Among Kansas City’s more than 240 neighborhoods, you’ll find areas that feel like their own mini-cities—each unique with its own history, charm and attractions.

18th & Vine

Follow the downtown beat to Kansas City’s historic jazz district, where barbecue, baseball and blues meld together for one sweet melody.

Around the Metro

From the penguins at the KC Zoo to the Truman Library and Museum, you'll find plenty to do in all corners of Kansas City.


Don’t be fooled by its low-key vibe: Exuberant parades and one-of-a-kind festivals color this charming, historic neighborhood built in the 1920s.

Country Club Plaza

Visit the official site for Kansas City tourism and conventions. Discover a world of vibrant arts, delicious dining and Midwest hospitality at its finest.

Crossroads Arts District

The neighborhood that arts built: Once-vacant warehouses are now home to galleries, restaurants and more.

Crown Center District

Stay and play in this Downtown area where family fun reigns supreme.

East Bottoms

Named for its position against the confluence of two rivers, this emerging neighborhood boasts local institutions young and old, and a history unlike any other. 

Independence, MO

If you’re familiar with Independence, it’s likely thanks to Harry S. Truman, America’s 33rd President and one of the city’s most celebrated residents. In the charming heart of Independence, you can explore Truman’s legacy and other local history in a place where past meets present.

Kansas City Power & Light District

This downtown hub generates buzz with citywide watch parties, huge concerts and terrific food.

Kansas City, Kansas

Everyday hangs and weekend getaways are paramount in KCK—a family-friendly hub that combines a burgeoning culinary scene and cultural melting pot with high-energy sports and outdoor adventures.