Let’s Go: Kansas City’s Fountains

Date:September 20, 2016
Let’s Go: Kansas City’s Fountains

Kansas City has a well-earned reputation for beautiful fountains – Rome is the only place in the world to claim more fountains. A new video from VisitKC highlights some of the area’s fountains, showing off their beauty and variety.

Watch the latest installment of the KC on KC series, featuring musicians from the Kansas City Symphony. And then, RideKC to see these Kansas City jewels for yourself.  Below, you’ll find a list of all the featured fountains and the most popular routes to get there.

Spirit of Freedom Fountain, 4801 Cleveland Avenue:  108, 121 to Cleaver & Cleveland

Laura Conyers Smith Fountain in Loose Park, 5200 Wornall Rd: 57 to 51st & Wornall

Firefighters Memorial and Fountain, Pennsylvania & 31st: 31, 47 to 31st & Broadway

William Volker Memorial Fountain, Near Oak and Volker: 47, 55, 401

Delbert J. Haff Circle Fountain, Meyer Boulevard & Swope Parkway: 108, 121

Crown Center Square Fountains, 2450 Grand Ave.: KC Streetcar, Main St. MAX, 404 and many other routes

Women’s Leadership Fountain, The Paseo & E. 9th St.: 9, 11

Eagle Scout Memorial Fountain, Gillham Road & E. 39th St: 39

Northland Fountain, NE Vivion Rd & N Oak Trafficway in Anita B. Gorman Park: 142

Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial Fountain, 43rd & Broadway Blvd.: 47, 55

Muse of the Missouri, 8th & Main: KC Streetcar, 28

Kauffman Stadium, 1 Royal Way (requires admission to stadium): 47

JC Nichols Memorial Fountain, Emanuel Cleaver II Blvd. & J.C. Nichols Pkwy: Main St. MAX, 35, 40, 47, 57, 401

Henry Wollman Bloch Fountain, Pershing Road & Main St: KC Streetcar, Main St. MAX, KC Streetcar, 27, 47, 403, 404

For more about Kansas City’s fountains, go to VisitKC’s website.

Bloch Fountain at Union Station