2016 Law Seminar

Desination Kansas City

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One of the largest cities in the U.S, Kansas City has some the best tourist attractions. Some of the tourist attractions include the Amigoni winery, or the starlight theatre and the Kansas City zoo.
Experience what Kansas City has to offer by choosing one or more of the attractions below.

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Come out and enjoy the Nelson-Atkins Museum of art, they have more than 35,000 works of art and welcome over 500,000 visitors a year. The Nelson-Atkins Museum offers free admission every day.

Amigoni Urban Winery
Established in 2000, The Amigoni winery has thousands of varieties of wines for you to choose from. They have private tastings, group tours and also blending classes. Enjoy some wine on tap and enjoy the scenic views of Kansas City, Missouri.

Kansas City Zoo
Come and see what the Kansas City zoo has to offer, they have many different types of animals from elephants to flamingos. They have six different trails filled with beautiful exotic animals.

Starlight Theatre
If you’re looking to relax and watch your favorite artist or Broadway show, then the Starlight Theatre is the place to go. They have Broadway shows and concerts almost every day of the week so stop by and enjoy a live performance.

Segway & Bike Tours
Experience the tour of a lifetime on a Segway or a bike, you’ll learn about Kansas City and its history.

Jaegers Paintball
The world’s first underground paintball arena, they have 6 unique underground indoor recreational fields and 4 outdoor fields. They’re stocked up with all the equipment you’ll ever need.

Loose Park
Enjoy a beautiful scenic walk through the park at Kansas City’s Loose Park. They have a beautiful pond and an extraordinary rose garden that has over 1,200 new roses.

Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art
Opened since October 2nd 1994, The Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art is one of the most unique museums in Kansas City, Missouri. The Kemper Museum rotates its collection on a regular basis which allows visitors to discover new works throughout the year. They present 10-12 different exhibitions every year.

The National WWI Museum and Memorial
The National World War I Museum and Memorial is America’s only museum dedicated to sharing the stories of the Great War through the eyes of those who lived it.  Interactive displays, thought-provoking films and eyewitness testimonies help guide visitors through one of the largest collections of WWI artifacts in the world.

The Arabia Steamboat Museum
The Arabia Steamboat Museum is a time capsule of life on the American frontier in the mid-nineteenth century.  Visitors have the one-of-a-kind opportunity to experience the everyday objects that made life possible for pioneers in the 1800s.  It is the largest single collection of pre-Civil War artifacts in the world.

The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum
Founded in 1990, the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum is dedicated to preserving the storied history of African-American Baseball.  Experience a tour of multi-media displays, photographs, and artifacts dating from the late 1800s through the 1960s.

Boulevard Brewing Company
Founded in 1989, Boulevard Brewing Company has grown to become the largest specialty brewer in the Midwest. Their mission is simple: to produce fresh, flavorful beers using the finest traditional ingredients and the best of both old and new brewing techniques. Boulevard offers a 60-minute walking tour of their production facility, where you will learn about the company’s history, brewing process, and philosophy. The tour culminates with a sampling of a variety of their products.

The College Basketball Experience
The history of the collegiate game, brought to life and at your fingertips.  Nearly every facet of the game has an activity station where visitors can see how their skills measure up.
The vision for The College Basketball Experience and National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame in Kansas City sprung from the idea that college basketball needed a full-time national, iconic home where the game could be celebrated.

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