KC Visitor Guide Round-up!
Planning a trip to the Kansas City area can feel both exciting and overwhelming during these uncertain times. Don’t stress, we’re here to help! Travel guides are the perfect resource when planning a vacation. Guides usually include the latest attractions, things to do, recommendations on where to eat, places to see and more. These guides also often include maps, itineraries, coupons and visitor tips. Many of these are viewable online if you do not want to wait for a hard copy to arrive. Best of all, they’re free! So whether you are looking for a mental escape, inspiration, or in the planning phases of your KC getaway - start with this list of visitor guides from the following Kansas City destinations.
Kansas City, KS: While the world is social distancing, it’s important to find ways to escape and keep boredom and isolation at bay. With plenty of hiking and biking trails, to parks and lakes, Kansas City, KS has plenty of space for fun and entertaining things to do for you and your family. Start planning your mini-escape by requesting a free guide here!
Merriam, KS: Next door neighbor to Kansas City, the Merriam Visitors Bureau publishes an annual visitors guide packed full of great content. From historic sites to delicious bites, the guide is the perfect resource to accompany your visit to Merriam. Explore the Merriam Visitors guide online here or request a printed copy by mail at 913.403.8999.
Leavenworth, KS: The Leavenworth Convention & Visitors Bureau invites you to explore our historical attractions, shop in our historic riverfront districts, and dine in our distinctive restaurants. We are home to a 28-block historic downtown shopping district filled with family-owned and many veteran-owned small businesses for your shopping pleasure. We know you’ll be delighted with our friendly hometown hospitality and all that our city has to offer. See you soon! Click here to view the online guide.
Lansing, KS: Located in Northeast Kansas, Lansing hosts several celebrations and events through the year. View the Lansing, Kansas Visitors’ & Relocation Guide here.
Olathe, KS: Olathe has plenty of space for outdoor dining, hiking, lakes, and outdoor attractions. Whether you want to explore the history of the Santa Fe Trail, try a famous burger from Wahlburgers, or kayak on Lake Olathe, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Find inspiration for your trip, explore our online guide or request a mailed copy here.
Shawnee, KS: The Shawnee Magazine is published twice annually and the Spring/Summer edition always serves as the Visitor’s Guide edition! You can pick it up at Shawnee City Hall, any Shawnee hotel, or the Shawnee Chamber offices. The Visitor's Guide edition traditionally features all the latest and greatest things to do, eat and drink in Shawnee for the year.
Clay County, MO: Come stay and play in Clay County, Missouri! Explore Excelsior Springs, Gladstone, Kansas City, Kearney, Liberty, North Kansas City, and Smithville to see what exciting opportunities each city has to offer. From outdoor adventures to historic destinations and family fun to entertainment and attractions. Learn more by viewing Visit Clay’s 2020 Visitors Guide online or email firstname.lastname@example.org and request to have a guide mailed to you today!
Gardner, KS: Gardner is your Southwestern gateway community to the Kansas City Metro. Learn more about why it’s one of the three fastest growing communities in Kansas here!
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