On our fourth day of summer break, we finally got a chance to visit Missouri Town 1855, a place we had been meaning to visit for quite a long time, but never were able to. Unlike the other activities I have told you about recently, this one is not free, but is reasonably priced at $5 for adults and $3 for children ages 5-13. Missouri Town demonstrates what a progressive farming community would have looked like around the year 1855. “Missouri Town 1855 is composed of more than 25 buildings dating from 1820 to 1860. This living history museum uses original structures, furnishings and equipment. Also depicting the 19th Century lifestyles are interpreters in period attire, authentic field and garden crops, and rare livestock breeds.”
After we left Missouri Town, we wanted to visit another place nearby called the Native Hooved Animal Enclosure, where you can apparently feed apples or pears to animals including buffalo, elk, and deer; however, the fence was locked so we could not go out to the overlook of the area. This was the most we were able to see:
This ends my series on fun locations to visit in Kansas City – I hope it was interesting!