We will move on now to The
Liberty Memorial and Monument.
Dedicated in November 1926, it is
a memorail to the solider's who died
in World War I. The National World
War I Museum is located here.
This is the monument and the museum
is located down under the monument.
One can also go to the top and see the
views of the city. For those who are
history buffs this is a "must see"
place to visit!
attractions in the city. LEGOLAND!
Nuff said--it is located in the Crown
Center complex. Fun for all ages.
One of the more interesting
facades is the downtown
library garage. A block long
the "Community Bookshelf"
is 22 9 meter high bookspines.
Local residents chose the titles
for the bookspines. Local
author--Mark Twain. For
more information Google-
Downtown KC Library or
Our last stop for now is: the 75
acre Loose Park. It is the 3rd
largest park in KC and known
locally as the site of The Battle
of Westport. Ranked 23 of 74
attractions in KC, it is most
famous for it's beautiful rose
garden. There are more than
4,000 roses of nearly 150
varieties in this 1.5 acre garden.
The park is also a highly coveted
place to have one's wedding--
these book up months in advance!!!
I'm happy to say that my bridal photos
were taken here. This is another popular
thing to do in the park. It IS a beautiful
place! For more information Google-
Loose Park. That's it for now.
Hope you are enjoying the tour!
~Keep on Dreaming~