Lee's Summit is a city located within the counties of Jackson (primarily) and Cass in the U.S. state of Missouri. As of the 2010 census its population was about 91,364, making it the sixth-largest city in both the state and in the Kansas City Metropolitan Area. In 2006, CNN/Money and Money magazine ranked Lee's Summit 44th on its list of the "100 Best Cities to Live in the United States." That ranking improved to 27th on the 2010 list.
Restaurants in Lee's Summit
4 based on 145 reviews
Paradise Park is Kansas City's Premier Family Destination, offering "Family, Fun & Adventure," including go karts, mini golf, laser tag, rock climbing, discovery play, foam factory, bumper cars, junior go karts and the children's play garden with junior mini golf. Educational field trips, birthday parties, fundraisers, corporate events, meeting space, banquet rooms and team building opportunities are ideal in the wholesome, safe, clean and friendly environment! The destination also offers a unique version of a children's museum: our Discovery Play area, which integrates educational experiences with imaginative discovery play, exploration and learning. The game room and arcade hosts over 50 classic and new games and even includes 2 mini bowling lanes. Other fun attractions include bumper cars and a 24-ft. rock climbing wall with 3 difficulty levels. Family, Fun and Adventure IS Paradise Park! Hope to see you soon!
Brought my two boys here when school was cancelled for the day. $32.99 per child for a Max pass. It is winter so no outdoor activities were open. The bumper car area is tiny, they enjoyed the foam pit and arcade the most. Only did...MoreBe sure to sign up for our enewsletter. We are always posting special offers. Also, the great thing about the Winter Max Pak you purchased is when the outside attractions are closed you get a bonus $10 game room card. We appreciate your visit.
4 based on 82 reviews
Replica of an early Missouri town.
The volunteer staff is friendly but you never really know who is going to be there when you go. Some interesting structures to look at. A smattering of animals to observe. Good to get a general idea of what life was like for settlers back in the mid-1800s. Nothing too ground-breaking or thrilling but a decent way to kill an hour or so and maybe learn a little something. Okay for a one time visit.
4 based on 17 reviews
Found this by accident when researching things in the area to do just for an overnight stay. Our family has enjoyed many drive through Christmas displays over the years, so we were pretty excited to find this one. We arrived a bit after the opening time that night and traffic was already backed up on the 4 lane road coming in. Having a line for an attraction like this is normal of course so we thought no problem. After sitting in an ever slow moving line with an occasional elf here and there for over 2.5 HOURS we finally reach the actual lights!!!! Ridiculous!!! At the end of this dreadful line there is a decent sized campground filled with light displays and such, but I can not tell you it is worth the wait. Actual time spent in the actual light display, maybe 10-15 minutes. Multiple people turned around and left before they even made it there. Can't say I blame them. This event is free. At the end you need to drive through a donation lane in which people come to your window for donations and give you some candy. If they could just spread out the displays and get that line moving even at a snails pace it would be so much better. Hope they are able to improve the experience and keep this going for those who enjoy it in the area.
3.5 based on 19 reviews
My fiance and I were in town in May to see the Braves play the Royals and we found this winery to come visit. We were not disappointed! All of the wines we tried were amazing and we took two bottles home with us. Beautiful property. Highly recommend!
4 based on 5 reviews
The Lee's Summit History Museum is supported by the Lee's Summit Historical Society who is dedicated to preserving the community's rich cultural heritage. View artifacts from: founder William B. Howard's family, Cole Younger, jazz musician Pat Metheny's family, along with displays on area farms and businesses. Admission and tours are free, although we greatly appreciate any donations. Our hours of operation are 10:00am-2:00pm Thurs-Fri and 10:00-4:00pm Sat.
What a nice old building in the center of the town right across from the train station. Unfortunate museum is only open Thursday Friday and Saturdays. It looks like it could be a nice little piece of historical informationThank you for the review! We wish we were open more hours too, hopefully when we build our volunteer base up we can do that.
4 based on 4 reviews
A nice shopping area, and a good mix of stores and restaurants too. Lots of parking, and the place seemed fairly safe.
4 based on 1 reviews
Live Antiques and Collectibles auction every Friday at 6:30 PM. Inside the historic 1896 Icehouse, 203 SE Green Street, Downtown Lee's Summit, MO
They offer antiques, furniture, linens, appliances and just about something for everyone. The staff are friendly and seem to be very knowledgeable about the items they are auctioning off.
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