in Kansas City, KS (showing 1 - 5 out of 5)

Plan for something nice during your next vacation, or maybe next time someone comes for a visit. Surprise your guests – or your traveling buddies – with professional tours of the area. Get to know the latest and greatest venues or historical spots, or maybe get a specialized tour and hit the best areas in the city.

Check out our list below to see everything that’s available in the area. Find their name, address, phone number, website and driving directions – and start your next adventure!

Boulevard Brewery Tour

2501 SW Blvd
Kansas City, MO 64108   Directions

(816) 474-7095


Enjoy a tour and a toast at the Boulevard Brewery, the Midwest’s home for brews, ales and lagers since 1989. The Boulevard Brewery Tour takes guests through the brewing processes in this locally owned and operated business. Sample some of the best selections after your tour is complete, all for free!

Harley Davidson Factory Tour

11401 N Congress Ave
Kansas City, MO 64153   Directions

(877) 883-1450


Be awed by the technological marvels at the Harley Davidson Factory Tour. Whether you are a diehard biker or are just interested in this American Classic, you will be impressed when you step into the 358,000-square-foot Harley-Davidson Vehicle and Powertrain Operations. Educated guides will walk you through the various manufacturing and assembly processes as well as a showroom of current production motorcycles.

Legendary Rhythm & Blues Cruise

313 Lawrence St
Kansas City, MO 64111   Directions

(816) 753-7979


Set sail on a Legendary Rhythm & Blues Cruise to explore the waters of the Caribbean or West Coast. This privately chartered boat is prepared to take you on a weeklong whirlwind adventure filled with the largest blues bands on land or sea. Party hard or just relax and enjoy the music and lovely weather.

Segway Bike & Stroll

4245 Walnut St
Kansas City, MO 64111   Directions

(816) 474-1960


The Edge of Hell

1300 W 12th St
Kansas City, MO 64101   Directions

(816) 842-4280


Founded in 1975, The Edge of Hell began as KC's oldest and best-haunted house and has evolved into the national model for celebrating the entertainment value of confronting fear.