The third largest city in Kansas and also the county seat of Wyandotte County, Kansas City, KS was incorporated in 1886. The city follows the eastern border of Kansas and is perched at the confluence of the Missouri and Kansas rivers. Look across toward the east and you’ll see neighboring Kansas City, Missouri, part of the larger Kansas City metropolitan area that’s the 29th largest in the U.S. and includes a total population of 2.1 million. Kansas City, KS is the Kansas City metropolitan area’s fourth-largest city.
Part of Kansas City, KS’s appeal is that it offers something for everyone. Whether you want to explore local history, sample cuisine from around the globe, cheer on a favorite sports team, immerse yourself in local art or get out and enjoy the great outdoors, Kansas City, KS has the activities, attractions and amenities that will make your trip unforgettable.
When it comes to business, the KCK Chamber is proud to be at the forefront of the community’s success by enhancing and leveraging the talents and resources of its diverse members to sustain and catapult development opportunities throughout the metropolitan area. The Chamber is excited to serve as the convener and connector for local and regional businesses to collaborate on efforts that improve the economic vitality and quality of life for our diverse region. This, in turn, creates opportunities in KCK/WyCo, which build a quality community to live, work and conduct business.
For more information on attractions, explore the Visit Kansas City Kansas website.