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Jul 30

Great Places to Celebrate Birthdays in the KC Metro

Do you have a birthday coming up?  If you do, and you’re looking for something to do in Kansas City, here are a few great ideas.

Take the night off and spend it with your spouse, best friend, or even your kids, at one of the fine hotels in the city.  You can find some downtown that are especially nice, such as the different hotels around the Crown Center.  These hotels have some very luxurious rooms that offer a great view of downtown KC.  Plus they are close to many great shops and entertainment venues.

Go see a sporting event, such as a Kansas City Royals game.

The Crossroads Arts District has a lot of interesting things to see and do, and it can make for a unique birthday outing.

KC always has a concert or theater event going on.  Check various theater and venue schedules to see what’s going on for your birthday.

If you want to have a nice family dinner out for your special day, KC has many different restaurants.  Barbeque, steaks, seafood, home cooking, Italian, Mexican…if it’s a type of food, KC has a restaurant that specializes in it!

Bars and clubs like Angel’s Rock Bar and the Blue Room offer music, dancing, and more.  These are great places for birthday parties for the above 21 crowd who want to get out and have some fun.

If you want to explore history for your birthday, there are many museums in Kansas City that fit the bill.  The American Jazz Museum, for example, is certainly interesting, as is the American Royal Museum and the Arabia Steamboat Museum.  They offer something different.

Love chocolate?  Treat yourself to a birthday tour of Chip’s Chocolate Factory!

Don’t forget to treat yourself to some lovely birthday flowers in Kansas City, MO, as well!

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