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The largest city in Missouri, Kansas City is in the northwestern section of Missouri, right on the border of Kansas. There, you can find its sister city, Kansas City, Kansas. With a population of almost 500,000, it is also the 38th most populated city in the United States. The city was established back in the 1700s when European Etienne de Veniard settled nearby. However, the city would not become official until 1853 when it was named after the nearby Kansas River.
Kansas City has over 240 individual neighborhoods, more than a dozen universities and colleges, and 221 parks. The parks include over two dozen lakes and almost 160 miles of trails to explore and enjoy. These trails hold 122 monuments and 48 fountains along with other sculptures, gardens, and attractions. If you want to play some golf, there are five public golf courses to choose from as well.
If you want to learn more about the city, take a tour of one of the many museums, see the Kansas City Zoo, or visit some art galleries and theaters in town. Some of the main attractions include Oceans of Fun water park, Worlds of Fun amusement park, and a plethora of jazz clubs and other musical entertainment. You can even visit one of the fabulous beaches in the city, but don’t forget the sunscreen.
As frequent travelers, we at Bounce understand what a hassle it can be to have to lug your bags around with you everywhere. That’s why we created Bounce, the luggage storage company with locations all across the world. All of our partners are insured and vetted so you can feel safe leaving your belongings in their hands. And for those who live in Kansas City, you can use our services as well. Anytime you need to store your stuff, just head to one of our Bounce locations and leave your bag burdens behind.
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It doesn’t matter if you are in town for a visit or for business, you can stand to have a little fun while you are in the area. There is so much to see and do, it would be a shame not to get out and see some things. Just download our Bounce app and find the nearest partner to drop your bags. Then go enjoy the city and all it has to offer.
Kansas City has over 50 museums, memorials, and historical sites to visit. Make sure you make an itinerary, so you know where you want to go. From the historic Kansas City Museum to the unique Museum of Illusions, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
National Frontier Trails Museum: As the only museum in the United States dedicated to the history of the Western Trails, this place has a lot of information to absorb. Be sure to bring your camera because there are real covered wagons, artifacts found along the trails, and over 2,500 original journals of trail accounts.
Money Museum: Do you like money? Go to the Money Museum over at Crown Center on Memorial Drive. You can pick up a gold bar worth $400 thousand and see a 450-piece collection of coins from the Harry S. Truman Library. Enjoy a guided tour or explore on your own. Then you can go next door and see the Liberty Memorial.
Arabia Steamboat Museum: Like a time capsule from the 1800s, the Arabia Steamboat Museum has all of the cargo from the ship that sank when it hit a tree snag in 1856 on the Missouri River. The ship was full of over 200 tons of supplies for the pioneer settlements and stores, so there are thousands of artifacts to see. You can find it on Grand Boulevard just a few blocks from the river.
Be sure to drop your luggage off with one of our Bounce partners because you will need both hands to carry all your purchases. Shopping is a popular activity in Kansas City, and you will find malls, shops, and department stores to peruse.
Malls: Country Club Plaza on Broadway is a 15-block section of stores and diners with more than 150 shops and eateries such as The Gap, Bath & Body Works, Shake Shack, and the Kona Grill. Fountains and sculptures are also dotted around the plaza, making for a delightful walk around. Other malls include Crown Center on Grand Boulevard, Midway Shopping Center on State Avenue, and Westport Mall on Westport Road.
Antiques: For antique lovers, there are a group of antique stores along West 13th and Hickory Streets, including Bottoms Up Antique Market, the Red Shed, Nook and Cranny, Rustic Vintage Rose, Stuffology, and Good JuJu. For a more unique collection, visit the Weird Stuff Antique Store on West 9th Street. You can get a giant carrot, a snakeskin radio, and more.
Souvenirs: Looking for souvenirs? If you want something made locally, go to Made in KC Flagship Store on East 18th Street. They have everything from t-shirts to face masks. Another shop called the Best of Kansas City on West Pershing Road has gift baskets, books, clothing, and more. And head over to the Little Shop Next Door on State Line Road for some cute and unique KC items.
You probably already know that Kansas City is famous for its BBQ, but did you know they also have some of the best seafood in the Midwest? They are pretty good at sushi, Indian food, and Asian cuisine as well. And if you want pizza, burgers, or tacos, you’ll find that too.
Barbecue Joints: Jack Stack Barbecue on Holmes Road is famous for its ribs, and their barbecue sauce is a favorite for many locals. For the best brisket and macaroni and cheese, head to Q39 Midtown on West 39th Street. And BB’s Lawnside Bar-b-que on East 85th Street has awesome pulled pork, beans, and ribs.
Fine Dining: Gordon Ramsay’s is famous for its television show but also for its beef wellington and sticky toffee pudding. You can find this amazing establishment at Harrah’s Casino on Riverboat Drive. If you would rather have some lobster, shrimp, oysters, or any other seafood, head to Eddie V’s Prime Seafood on West 47th Street. Bluestem in Westport Mall has won numerous awards for the Best Chef in the Midwest, so you have to go there and try anything on the menu.
Dessert Food: For some of the fanciest and tastiest artisanal chocolate in the world, stop in at Christopher Elbow Artisanal Chocolates on McGee Street. The chocolates are so beautiful you may not want to eat them. If you are looking for ice cream, Betty Rae’s on Wornall Road is well-known for delicious and unique flavors. But if you want a cupcake, try Cupcake A La Mode just down the street on Wornall.
How much does luggage storage cost in Kansas City?
The price for luggage storage in Kansas City is just $5.90/bag for the entire day.
Is it safe to store your bags in Kansas City?
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $5,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Kansas City.
Are there storage lockers in Kansas City?
Yes. There are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in Kansas City. Bounce has multiple locations throughout Kansas City where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $5,000 Bounce Gurantee.
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