Here’s What Made it on the New Kansas City Monopoly Board

The next time you play a game of Monopoly, you might not be landing on Park Place or Boardwalk. Instead, you could be placing your silver Scottie dog or wheelbarrow token on the Country Club Plaza or National World War I Museum and Memorial.

“We’re thrilled to kick off the end of the year and potential shopping season with the launch of Monopoly: The Kansas City Edition and to celebrate one of the Midwest’s most beloved, culturally rich, and geographically beautiful regions,” says Katie Hubbard, of Top Trumps USA, the Hasbro-owned company that makes Monopoly. “We’ve spent months creating a portrayal of the area’s dynamic communities that we hope locals and visitors alike will enjoy for years to come—we’ve incorporated important feedback from locals to make this a fun and engaging game for Kansas Citians and beyond.”

Wondering which of your favorite KC spots will be on the board? Here’s what to expect:

Landmarks/Historical Sites: The Scout, Fountains at Mill Creek Park, Rosedale Memorial, Western Auto Sign, Linda Hall, Union Station, Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Museums at 18th and Vine, Country Club Plaza, and National World War I Museum.

Popular Places: Loose Park, Power & Light District, Zona Rosa, Crown Center, and Argosy Riverside Casino.

Sports Stadiums: Kansas Speedway, Sporting KC, and GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium.

Food, Drink, and Retail: Made in KC, KC BBQ, Cafe Cà Phê, J. Rieger & Co., Kansas City Credit Union.

Nonprofits: Alphapointe, Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kansas City, and KC Pet Project.

Pick up your copy of Monopoly: The Kansas City Edition for $39.95 at the Argosy Casino Hotel & Spa, Carrie’s Hallmark Shop, J. Rieger & Company, Made in KC, National WW1 Museum and Memorial, The Learning Tree of Prairie Village, and online.

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