Kansas City

Union Station

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30 West Pershing Road, Kansas City, MO 64108.

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based on 58 reviews

06/23/13
Charles S.
Great train station. Right up there with Union Station in LA. There are loads of activities for kids. The model train museum in the back of the station...

06/22/13
Scott M.
This review is one I am most excited to write. How does one review a piece of history such as Union Station? For me it was with a great deal of...

06/17/13
Tiffany N.
I really love the beauty of Union Station in Kansas City. The building itself is such a lovely place and then they've taken the initiative to fill it with...
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11/22/10
USA TODAY
The Fred Harvey Co. was headquartered in the downtown rail station. The Grand Hall, with a 95-foot ceiling and 3,500-pound chandeliers, has been beautifully restored.
11/18/09
Paul Rixon
Walk through the station and view the architecture. The clock hanging above the entrance to the main hall is famous in KC. This is where someone means when they say "Meet me under the clock."
03/04/11
US National Archives
At the height of World War I, 70,000 trains per year traveled through Union Station built by Jarvis Hunt.
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rating 4.3 out of 5
08/18/14
Scott Cox
Beautiful place. Once upon a time trains used to stop here! Kinda has the feel of old gas stations on abandoned sections of rte66. It's more like a museum and theater than train station. Cool model trains at the end of the hall! must see
08/09/14
Adi Raina
Great place to bring family. There are so many things for kids to do here. Also restaurants to eat!
06/07/14
Kraig S
Would be an awesome place, EXCEPT that for a family of 4 to visit an attraction (King Tut) it would cost $70!! How do you expect people to become interested in such things when it costs so much to see the things. Explain why a 3 year old should cost $15? Ridiculous!
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