With around 216,000 disabled people in Kansas City, it is surprising to find activities that aren’t completely inclusive. Here are 3 that are great!
Taking the family on a golf trip presents a great opportunity to get everyone interested in golf – or at least get you time on the course!
About Us Pogo Pass gives a limited number of visits (typically 1-2 per year per venue) to pass holders, who can attend UMKC Roos home games, Wonderscope children’s Museum, Olathe […]
About Us Through the inspiration of Horace M. Peterson III (1945-1992), founder of the Black Archives of Mid-America, a group of local historians, business leaders, and former baseball players came […]
About Us Paradise Park, Kansas City’s Premier Family Destination, has something for the whole family to enjoy. In our fun-filled building, you will find the Children’s Edutainment Center (CEdC), a […]
About the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Susan G. Komen for the Cure® Greater Kansas City began with a Race for the Cure® event in 1994 organized by three […]
About Us General Admission Includes these Park Highlights: Charlotte’s Web Great Pumpkin Slide Pete’s Dragon Jumping Pillow Petting Zoo John Deere Tricycle Track Spook-tacular Haunted Barn Hay Loft and Horse […]
About Us The Beast Haunted House Established in 1991, The Beast is known throughout the industry for it’s elaborate scenes and attention to detail. The Beast pioneered the “open format,” […]
About Us The Kansas City Renaissance Festival, a Kansas City fall tradition for over three decades, celebrates 40 years of huzzah and cheers! Just north of I-70 and K-7 highways. […]
About Us The Mid-Continent Public Library consists of 30 branches serving Clay, Jackson, and Platte Counties in western Missouri. It was established in 1965 and is now one of the […]