- TripBuzz found 125 things to do with kids in or near Liberty, Missouri, including 106 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Independence, Kansas City, Kansas City and Blue Springs.
- From Amazing Play Fun Center to Retro Bowl, the Liberty area offers 70 different types of family activities, including: Family Fun Center, Movie Theaters, History Museums and Historic Sites.
- On the route of Jesse James' infamous crime spree, Lincoln is home to a museum that marks the place of one of the bank robberies. The city further offers several historical homes with pre-Civil War architecture. Other attractions in the area include a number of wineries and vineyards with tasting rooms, gift shops and special, seasonal events.
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90% 31 votes
318 West Pacific Avenue, Independence, MO 64050 MoreLess Info
Built in 1879 and restored at a different location, the Chicago & Alton Railroad Depot functions as a museum and a collectible shop, decorated to resemble the late 19th century.
74% 117 votes
318 W Pacific, Independence, MO 64050 MoreLess Info
Missouri's National Frontier Trails Museum, located in Independence, contains an assortment of artifacts and memorabilia related to the westward expansion of the United States. It includes original covered wagons, photographs, textiles and historic documents.
100% 37 votes
313 W Pacific Avenue, Independence, MO MoreLess Info
The historic Bingham Waggoner Estate is an estate that provides insights into the lifestyles of wealthy 19th century residents. The site offers a number of educational programs as well as art programs.
76% 17 votes
2100 S Hub Dr, Independence, MO 64050 MoreLess Info
A city-operated park, Adventure Oasis Water Park features a lazy river, three water slides, a lap pool, children's play structure, and a 6,000-square-foot pool. The park also provides swimming lessons, exercise programs and concessions.
92% 24 votes
1333 S Noland Rd., Independence, MO 64055 MoreLess Info
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.
44% 32 votes
1st St. and Francis St., St. Joseph, MO 64505 MoreLess Info
The Riverfront Park has 3 miles-long trail running along the river and picnic areas. It is the place where there are annual displays of fireworks.
57% 21 votes
101 Spring Street, Excelsior Springs, MO 64024 MoreLess Info
A dinner theater, the Paradise Playhouse stages a variety of shows throughout the season, including popular hits. People can buy single tickets or a Flex Pack, which includes 10 tickets that can be used at any of the season's performances.
96% 1385 votes
400 Grand Blvd, Kansas City, MO 64106 MoreLess Info
Kansas City, Missouri is home to The Steamboat Arabia Museum. Formerly a working steamboat that travelled the Mississippi River, the Arabia is now permanently docked and full of fascinating items related to its history. It also has a gift boutique.
94% 690 votes
1616 E 18th St, Kansas City, MO 64108 MoreLess Info
Kansas City's Negro Leagues Baseball Museum honors the contributions to baseball made by the members of the Negro Leagues. The museum also addresses the intersection of athletics, racism and civil rights.
100% 37 votes
3440 S. Lee's Summit Road, Independence, MO 64055 MoreLess Info
Part of the Mid-Continent Public Library system, the Midwest Genealogy Center houses nearly 750,000 resources related to family history. All of the resources are free to use at this 52,000 square foot facility.