For travel lodging about 28 miles from Kansas City, consider a Pleasant Hill, Missouri bed and breakfast. Pleasant Hill saw the arrival of the first settlers to the area. It has many older buildings being restored, but one building that has not needed restoration is the Pleasant Hill Historical Society’s museum. Sallie Gamble, widow of ex-governor Hamilton R. Gamble, built the mansion in 1866.
Along with antique and specialty shops in the historical buildings, there is much more to be enjoyed in Pleasant Hill including Depot Park with its tennis courts, pool, golf course, picnic facilities, and a bandstand for summer concerts.
The Cass County Fair is held in Pleasant Hill with all of its events.
Make a member of the Bed and Breakfast Inns of Missouri in Pleasant Hill your hub and travel to Kansas City to visit the museums and galleries such as Nelson-Atkins Art Museum, The Kansas City Museum, the Airline History Museum, and Harry S. Truman Presidential Library.