What can be more fun for adults and children on a warm summer evening than an open air carriage ride. Shaped much like Cinderella’s carriage, this carriage is a popular entertainment for tourists visiting the Plaza throughout the year. But it is a ride made for summer evenings.
The horses may be somewhat past their prime, but they are docile and patient and decked out with braided manes.
Just another beautiful experience for tourists to Kansas City.
The Country Club Plaza is always beautiful. The seasons of the year and the time of day significantly impact the images that we see. These photographs were taken late in the evening, just after the sun set, but before it was completely dark. (These scenes are best viewed with your brightness setting on high.)
From the Fountain of Bacchus Sculpture, located at the Chandler Court at 47th & Wyandotte, is made of 10,000 pounds of cast lead.
The architecture throughout the Plaza is inspired by the architecture of Seville, Spain.
Night view of Broadway Bridge and Brush Creek, on the Country Club Plaza
The Statute of Ruth, representing the Biblical Ruth, is located at 48th & Wyandotte. It is formed from white Carrara marble.