Kansas City Virtual Tours and Rides

Kansas City Virtual Tours

There’s plenty to explore virtually from the comfort of your Kansas City apartment. View what this region of Missouri holds at these favorite attractions.

Johnson County Museum

The Johnson County Museum has recently added virtual content. View the interior of a 1954 All-Electric House. Make sure to take a video journey that reveals how Johnson County got its name. See photographs available through the museum’s partnership with the County Library or the Overland Park Historical Society.

Worlds of Fun

On the Worlds of Fun amusement park online platform, you won’t need to purchase a ticket, find a place to park or wait in long lines to virtually ride some of their amazing attractions. Taken from the point of view of riders, watch high-definition videos that are just as thrilling as the real thing.

The National World War I Museum and Memorial

For history and war buffs, The National World War I Museum and Memorial in Kansas City houses one of the largest collections of memorabilia from the Great War. Virtual exhibits to explore online include:

  • “The Rise of Giving: American Philanthropy and WWI,” this exhibit takes a look at how charitable organizations helped with the war effort.
  • “War Fare: From the Home Front to the Front Lines” examines the battle from both sides of this global conflict.
  • “The Poster: Visual Persuasion in WWI” showcases the power of propaganda.

Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art

There are many exhibitions to explore at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art via its collection of “virtual playdates” with artists. Delve into their creations, check out tutorials, and create your own artwork with visual guides. 

In addition to taking advantage of these virtual tours try these digital services available online.

When you’re in the market for an amazing place to call home in Kansas City, please contact us today. Feel free to explore the grounds, many amenities, and spacious floor plans we offer in our pet-friendly community with virtual tours available online. 

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