Residents of the East Coast who are looking for a truly unique Midwestern experience should fly to Kansas City. In addition to the barbecues and jazz joints, Kansas City offers a large number of quality attractions to keep you busy and entertained. Start your journey west by taking the D.C. Metro to Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA), or simply drive your car and park at the airport. Your flight should last about two and a half hours when you fly from Washington, D.C., to Kansas City.
History buffs can check out the World War I Museum or the Museums at 18th & Vine, and art enthusiasts can explore the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. Other interesting activities include visiting the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, the American Jazz Museum, the Harley Davidson motorcycle factory and the Worlds of Fun amusement park. In the Power and Light District, you can enjoy shopping, fine dining and live music.
Kansas City International Airport (MCI) is located just 15 miles from downtown and accessible via Interstate 29. When you visit Kansas City, try to attend one its biggest events: the American Royal World Series of Barbecue. More than 500 teams compete in a barbecue contest that takes place in the old stockyards. Temperatures in Kansas City range from a low of 21 degrees in January to a high of 90 degrees in July.
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