Interesting People. Delightful Places. Great things to do. Catch a cutting edge American Museum of Natural History Exhibition at the Museum of Prairiefire. Explore the Wetlands Interpretive Trail. Stop to smell the flowers in an uncommon garden. Become an art lover. An engaging place to shop, dine and be entertained, Prairiefire evokes a special bond, and weaves the very fabric that brings us together. Explore Prairiefire and Discover a World Within.
Through a unique collaboration with the American Museum of Natural History, as well as with other cultural and educational institutions in the Kansas City area, the Museum at Prairiefire will create a place to understand and celebrate natural history and culture in our region and around the world. The Museum will engage visitors and area students with world-class exhibitions, important programming and significant educational opportunities.
Prairiefire features a wide variety of Restaurants, Bars & Cafes to enjoy a great meal, refreshing cocktail, quick snack or warming coffee. Visit the Entertainment District on 135th & Nall and walk Prairiefire Blvd to find just what you’re craving – Italian, Mexican, Sushi, Seafood, and more.
18 Luxury Theaters, 16 Bowling Alleys & a Natural History Museum name just a few things you and your family or friends can do at Prairiefire. See the latest films in ultimate style and comfort at one of three luxury theater types at Cinetopia. Challenge your friends at Pinstripes Bowling Lanes and Bocce courts, featuring a delicious Italian-American Bistro. Or, visit the Museum at Prairiefire and discover the first T-Rex ever found in the Great Hall. That and much more waiting for you at Prairiefire.
Wetlands at Prairiefire
Take a stroll in the Wetlands at Prairiefire, located just east of the Museum at Prairiefire. Part of a restoration project to help preserve the disappearing natural wildlife and ecosystems of Kansas, the Wetlands at Prairiefire offers a self-guided tour of what makes our state so beautiful. Watch the butterfly gardens emerge in the spring, what happens to the creek and its inhabitants as the temperature lowers in the winter, and so much more.