Kansas City information

Kansas City has often been described as a well-kept secret. It's a great place to live, and those who come to our city for residency training often stay on to practice or for fellowships. The area offers excellent housing options with a low cost of living, as well as a wealth of entertainment and cultural opportunities that may surprise visitors who are new to the city. In addition, the city offers a diverse patient population including African-American, Hispanic and Asian communities. Should you choose to visit us for an interview, we hope your travel plans will allow enough time for you to explore the city's downtown entertainment district and the residential neighborhoods near the medical center.

Family fun
The Kansas City Zoo
Worlds of Fun
Schlitterbahn Waterpark
Union Station
Science City
Deanna Rose Children's Farmstead
Snow Creek Skiing
The American Royal
Legoland Discovery Center
Sea Life Aquarium
Hallmark's Kaleidoscope

Arts, museums and entertainment
Kauffman Center of the Performing Arts
National World War I Museum
Boulevard Brewing Company
Negro Leagues Baseball Museum
Truman Library
Toy and Miniature Museum
Haunted Houses
Kansas City Ballet
American Jazz Museum
Kansas City Starlight Theatre
Theatre in the Park
Sprint Center
Power and Light District
Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
College Basketball Experience
18th and Vine Jazz District
Harley-Davidson Vehicle and Powertrain Operations 

Country Club Plaza
Independence Mall
Briar Cliff Village
Crown Center
Legends Outlets Kansas City
Zona Rosa
Town Center Plaza
Oak Park Mall
City Market 

Kansas City Royals
Kansas City Chiefs
Sporting KC
T Bones Baseball
Kansas City Command Arena Football
Kansas Speedway
Kansas City Stars Hockey 

Last modified: Apr 05, 2013