With no real majority of ethnicity, Kansas City, KS is a true melting pot of culture, and has been since its beginning! There are many museums and historical sites throughout the city that cover its fascinating history and tell the stories of the different ethnic groups that have made it what it is today. But there are three museums in particular that provide an even deeper look into the past.
Posts from September 2016
- Do you live at Cider Hill Family Orchard?
Well I don't actually live at Cider Hill. My family brings me over whenever it isn't too busy. My favorite thing to do at the orchard is to chase the ducks in our ponds. I also love to follow families out in to the orchard while they pick apples!
Let me start off by saying, I wait all year long for Halloween. Very few things make me as giddy as the thought of cool, dark nights, creative costumes and the scares, oh the scares. I crave a good scare. Heights? Child’s play. Gory horror films? Bring it on! Clowns? Eh, I may sweat, but I can handle clowns. So when I heard 3rd Street Asylum, a haunted house in Bonner Springs, KS, was opening early for one night only, I knew I had to jump at the chance to get my Halloween fix.
With the trees covered in fiery hues and the air just crisp enough to need a light jacket, fall is arguably the most beautiful time to visit Kansas City, KS. What makes the city stand out this season is the array of fall activities that are inexpensive enough to include the whole family. So pack up your kiddos, grab your sweaters and lattes, and get ready to create some affordable fall memories that will last a lifetime.