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One day-Kansas City or Topeka?

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Ok, I will be visiting family in Kansas and since my wife and I don't want to spend more time than we have to on their farm, we want to spend one day in either Topeka or Kansas City. The question is, which one? I tried a search for Kansas City and the options seem to be this:

Go to the Plaza, eat barbeque
Go to the Plaza, eat steak
Go to the Plaza, eat hamburgers

I need a little more than this to go on. Our interests are varied, we are both cultural people going to a cultural black hole, enjoy museams, architecture, the outdoors, sports, live music.

So which is better, Topeka or KC? Give me your thoughts on it.

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