- TripBuzz found 177 things to do with kids in or near Independence, Missouri, including 154 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Shawnee, Kansas City, Liberty and Kansas City.
- From Electric Theatre Vintage Arcade to Adventure Oasis Water Park, the Independence area offers 67 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, Bowling, Movie Theaters and Specialty Museums.
- Located on the Missouri River is the state's fourth largest city, Independence. The town is the famous hometown of former President Harry S. Truman and is home to the Truman Presidential Library and Museum, as well as his former home, the Harry S. Truman National Historic Site. Other points of interest include various museums, shopping and a wide selection of libraries.
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80% 5 votes
1020 Massachusetts Street, Lawrence, KS 66044 MoreLess Info
The Granada Theatre is a theater that has hosted musical performers including Yelawolf, Creature Carnival, and Jeff the Brotherhood. The theater is available to rent for birthday parties, fashion shows, and wedding receptions.
75% 4 votes
1000 Massachusetts St, Ste D, Lawrence, KS 66044 MoreLess Info
An activity center for young children, the Laugh Out Loud LOL Family Zone features indoor play areas with jumping and bouncing areas, creative play areas, climbing areas, and dance areas. The facility hosts parties.
100% 3 votes
1141 Massachusetts Street, Lawrence, KS 66044 MoreLess Info
South Park is the oldest park in Lawrence, and was part of the original 1854 town site. The park offers several picnic areas, a butterfly garden, a playground, a wading pool, and the Theodore Roosevelt Fountain.
73% 22 votes
Tennessee and Indiana streets, Sixth and Eight streets, Lawrence, KS MoreLess Info
Annual picnics, garage sales, art sales any other events await the visitor of Old West Lawrence.
50% 2 votes
6th & Tennessee Street, Lawrence, KS 66044 MoreLess Info
The main feature of the Buford M. Watson, Jr Park is the Lawrence Outdoor Aquatic Center. In addition to this swimming center, the park also has playgrounds, barbecue grills and picnic areas, and an old fashioned steam locomotive on display.
90% 80 votes
Dyche Hall, Lawrence, KS MoreLess Info
With fossils from 85 million years ago, a live insect collection, and several other collections, the Museum of Natural History may worth the while for both adults and children, presenting to them the life of the planet.
96% 69 votes
1651 Naismith Drive, Lawrence, KS MoreLess Info
Covering 26,000 square feet and honoring the university's coaches and athletes, Booth Family Hall of Athletics also has a retail store from which the visitor can buy souvenirs.
100% 1 votes
15th St. and Naismith Dr., Lawrence, KS MoreLess Info
The University Theatre at the University of Kansas is home to both a traditional and black box theatre. Performances are offered by the University's theatre department throughout the academic year, and the community comes together for a summer show.
53% 15 votes
933 Iowa St., Lawrence, KS 66044 MoreLess Info
Offering automatic scoring and a smoke-free environment, Royal Crest Lanes features 40 lanes of bowling with shoe rental. It also has arcade game machines and is available for both birthday and corporate events with food and drink available.
100% 3 votes
1345 Jayhawk Blvd, Lawrence, KS 66045 MoreLess Info
KU Natural History Museum studies the life of the planet for the benefit of the Earth and its inhabitants. The Museum uses acquisition, curation, study of collections of plants, animals, fossil material and cultural artifacts for academic and public education.