Choose a Parkville bed and breakfast as your hotel alternative when you travel to the Kansas City region of Missouri. Parkville, originally a river port for hemp and other products, grew faster than Kansas City, only ten miles to the southeast.
Parkville is known for its antique shops, art galleries, and historic downtown. The Annual Parkville Days River Fest is held by the banks of the Missouri River in English Landing Park and features live blues and jazz entertainment. The park includes a 2-mile jogging/biking trail along the river’s edge, picnic shelters, and fields and courts for soccer, baseball, and volleyball.
Staying at a member of Bed and Breakfast Inns of Missouri near Kansas City allows you to participate in the festivals and events as well as visiting the many attractions the city has to offer.
For example, there is the Kansas Speedway for NASCAR racing, Chief’s football, the Nelson-Atkins Museum, and Coterie Theatre. The Hallmark Visitors Center has 14 exhibits showing its humble beginning to the world’s largest greeting card company. There are jazz and comedy clubs and venues offering opera or symphonic concerts.