Area Attractions & Events

Bonner Springs offers a "playground of attractions" for the thousands of visitors who travel to this small suburban city nestled among the rolling hills and trees along the Kansas River. We invite you to spend a day or night with us to experience the small-town charm and big city attractions that we have to offer. A 16th century village, marbles & toys, tractors and trains, hot rock bands, zip lining, golfing and history lessons await your arrival!

Situated on the western edge of the Kansas City metropolitan area, Bonner Springs is a convenient place to stay at Exit 224 on I-70. Not only are there fun things to see and do in Bonner Springs, there are many Kansas City area attractions that are 5 to 30 minutes away. We look forward to seeing you!

Fun - All Year Round!

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Historic Downtown - Shopping & Restaurants

Bonner Springs is home to a variety of shopping and dining options. From local boutiques that offer trends in fashion and home décor, to bulk foods and custom-made designs, you'll find what you're looking for in Bonner Springs! For a listing of current shopping and dining options check out or interactive map (above) to plan your trip! 
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Kansas City Renaissance Festival  

The Kansas City Renaissance Festival began its journey in September of 1977 as a benefit for the Kansas City Art Institute. Since then, the Kansas City Renaissance Festival has grown to be one of the largest Renaissance Festivals in the United States, with an annual attendance of 200,000. The festival is open on Saturdays and Sundays, September through mid-October. To find out details on weekend themes, visit their website
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Moon Marble Company 

Moon Marble is a gem of a destination! Artisan and owner Bruce Breslow frequently demonstrates his marble making. During demonstrations, Bruce will explain the process of glass working, marble history, and other fascinating areas of marble interest. The shop sells old-fashioned toys and games. Visit their website for options for visiting. 

National Agricultural Hall of Fame 

Agriculture affects everyone! Bonner Springs is proud to be the home of the National Agricultural Hall of Fame. Come enjoy exploring the museum exhibits and living history displays. No matter your age, there’s something for everyone! If you are visiting alone, with family and friends or with an organized group, you’ll find that tour experiences are entertaining as well as informative. The Ag Hall welcomes group tours and activities, or take a self-guided tour. Visit their website.
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Azura Amphitheater

At Azura Amphitheater, the fan experience is second to none. Hosting a wide variety of events in Kansas City, the venue has proven itself a fan favorite. From the greatest Kansas City concerts to 5k runs and other shows, Azura Amphitheater is a diverse venue for entertainment enjoyed in an open-air environment. Check out current events and concerts at their website.

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Sunflower Hills Golf Course 

Sunflower Hills is one of the most challenging and affordable courses in the Kansas City area. Opened in May of 1977, Sunflower Hills is an 18 hole championship golf course designed by renowned architect Roger Packard. Golfers of all skill levels will enjoy our challenging course. Measuring over 7,000 yards from the Championship tees, Sunflower Hills has five sets of tees, large rolling greens, zoysia fairways, numerous bunkers and water hazards. Visit their website for tee times and event information. 
Wyandotte County Historical Museum

Wyandotte County Museum 

The history of Wyandotte County can be viewed through the exhibits and artifacts highlighted at the museum. From archaeological collections of Native American artifacts to stories of the three immigrant tribes of Wyandotte County; The Shawnee, Delaware and the Wyandot, the Wyandotte County Museum offers visitors a chance to understand the history of this area. Visit their website for current exhibit information.

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Zip KC 

With multiple Zipline adventures just minutes away from downtown KC, Zip KC offers you a thrill-of-a-lifetime experience on nine ziplines totaling over a mile, letting you race at speeds of up to 50mph! Looking for a family-friendly outdoor adventure? Get your hiking shoes out and come to Zip KC! There are multiple events each year including timber challenges and even a haunted trail around Halloween. Find your next adventure at their website
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Exit Games KC 

Kansas City's newest and most exciting escape game experience - Exit Games! Exit Games is truly the definitive break out experience. Featuring three rooms exceptionally designed to both engage the mind and test the wit, Exit Games provides a unique experience and is perfect for parties, special events, team building, or any fun night out. Visit their website for booking.

Seasonal Events 

Bonner Springs Aquatic Park

Bonner Springs Aquatic Park 

The aquatic park opened in 2006 and features many amenities including diving boards, zero-depth entry, family areas, and a water playground. Find out more about current times and activities online

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City Band Concerts 

During June and July, Thursday evenings are special in Bonner Springs because of the downtown concerts presented in Kelly Murphy Park, Second and Elm. The band, consisting of over 85 members, performs 10 concerts during the summer season at 8:30 pm in the park. Various civic organizations sponsor ice cream socials that give it that old-fashioned feeling. Visit the City Band webpage for more details.
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Bonner Springs Farmers' Market

The Bonner Springs Farmers’ Market Association was formed to provide locally grown, fresh foods, farm products and local producer value-added products to the citizens of Wyandotte County and surrounding areas, and to encourage commerce, entertainment and trade in downtown Bonner Springs. The market is open May to October in downtown Bonner Springs. Visit their website for current events. 
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Tiblow Days 

The Bonner Springs-Edwardsville Chamber of Commerce sponsors Tiblow Days, the city's annual heritage festival. It is celebrated the last weekend in August, prior to Labor Day. Bonner Springs was originally named Tiblow in honor of Henry Tiblow, a Delaware Indian who operated a ferry across the Kansas River. The city was renamed Bonner Springs in the 1880s. Visit the Bonner Springs-Edwardsville Chamber of Commerce website to sign up as a vendor, sponsor, and find more details.