As Missouri’s largest city, you can be sure that there’s tons of great Instagrammable places in Kansas City. After you’re done chowing down on their world-famous BBQ, fill up your Instagram with pictures from some of these sites.
Here are the seven most Instagrammable places in Kansas City.
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Swing by the Sculpture Park across the street from The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art for some life-size shuttlecocks. More commonly known as the thing you hit when you play Badminton, there are numerous shuttlecocks scattered around the park.
Come check out these random yet nifty shuttlecocks here in Kansas City.
The National World War I Museum and Memorial houses a collection of artefacts from the First World War. It is also a beautiful place to take some gorgeous pictures for your Instagram.
Head up to the top of the Liberty Memorial Tower for some epic views of Kansas City that is very Insta-worthy.
The sight of the Community Bookshelf really stands out when you see it in downtown Kansas City. These life-size books, measured at 25 feet tall by 9 feet wide, are real-life book titles of some of Kansas City’s favourite reading materials.
Definitely come check out this amazing and grand bookshelf in Kansas City.
The City (River) Market has a very relaxing and cool atmosphere and with so many different vendors around, it makes for a lively atmosphere. There are also many great picture-taking spots here including at some of the cafes and flower shops here.
Wander around this lovely market and snap some fabulous pictures for your Instagram here.
Union Station Kansas City is a historical structure that is over 100 years old. Home to three massive chandeliers, a science centre, a planetarium, and frequently changing exhibitions, there are numerous shots you can take at this massive station.
Some of the best shots for your Instagram just might be of the exterior of this building or in the science centre inside.
Independence Temple is definitely one of the more unique looking temples you’ll find around. With its spiral top, this building looks like it belongs more in a futuristic story than in Kansas City!
No need to go inside this temple as the perfect shot of this temple is right outside for you.
An interesting and quirky museum is Kansas City’s National Museum of Toys & Miniatures. In this museum, you’ll see the world’s largest collection of miniature figures and toys from everywhere around the world.
They have a number of miniature rooms in this museum that when you take a picture, looks like a regular-size room. Were you able to tell that the photo here is a miniature room?