Quality Inn & Suites Kansas City I-435N Near Sports Complex
1051 N. Cambridge
Kansas City, MO 64120
Phone: (816) 483-7900
Fax: (816) 483-8887
1051 N. Cambridge , Kansas City, MO, US, 64120
- Phone: (816) 483-7900
- Fax: (816) 483-8887
Shops, restaurants, bars, museums—you will find all of this and more at one of Kansas City's oldest business communities. This is also the home of the Midwest's largest open-air farmers market. Be sure to visit the Arabia Steamboat Museum, which flanks the east side of the market, where you will view items recovered from the wreckage of a sunken 1850s Missouri River steamboat. There is no admission charge for the vibrant market, but some attractions and museums charge a fee.
With four floors and over 140 dealers, there is something for everyone at the River Market Antique Mall. They have a wide variety of jewelry, clothing, décor, furniture, art, crafts, antiques, vintage and retro items, and much more. The friendly and knowledgeable staff can help with layaway, delivery, and rental services, and they always have free cookies and coffee to make you feel at home while you shop. If you are looking to sell, they are always taking applications for new dealers. Just a peek in the door will reveal many treasures for the selective shopper. -Robin Sontheimer
Power and Light District is a large neighborhood that is known for its entertainment, shops and nightlife. This is the perfect location if you want to find entertainment, such as movies and theater. There is also a wide selection of restaurants.
Retro Inferno has two floors full of modern 20th century furnishings and collectibles, which they buy and sell from their 11,000 square foot establishment in downtown Kansas City.
The Garment District is actually a warehouse that combines clothes boutiques, a bar and plenty of art to guests while they shop. Some of the brands inside include Melie Bianco Handbags, Ryu, Elan, Free People, Flying Tomato and many, many others. The bar in the middle of the structure provides fresh cocktails to thirsty customers and even if you don't come in for a drink, the bar is still a nice spot to hangout in the greater Kansas City Power & Light District of downtown.
Birdies is a small, classy boutique, specializing in high fashion lingerie and swimwear. From accessories to stockings to swimwear, they offer gifts appropriate for every woman in your life: mother, sisters, or partners. Operated by a local artist, Birdies carries styles available for all body types by top local and international designers. Located in the center of the downtown art district, they also offer a beautiful, comfortable event space for small gatherings. The staff is knowledge, professional, and friendly. -Robin Sontheimer
Gifts and interiors from salsa to furniture.
Voted as one of the best shoe shops in Kansas City, Bob Jones truly lives up to this fame. It stocks over one hundred thousand shoes for both men and women in a variety of designs and styles. You are guaranteed to find a pair that suits you at this shop. Bob Jones also houses a number of International Brands like Florsheim, Kenneth Cole, Red Tape, Sketchers among a many more renowned names. The store keeps getting a new stock of shoes everyday which makes their collection expand all the time. Bob Jones even sells a wide variety of purses. The staff are friendly and always willing to help you get that perfect pair.
Complete yarn and needlecraft supplies plus lessons.
Offers antiques, collectibles, country crafts, and more.
General line of antiques, furniture, glassware, jewelry, vintage clothing, and hats.
Gifts, books, music and food from Scandinavia and Europe.