Discover our hotels in Overland Park, a southern suburb of Kansas City. Hike through prairies and forest at the local Arboretum and learn about baseball history in the Kansas City Negro Leagues Baseball Museum.
Experimental sculpture, abstract painting and multimedia drawings fill the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, near our Overland Park hotels. At the Overland Park Arboretum & Botanical Gardens south of town, colorful wildflowers and wispy prairie grass line hiking trails shaded by hickory and cedar trees. Closer to town, children can feed goats and even milk a cow at Deanna Rose Children's Farmstead. Guests of our hotels in Overland Park can also drive into Kansas City to see paintings by European masters at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art and follow the history of segregated baseball at the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum.
American brand-name clothing sells at Oak Park Mall, but downtown Overland Park has plenty of locally owned boutiques and shops. Flip through cookbooks in the kitchen shop and watch a cooking class in the Culinary Center of Kansas City in Overland Park. On Tuesdays, guests of our Overland Park hotels can join students and staff for an eclectic lunch inspired by the student chefs. Local restaurants serve Kansas City-style smoked pork ribs and beef brisket slathered in a sweet barbecue sauce. Enjoy a downtown Kansas City jazz concert or a night out in the bars and clubs of the Power & Light District.
Book a room in our Holiday Inn® hotels in Overland Park in June for free live jazz concerts by local and national artists at Jazz in the woods in Overland Park’s Corporate Woods Park. Bring your appetite in October for the American Royal Barbecue, when some 500 cooking teams compete to make the tastiest, tangiest and finest barbecue in Kansas City.