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$33 Tours & Sightseeing

Kansas City Hop on-Hop off Day Pass

Choose when and where your fun in Kansas City begins! With the Hop on-Hop off Day Pass you are welcome to catch a ride at any of our designated meeting locations through out the city and hop off at any of the following locations through out the day. The double decker bus will pick you up and drop you off in the heart of the Country Club Plaza, Crown Center, River Market, Westport and The Power and Light District in Downtown Kansas City or at the door step of the National World War I Museum, the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art and Boulevard Brewing Co. Tours begin at 10am. You are welcome to catch the bus at your convenience. Once you hop on, Kansas City is yours for the day! All hop on-hop off guests are welcome to get on and off the bus multiple times during the day.

$71.50 Food, Wine & Nightlife

Brewery and Distillery Tour in Kansas City

Ever wondered what an urban winery looks like and how it operates? Curious about why early brewers first decided to cultivate hops as a superior alternative for brewing beer than other flowering plants? Want to know why whiskey producers use copper stills to distil flavorful spirits from sour mash? Kansas city has seen an explosion of interest in craft beers, fine wines, and small production spirits in recent years, and larger numbers of people than ever before have started asking themselves these questions. This tour offers you the opportunity to answer some of these questions and more during a four-hour adventure trekking across Kansas City's urban core and outlying areas discovering what's happening in the craft beer and spirits world. The tour starts at Ollie's Local, a true neighborhood bar known for quality drinks, a modest, down to earth attitude, and a killer jukebox. After meeting your affable, friendly driver/guide and grabbing a quick optional pint at your own expense, you will head to the bus to meet the rest of the group and head out on your trip. This tour can vary between trips depending on your interest and guide's individual discretion in regards to the best stops for each specific groups - some groups prefer stopping on two breweries and a single distillery, others want to focus specifically on just beer. Each group will decide how to best allocate the three stops you will make throughout the day.  After visiting three select breweries and/or distilleries spread throughout central Kansas City, you will head back downtown for a central drop off and preferred mode of safe transportation back to you local home, hotel, or local vacation rental.

$18.99 Sightseeing Tickets & Passes

SEA LIFE Kansas City Aquarium Admission with Quiz Trail

SEA LIFE Kansas City provides visitors with a mix of educational and interactive activities through more than 30 aquarium displays that feature diverse ocean species in authentically themed habitats. See thousands of creatures as you make your way through exhibits that include an ocean tank and underwater glass tunnel — you’ll find something for every member of the family.Spy the elusive giant pacific octopus, considered the most intelligent of all invertebrates, and discover why its favorite meal consists of shellfish and crustaceans. Watch a variety of tropical seahorses slurp up their food and don't miss the rescued green sea turtle on the ocean floor. Observe cute clown fish and see jellyfish floating inside cylindrical tanks that mimic ocean tides and currents. Stop by an ocean tank of blacktip reef sharks which come from the coral reefs of the Indian and Pacific oceans and watch them swim overhead via an underwater tunnel. You'll also spot cownose rays which use their synchronized flaps to stir up ocean sediment on the tunnel floor. Learn about the creatures that inhabit the shores and coastal tides such as starfish, sea anemones, sea urchins and horseshoe crabs.Passionate about preserving marine habitats and the species that live in them, the informative staff at SEA LIFE Kansas City celebrates everything about the sea. The aquarium hosts educational demonstrations and shark and ray feedings throughout the day. Learn about successful breeding programs for endangered animals and discover how the aquarium supports worldwide conservation projects.

$60 Tours & Sightseeing

Kansas City Segway Tour: Country Club Plaza Area

Kansas City is known as a mecca for both artists and art enthusiasts alike, and your knowledgeable local guide will point out all the important sights along the way.Sights on the Art & Glide tour include: • Country Club Plaza • Fountains • Outdoor art • and so much more!Kansas City has a rich history, and your tour guide will gladly share their expansive knowledge of the city's past, it's present, and it's exciting future! This tour is great for both visitors and locals, as there's always more to learn about our beautiful city's fascinating history.Kansas City has a rich history, and your tour guide will gladly share their expansive knowledge of the city's past, it's present, and it's exciting future! This tour is great for both visitors and locals, as there's always more to learn about our beautiful city's fascinating history.

$72 Food, Wine & Nightlife

Original KC Barbecue Tour

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Arthur Bryant's BarbequeAll guests will be served a portion of Arthur Bryant's world famous smoked meats and house made side dishesDuration: 40 minutesPass By: American Jazz MuseumEnjoy a brief history of the music that put Kansas City on the mapStop At: LC's Bar-B-QAll guests will be served a portion of LC's locally loved smoked meats and house made side dishesDuration: 30 minutesPass By: The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MissouriTake sight of Kansas City's world-famous art museum. Inside, the Nelson-Atkins Museum of holds collections of more than 35,000 works of art and welcomes 500,000 visitors a year.Pass By: Country Club Plaza, Kansas City, MissouriSee the premier Country Club Plaza shopping district and all the charm it brings to Kansas City. 15 blocks filled with over 100 shops and more than 30 restaurants. This is a sight to see!Pass By: Westport, Kansas City, MissouriWestport is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Kansas City! Originally called West Port, the neighborhood got its name as it was the westernmost village where settlers stocked up before venturing into the Kansas Territory.Today the neighborhood is known for its blend of tasty eateries, trendy boutiques and popular nighttime hot spotsPass By: Uptown Theatre, Kansas City, MissouriTake in the architecture of Kansas City's first theater to show first run filmsPass By: Firefighter FountainThe fountain features two bronze figures surrounded by 48 streams of water falling into an 80-foot wide basin. A bronze large than life sculpture of a firefighter with his head bowed is directly to the north of the fountain.Behind the sculpture is a curved stone wall with bronze plaques that list the name of the fallen Kansas City firefighters.Pass By: National WWI Museum and Memorial, Kansas City, MissouriBuilt By Kansas Citians, Embraced By the Nation.A breath-taking lasting monument to the men and women who had served in World War I. Construction on the classical Egyptian Revival-style monument was completed in 1926 and the Liberty Memorial was dedicated by President Calvin Coolidge in front of more than 150,000 people.Pass By: Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas CityThe Federal Reserve was established by Congress and signed by President Woodrow Wilson in 1913. It was preceded by financial panics, bank failures and business bankruptcies that severely disrupted the economy. There were two prior attempts at establishing central banks.Pass By: Union Station, Kansas City, MissouriBuilt in 1914, Union Station opens her arms with 850,000 square feet of amazing space that originally featured 900 rooms. In her prime as a working train station, she accommodated hundreds of thousands of passengers each year. During WWII, an estimated one million travelers – many of them soldiers -- passed through the Station. The North Waiting Room held 10,000 people and the complex included restaurants, a cigar store, barber shop, railroad offices, the nation's largest Railway Express Building (used for shipping freight and mail) as well as a powerhouse providing steam and power. So many stories of farewells, reunions and of day-to-day vibrancy still echo in her walls. Pass By: Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, Kansas City, MissouriThe Kauffman Center, home to resident organizations the Kansas City Ballet, Lyric Opera, Kansas City Symphony, and other innovative programming, embraces a variety of audiences with different tastes, interests and passions. At the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, everyone can have an opportunity to experience excellence.Stop At: Danny Edwards BLVD BBQAll guests will be served a portion of Danny Edwards locally loved smoked meats and house made side dishesDuration: 30 minutesStop At: Gates Bar-B-QAll guests will be served a portion of Gates and Sons world famous smoked meats and house made side dishesDuration: 30 minutes

$70 Tours & Sightseeing

Kansas City Museums Parks And History Segway Tour

Kansas City is known as a mecca for both artists and art enthusiasts alike, and your knowledgeable local guide will point out all the important sights along the way.Sights on the Musuems, Parks and History tour include: • Westport • Nelson Atkins Museum • Country Club Plaza • and so much more!Kansas City has a rich history, and your tour guides will gladly share their expansive knowledge of the city's past, it's present, and it's exciting future! This tour is great for both visitors and locals, as there's always more to learn about our beautiful city's fascinating history.Kansas City has a rich history, and your tour guides will gladly share their expansive knowledge of the city's past, it's present, and it's exciting future! This tour is great for both visitors and locals, as there's always more to learn about our beautiful city's fascinating history.