New way to see KC: Double Decker bus tours begin rolling through town

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- You can now view Kansas City in a whole new way. Double Decker Tours will begin rolling through the metro for the first time Tuesday.

The owner of the Double Decker Tours says Kansas City has grown so quickly that they wanted to find a way to connect all the major attractions.

The 75-minute tour will take riders to eight different stops- including River Market, Country Club Plaza, Westport, National World War I Museum and the Nelson Atkins Museum of Art.

Riders can get on and off at different locations or stay for the full tour.

The total cost is $30 for adults and $ 25 for kids ages 5-12. Kids under four get in for free. Tickets need to be purchased in advance.

Click here to learn more about the tours.