It's easy to enjoy the Hyde Park Historic Homes Tour. We're conveniently located in Midtown Kansas City between Crown Center and the Plaza. We have designated parking at several locations where you can catch an air-conditioned shuttle bus and visit each stop on the Tour, or stroll at your leisure down tree-lined streets.
Parking: Park at Trinity United Methodist Church 620 E. Armour Blvd. or on the street near any of the homes. Tickets: Discounted tickets are available in advance of the Tour online for only $12. On the day of the Tour, tickets are available at Trinity United Methodist Church or any of the Tour homes for $15. Shuttles: Shuttle buses run throughout the day between all houses, parking, and the street festival at the corner of Harrison Blvd and Harrison Pkwy.
Come join us at the corner of Harrison Blvd. and Harrison Pkwy. between 10 AM and 5PM to enjoy local bands, food trucks, beers, and vendors! With bands on stage all day, the party doesn't stop, and there is plenty of food to keep you going from "the award winning Detroit Coneys" and "Lucha Libres of Indios Carbonsitos" and The Waffler.
Stroll through the vendor booths and enjoy the creativity Hyde Park has to offer, or stop and listen to the music of several local bands while you enjoy the tastes of the Kansas City beer scene as poured by the excellent bartenders of Embrace The Grape Beverage Catering. While we charge for the beer, the good times are on us!
Featured Business: MAC Properties, International | 350 E /Armour Boulevard. In 2013, Mac Properties purchased the office building at the corner of Armour Boulevard and Gillham and began the process of returning the corner to its original usage as residences. Through an extensive renovation process, Gillham Plaza received a new look, a new purpose, and a new name that references both its original architectural style as well as one of its most significant occupants, International Business Machines, better known as IBM. MAC Properties is proud to have the opportunity to re-introduce this building to Kansas City with a new identity and purpose reflecting today’s technology and lifestyle.