural Center & Hall of Fame was chartered by Congress in 1960 to honor the American farmer. This unique 164-acre museum complex offers a variety of exhibits and activities for visitors of all ages.

  • Old Quindaro Museum 17#

    3432 N. 29th Street
    Kansas City , KS 66104 (map)
    913-244-8497

    www.oldquindaro.org
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    The Old Quindaro Museum preserves and promotes the historical and cultural awareness, educational value and overall importance of the African-American community of Quindaro to the history and evolutionary development of Kansas and well as the United States of America.

  • Strawberry Hill Museum And Cultural Center 18#

    720 N. 4th Street
    Kansas City , KS 66101 (map)
    913-371-3264

    www.strawberryhillmuseum.org
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    The Strawberry Hill Ethnic Museum and Cultural Center was built in 1887 as a Victorian home. The museum currently has exhibits depicting Croatian, Polish, Slavak, Lithuanian, Ukraine, Slovenian, the Netherlands, Russian and Denmark ethnic groups.

  • Wyandotte County Historical Society And Museum 19#

    631 N. 126th Street
    Bonner Springs , KS 66012 (map)
    913-721-1078

    www.wycomuseum.wordpress.com
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    The Wyandotte County Historical Museum was opened in 1956. It opened to the public in its present location in 1967. The Museum houses the Trowbridge Research Library, The Trowbridge/Barker Gallery, The East Gallery and an auditorium.

  • B-25 Bomber Builders Monument 20#

    631 N. 126th Street
    Bonner Springs , KS 66012 (map)
    913-721-1078

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    This monument was built and dedicated to the men and women who worked at the Fairfax Bomber Plant during World War I building B-25 Bombers.

  • Sporting Park 21#

    One Sporting Way
    Kansas City , KS 66111 (map)
    913-912-7600

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    Home to MLS Sporting KC, Sporting Park is the first state-of-the-art stadium in North America to combine the best attributes of European and South America stadiums with modern amenities.

  • Schlitterbahn Kansas City Waterpark 23#

    9400 State Avenue
    Kansas City , KS 66109 (map)
    913-334-5200

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    Family owned and operated, Schlitterbahn Waterparks have been a leader in family water entertainment since 1979. Schlitterbahn currently operated three Texas waterparks. The Kansas City, Kansas park is the first expansion outside Texas.

  • Moon Marble Company 24#

    600 E. Front Street
    Bonner Springs , KS 66012 (map)
    913-441-1432

    www.moonmarble.com
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    If youíve lost your marbles or just want to find some, Moon Marble is the place for you! With thousands to choose from in every style, size and color, you are sure to find what you are looking for. As you watch firsthand how marbles are formed at the torch, you can also learn the history of glass working.

  • National Farmers Memorial 25#

    630 Hall of Fame Drive
    Bonner Springs , KS 66012 (map)
    913-721-1075

    www.aghalloffame.com
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    The only national memorial honoring farmers and their contributions to America past and present was designed by nationally renowned artist and sculptor Lewis Watkins and located at the National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame.

  • Wyandotte County Fairgrounds 26#

    13700 Polfer Rd
    Kansas City , KS 66111 (map)
    913-788-7898

    www.wycofair.com
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    The Wyandotte County Fairgrounds attracts more than 100,000 visitors annually during the Fair and host various events throughout the year.

  • Quindaro Underground Railroad Museum 27#

    3436 North 27th Street
    Kansas City , KS 66104 (map)
    913-321-1220

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    This exhibit explains the history and significance of the Quindaro Underground Railroad.  It is housed in the historic Vernon MultiPurpose Center, a building in the original location of the school where Negro children were taught in 1854. It was rebuilt in 1934 and expanded in 1970. The museum has several artifacts and documents that tell the story of the town and people of Quindaro. 

  • Sumner High School Alumni Room 28#

    1610 N. 8th St
    Kansas City , KS 66101 (map)
    913-299-0793

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    The exhibit includes photographs, trophies, documents, school newspapers, books written by Sumner Alumni associates and similar materials.  The exhibit drawn from Sumner High School remains on display every second Tuesday and every fourth Thursday of the month, from 10am-2pm or by appointment.

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