Making a bucket list of places you need to visit in the United States? Well, then one website believes you can't forget to include a visit to this legendary city in Missouri!

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Bucket list places to visit are all subjective, every single person is different and we all have different places we want to visit, but one website has put together a list of what they believe are 50 Best Places to Visit in the USA and Kansas City deservedly makes the list!

The website is called bestproducts.com and their list of the 50 Best Places to Visit in the USA has a ton of great options on it like Chicago, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and the Grandy Canyon, but it also includes Kansas City and I agree that KC should be on the list! Kansas City represents the midwest in big city form better than almost any other city, on the website they say this about KC...

"Kansas City is world-famous for its finger-lickin'-good barbecue, and a few standouts include Gates Bar-B-Q, featuring mouthwatering beef brisket, Q39, from national barbecue champ Rob Magee, and, just across the state line in Kansas, Joe's Kansas City Bar-B-Que, with ribs, pulled pork, and smoked chicken on the menu."

They say that KC is the "Best for BBQ" and I would agree completely with that statement, I would also add that if you are a sports fan KC is a must-visit place as well, to be able to go watch the Chiefs or the Royals at either of their iconic venus is a must for any true sports fan. DO you think KC belongs on the list for the 50 Best Places to VIsit in the USA?

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