Kansas City has many different places that offer free or cheap entertainment for people looking to conserve money. We have chosen five locations that can be peaceful, educational and fun.
- Science City at Union Station has the Arvin Gottlieb Planetarium at a low cost of $6 for adults and children. The Arvin Gottlieb Planetarium allows visitors to experience the devastating power of black holes, the beauty of Earth and the vastness of space in a real-time journey through the cosmos.
- The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art features stunning exhibitions at no cost to visitors. In addition to paintings, there is an assortment of impressive sculptures. Parking costs $8, so frugal art enthusiasts may have to park further away or take public transportation.
- History buffs can enjoy the National World War I Museum and Memorial for $14. On World War Wednesdays, admissions are $7. The museum hosts over 75,000 items soldiers used to fight in the trenches during this historical conflict.
- Residents of Kansas City who want learn how good coffee is made can visit The Roasterie, a local coffee-roasting company. Admissions are free, and visitors will get to learn about the roasting and blending process of making gourmet coffee.
- Theater in the Park hosts regular musicals and movie nights at an outdoor amphitheater in Shawnee Mission Park. Tickets for musicals can be purchased at $8 plus tax. Movie showings are $1 per person.
What Else Is There To Do In Kansas City At Little To No Cost?
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