Econo Lodge Airport
11300 N.W. Prairieview Rd.
Kansas City, MO 64153
Phone: (816) 464-5082
Fax: (816) 464-2816
Tribute to 1850s abolitionist.
Quindaro is an archaeological site and was an abolitionists settlement in 1856. It played a major role in the Underground Railroad. The railroad was a grid of secret routes and safe houses that were used by slaves to escape to free states. The ruins now are a reminder of the importance of freedom and racial harmony. Quindaro Underground Railroad Museum is nestled in the Vernon Multipurpose Center and offers you a glimpse of this forgotten town's history and its people through artifacts and documents.
You and your family will enjoy visiting this thriving farm. Kids can run and play in the fields and orchards. They can pet the sheep, ride the ponies and hop on the hayrides. Take a tour. Shop at the store. Have a party or a bonfire. Enjoy the Fall Festival, or just go to hang out.
220-yard-long mural showing history of Argentine area.
WWI soldiers tribute.
Built in 1893, this historic chapel features beautiful stained glass and gargoyles.
The Trinity Church believes in the Power of God and preaches the same to the people. Many educational programs are conducted by the church for adults as well as children. Bible services, prayer meetings, choirs and much more keep the church bustling with activities. You can also become a volunteer to help the church in the Sunday services. A multicultural church, Trinity United has the sole aim of serving the community and educating the people of God's power.
1/3-mile long, transportation-themed, adjacent Missouri River.
1888 Union Depot National Register.
Memorial of Wyandotte County. Nation's first dual memorial.
1,500 acres of wooded area, 400-acre lake.
Fine art school with exhibits.