- The list below includes 194 free or cheap things to do in or near Kansas City, Missouri, including 71 different types of inexpensive activities like Music Venue, Art Museum, History Museums and Malls.
- From Loose Park to Westport, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Kansas City and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Shawnee, Independence, Olathe and Kansas City.
Lady Antebellum: You Look Good World Tour 2017 with Kelsea Ballerini & Brett Young Kansas City MoreLess Info
Grammy-winning country-pop trio behind No. 1 hits “Need You Now” and “I Run to You” tour in support of their latest album, Heart Break
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223 N. Main St., Independence, MO 64050 MoreLess Info
Declared a National Historic Site in 1983, the Harry S Truman National Historic Site has on its premises the Truman House and the Truman Farm House. There are exhibited more than 50,000 items depicting the life of the former president and its family.
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217 North Main Street, Independence, MO 64050 MoreLess Info
Dedicated to local criminal justice history, the Jail, Marshal's House & Museum in Indepenence, Missouri takes visitors back to the harsh, draconian environment of an historic American prison. The museum is only open from April through the end of October.
Housing a small museum, the National Frontier Trail Center offers American history buffs displays and a short film highlighting the five historic westward trails. There are diary excerpt from pioneers and personal accounts of the grueling trails.
Located near the Turkey Creek Steamway Trail, Chatlain Park is a public park filled with a number of amenities for visitors to enjoy. These amenities include a walking trail, covered picnic areas, barbecue grills, and a playground
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5700 King St, Shawnee, KS 66203 MoreLess Info
There are plenty of hands-on exhibits at the Wonderscope Children's Museum of Kansas City from which the children could learn, from raceways to airways and artworks. Private events can be organized in here, such as birthday parties.
Leila's Hair Museum contains wreaths and jewelry made out of human hair, including a wreath acquired from actress/comedian Phyllis Diller. The museum has been featured in various publications, including People magazine and the Missouri Travel Guide-Wake Up Missouri.
The 2.2-acre Pioneer Crossing Park is a leisure park that features a 3D brick monument, a sculpture of Dick Williams, and a wagon train sculpture. The park was made to commemorate the pioneer trails that cross Shawnee City.
Designed to engage the curiosity of children, Wonderscope Children's Museum offers visitors a large play area filled with miniature buildings to explore. The museum regularly hosts community events such as safety lessons, book readings, and live entertainment.