This summer in Kansas City, local Kansas City movers can confirm that there are so many free things to do with friends and family around the area. If you are at a loss as to where to begin, or you are on a budget, then check out the following suggestions. All My Sons Moving & Storage wishes you the best summer experiences in Kansas City. Try out these entertaining activities this summer that won’t break the bank.
• Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art: This museum offers a multitude of activities for people of all ages to enjoy. For example, there are special tours of the museum to explore the artwork, and there are also classes you can participate in. There are art classes for children, adolescents, and adults. There is even a workshop for girl scouts to learn about nature and survival in the wild.
• Crown Center: Every Friday night, this center offers a free movie on a big screen outside. It is located on the Crown Center Square, across from the shops. The film begins every week at 9 p.m., and there are food trucks available so that you can also dine on some savory treats while watching the movie.
• Deanna Rose Children’s Farmstead: Admission is a minimal $2 per person, and it appeals to children of all ages, making it the perfect place to go with the family after moving to Kansas City. This farmland includes twelve acres of open pasture, containing free-range farm animals, splendid gardens, a country schoolhouse, a fishing pond, horse-drawn wagon rides, and pony rides.
• Kaleidoscope: As far as free things to do in the city go, this may be one of the most unique activities that Kansas City offers. Kaleidoscope is in Crown Center, and it is a chance for children to explore their artistic sides and create artwork from recycled Hallmark materials.