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Union Station

Union Station, a one-stop destination for family fun and learning: Science City, Dino Lab, trains, theater, planetarium and museum exhibits

Main Location
30 W. Pershing Rd.
Kansas City, MO 64108
Today's Hours: Closed
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There's no other place in Kansas City quite like Union Station -- where connections to the past and present, education and entertainment are made. An architectural treasure with an illustrious history dating back to its gateway to the West days in 1914, the Station was restored to glory in 1999.

Today, the 850,000-square foot landmark is home to the interactive Science City, traveling exhibits, restaurants, shops, special events and more. Union Station's Theater District features live performances on the H&R Block City Stage and state-of-the-art 3D movie projection on the giant Extreme Screen.

Meet family and friends under the famous Grand Hall clock for a Union Station experience that's equally fun and enriching.

Attraction Hours While Union Station is open FREE to the public every day 6 a.m. to midnight, the attractions (including Science City, Traveling Exhibits and the Theater District) are open Tuesday-Sunday. Click for attraction hours and showtimes.

Admission to the Union Station building is FREE, but there is a charge for the attractions.

Ticket prices apply to patrons 3 and older. For those 2 and under, admission is free.

Science City $10
Extreme Screen $8.50
- Children & Seniors $7
KC Rail Experience $7
Planetarium $6
City Stage Prices vary – click here for show times and shows

Visit more than one attraction and SAVE! Purchase a ticket to Science City and visit the Extreme Screen, Rail Experience or Planetarium for just $5!

Science City + 1 attraction = $15
Science City + 2 attractions = $20
Science City + 3 attractions = $25

Combo pricing does not apply to City Stage tickets.

Admission prices vary for traveling exhibits and premier traveling exhibits, as well as for City Stage Theater shows.

For more details on how to make your Kansas City connection at Union Station, visit http://www.unionstation.org/

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