Shuttlecocks, 1994, Claes Oldenburg, on the lawn of the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Ewing and Muriel Kauffman Memorial Garden
A sculpture of a Sioux Indian surveying the landscape. Created by Cyrus E. Dallin in 1910. It was dedicated in 1922 as a permanent memorial to local Indian tribes. It is located east Penn Valley Park.
Plaza Art Fair
The 85th Annual Plaza Art Fair in the Country Club Plaza
The KC Streetcar connect the City Market, Downtown, and Union Station
National World War I Memorial
Memorial to service men and women who served in World War I
KC Union Station
Kansas City Union Station is a union station opened in 1914.
The Neptune Fountain in the Country Club Plaza originally came from the Bromsgrove Guild, Worcestershire, England in 1911. It was installed in its current location in the 1950's.
Penn Valley Park
Kauffman Stadium "The K" is the home of the Kansas City Royals baseball team
Vegetable stand at the historic City Market.
Crying Giant, 2002, by Tom Otterness is on the grounds of the Kemper Museum
The Bass Pro Shop
The main show room of the Bass Pro Shop in Independence, Missouri. The chain is known for its large, wilderness-themed stores & wide array of hunting, fishing & outdoor gear
Henry Spencer Moore, English (1898-1986). Sheep Piece, 1971-72. Bronze, 13 feet x 19 feet x 13 feet at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Western Auto Building
The twelve-story building was built for the Coca-Cola Company in 1914. It later became the headquarters of the Western Auto Supply Company. Currently it is a loft condominium.
Christopher S. Bond Bridge
The bridge spans over the Missouri River connecting Kansas City North with Kansas City.
Powell Gardens outside of Kansas City recently concluded a special exhibit of life-like dinosaurs. These were loaded on a trailer ready to be hauled away.
Waterlilies at Powell Gardens located outside Kansas City.
Kansas City Union Station and the city skyline as seen from Liberty Memorial.
On the Liberty Memorial Tower are four Guardian Spirits carved by Robert Aitken. As protectors of peace, each guardian holds a sword and is named for the virtue it represents: Honor, Courage, Patriotism and Sacrifice.
Liberty Memorial was designed in the early 1920s by H. Van Buren Magonigle in the style of Egyptian Revival architecture.
The entrance to KC City Market. Since 1857 the market has offered fresh fruits and vegetables, meats, flowers, and many other products.
Tickle the Ivories
"I'm going to Kansas City; Kansas City here I come
I'm going to Kansas City; Kansas City here I come
They got a crazy way of loving there and I'm gonna get me one"
Lots of pumpkins at the City Market.