As the air turns crisp and our days of bright sunshine become shorter and shorter, it’s easy to want to put on our sweatpants and binge watch something on our streaming devices until spring thaw. Before you select your new eight season dramedy, here’s how you can still get out while keeping the fun indoors in Kansas City, KS! 

Third Space Coffee

Curling up in a coffee shop is one Third Spaceof the ultimate perks (pun intended) when the weather cools down.  Third Space Coffee in the blooming downtown Bonner Springs, KS provides all the coziness of home (fireplace included) while serving up hot breakfast, craft coffee and delicious seasonal beverages like the Cinnamon Roll Latte. Don’t forget to check off your KC Coffee Trip passport while you’re at it!

Exit Games KC

Thrills and adventure are brought big time at Exit Games KC. Beat the buzzer and escape just in time as you hunt for clues that lead to riddles, puzzles and more mystery. Gather your friends and choose between three equally intriguing themes – Betrayal, The Exam, and Captive – the newest room added earlier this year.  

Dave & BustersDave & Buster’s Kansas City

Cold-weather blues don’t stand a chance at this arcade-restaurant-sports bar hybrid. The seemingly endless amounts of state-of-the-art games in the Million Dollar Midway provide for hours of fun. Innovative drinks, mouth-watering wings and massive HDTVs with stadium sound make Dave & Buster’s the perfect spot to meet up with friends and cheer on your favorite team.

Kansas City, KS Museums

Home to a plethora of fascinating stories, WYCO Museumyou could easily spend a long weekend exploring all of the museums throughout Kansas City, KS. But if you’ve got just an afternoon to spare you can pick about any area of the city and find one or two nearby that will give you a peak into our past. Whether you’d like to go specific and learn about the lives of the Annie and Moses Grinter, whose home-turned-museum is known to be one of the oldest farmhouses in Kansas, or something more all-encompassing like Wyandotte County Museum, you’ll find Kansas City, KS lives up to the phrase “more than meets the eye.”                            

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