Rainy Day Activities Your Kids Can Enjoy In Kansas City
November 29, 2012
After the stress that surrounds your move has passed and your Kansas City movers have dropped off the majority of your belongings, finding ways to get active with your kids is a wonderful way to get to know your new community. Over the course of winter, you’ll inevitably have to deal with your fair share of cold rainy days, so you may be looking for engaging ways to spend those days with your kids. Consider these fun ideas that are right in your backyard.
LEGOLAND Discovery Center, Kansas City
As one of the premier family-friendly attractions in Kansas City, the LEGOLAND Discovery Center has a little something for everyone, reports VisitKC.com. The center features a replica of landmark buildings in Kansas City made with LEGO bricks, as well as play areas, LEGO building classes and rides.
SEA LIFE Aquarium KC
With over 5,000 sea creatures and an amazing journey through habitats from the Missouri River to the Caribbean Sea to the Atlantic Ocean, the SEA LIFE Aquarium KC is a great idea for families year-round. Be sure to check out the huge underwater tunnel that sits underneath a large tropical ocean tank.
Nelson-Atkins Museum Of Art
If you’re looking for something a bit more educational during your rainy day excursion, the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art offers a variety of intriguing exhibits from all over the world, reports KansasCity.com. Admission is always free and could be an intellectually stimulating way to spend the day with your loved ones.