Make your holiday weekend one of the best of summer! If you’re spending Memorial Day in Kansas City you won’t want to miss out on these exciting events and attractions in Kansas City, KS. 

Cabela's kids fishing

Go Outdoor Days Kids Weekend at Cabela’s (May 25-26)

Bring your family to Cabela’s for this kid-friendly weekend! Bait and rods will be available so kids can catch a big one at the fishing pond. A hands-on camping workshop will to teach your young ones all about outdoor safety and camping trips. Crafting and free photos will be available all afternoon as well! Along with this weekend event you can also explore Cabela’s giant freshwater aquarium, archery, mule deer museum and so much more. 

Sporting August

Sporting Kansas City Vs. Seattle Sounders FC (May 26)

Why is Kansas City known as the Soccer Capital of America? If you don’t already know, it’s time you find out. See Sporting Kansas City bring fans to their feet inside their home at Children’s Mercy Park. From tasty game day eats to the constant chanting of the KC Cauldron, the atmosphere of a Sporting KC match is a delight for your entire crew.

T-bones baseball

Kansas City T-Bones vs. Fargo Moorhead Redhawks (May 27)

Begin the break from school with a family summertime classic. The Kansas City T-Bones are  back for their 2019 season! Catch the 2018 American Association Champions at T-Bones Stadium when they take on the Fargo Moorhead Redhawks. Enjoy free parking and tailgating, budget-friendly tickets and food and tons of kids and between-inning activities.

Korean Vietnam War Memorial

War Memorials in Kansas City, KS

Scattered throughout Kansas City, KS you’ll find art, sculptures, museum artifacts and more honoring those who have served in the military. Pack a picnic and head to Wyandotte County Lake to see the Korean-Vietnam War Memorial. These bronze marble statues are the nation's first dual-war memorial.The World War II Bomber Builders Memorial honors employees who built 6,608 B-25 bombers in the Kansas City, KS Fairfax district during World War II. The memorial sits just outside the Wyandotte County Historical Museum, a museum dedicated to sharing and preserving the history of Kansas City, KS.

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