Welcome to Kansas City, Kansas!
The history of Kansas City is a tale of two cities; Kansas City, KS and Kansas City, MO. Divided by the Missouri river, each holds its own unique character and story. Together the two cities and a dozen others make up the greater Kansas City metropolitan area.
Tourism in Kansas City, KS began thriving in 2001 with the completion of Kansas Speedway and continued with the 400-acre tourist development, Village West.Kansas City, KS now welcomes more than 10 million visitors each year.
Known as a mecca for sports and shopping, Kansas City, KS is also home to a plethora of affordable family-fun experiences. Here you’ll find a true melting pot of history and culture through our museums and monuments telling the stories of our past.
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10 CAN’T MISS EXPERIENCES FROM THE MAYOR
A CITY OF MURALS
For visitor, group tour and
convention information, contact:
Visit Kansas City Kansas
P.O. Box 171517
Kansas City, KS 66117
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On the cover: Lisa PeÑa,
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