Arrowhead Stadium is Among The Top Venues To See During Your Visit To Kansas City
For sports fans coming to the state of Missouri, there is no experience like a Kansas City Chiefs home game at Arrowhead Stadium.
Since the arrival of Patrick Mahomes, the Chiefs have been the class of the NFL: Five straight AFC Championship berths (all played at home), three big game appearances and two Super Bowl championships.
8 Amazing Places To Check Out During Your Visit to Kansas City
The Chiefs are coming off their second Super Bowl victory in four seasons, having defeated Jalen Hurts’ Philadelphia Eagles 38-35 in the big game. Up next, they’ll try to become the first team to repeat as Super Bowl champions since the 2003 and ‘04 New England Patriots.
Mahomes and the Chiefs are the betting favorites to win Super Bowl 58 at multiple sports betting sites, including the Caesars Sportsbook Kansas app (+575). Caesars Kansas is offering new customers a first wager refund of up to $1,250.
Kansas City will open up the 2023 season at home on Sept. 7, with the opponent to be announced. Perhaps the Eagles, who are on Kansas City’s slate of 2023 opponents, will be the Week 1 challenger.
The Chiefs’ 2023 season may not begin until September, but sports fans visiting Kansas City don’t need to worry. The Kansas City Royals of Major League Baseball are starting up very soon.
The Royals play their home games at Kauffman Stadium, a very short walk away from Arrowhead Stadium. Kansas City, looking to end an eight-year playoff drought, will open up their 2023 season against the AL Central rival Minnesota Twins. The first of a three-game set will take place on Mar. 30.
National World War I Museum and Memorial
The National World War I Museum and Memorial, having opened in 1926, is nearing its 100-year anniversary.
This museum provides visitors with an in-depth look at the American soldiers who served in World War I. There are plenty of educational exhibits to help patrons get the best possible understanding of the brave Americans who sacrificed everything for the country’s freedom.
The museum is open Tuesdays to Sundays.
The River Market in Kansas City is one of the great tourist attractions of Missouri. This is a beautiful location near the Missouri River.
Here, you’ll find a great selection of restaurants and eateries. The farmer’s market is another popular social event in the area, and it runs every Saturday and Sunday of the year. You’ll find a variety of fresh foods for sale as well, including fruits, vegetables and seafood.
Boulevard Brewing Company
If you enjoy a good beer and want to learn more about the history of Kansas City’s beer industry, you’ll want to prioritize a visit to the Boulevard Brewing Company.
The brewery, which opened in 1989, is among the largest breweries in the American midwest. Tours are about an hour long, and they offer drink samples to patrons.
And if you want a place to socialize, the Beer Hall at the brewery is a friendly and relaxing atmosphere to bring your friends and family.
Kansas City Union Station
Union stations are popular tourist attractions in major cities across the world, and it’s no different for Kansas City.
The Kansas City Union Station opened in 1914 and is on the list of the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. You’ll simply be taken away by the breathtaking architecture while walking through the station.
And if you’re looking to take a day trip to St. Louis, you can take a ride on the “Missouri River Runner” that will take you from Kansas City to Mound City.
Children’s Mercy Park
Children’s Mercy Park is the home of the men’s Major League Soccer club, Sporting Kansas City as well as the women’s Kansas City Current club of the National Women’s Soccer League.
Aside from serving as the home venue of the two soccer clubs, Children’s Mercy Park hosts plenty of concerts. The field is a popular venue for the men’s and women’s national soccer teams — for tournaments and friendly matches.
The Money Museum is part of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. Here, you can get a detailed experience and look at the operations of the Federal Reserve Bank.
This is the perfect family event to do during a day out in Kansas. The museum houses a coin collection that belonged to Harry S. Truman, the 33rd president of the United States.
The Money Museum holds exhibits which give you details on the history of banks, inflation and finances across the country — particularly in the midwest. Another must-see place for history lovers.