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Places to Visit in Olathe

Looking for something to do in Olathe? Checkout these places . . .

AMC Studio 28 with Dine-in Theatres

Amenities & Accessibility In-Theatre Dining Enjoy a meal with your movie! This theatre offers in-theatre dining options. More info. Reserved Seating Reserved seating is available at this theatre. Select your seat in advance online, via mobile application, automated box office machine or at the theatre box office.

Mahaffie Stagecoach Stop & Farm

Mahaffie Stagecoach Stop & Farm 1200 E. Kansas City Road Olathe, KS 66061 | (913) 971-5111 Privacy Policy | © 2015 City of Olathe - All rights reserved.

Ensor Park and Museum

Factual information about the lives and times of the members of the Ensor family will capture your attention and give you an insight into their lives. You will feel what it was like to be an early pioneer of Johnson County, Kansas and to build a farm from bare materials and hard work.

Olathe Community Center

The City of Olathe and Olathe Parks & Recreation reserve the right to change Olathe Community Center hours at any time.

Olathe Parks

Olathe Parks and Recreation Department, City Hall 100 E. Santa Fe, Olathe KS 66061 (913) 971-8563

Olathe Family YMCA

Welcome to the Olathe Family YMCA, where the community comes together. Our amenities include: Cardio and strength-training equipment MoveStrong™ functional training equipment Two indoor pools Group exercise and water fitness classes free to members Walking track Kids Zone Outdoor sports court (coming summer 2015) The Olathe Family YMCA provides important programs that give people of all ages the opportunity to connect with others, learn new skills and achieve greater well-being.

Olathe Civic Theatre Association

The Olathe Civic Theatre Association is an all-volunteer 501c3 organization producing theatre in Olathe since 1974. Performing in the Buddy Rogers Family Playhouse, OCTA produces five high-quality, engaging, and thought-provoking theatre productions a year.
Through the generosity of volunteers, season ticket holders, donors, city and community, in addition to a dedicated Board of Directors, OCTA has grown into one of the most successful and progressive community theaters in the entire Kansas City metropolitan area.
OCTA is the proud recipient of an ArtsKC Catalyst grant this year.
©2015 Olathe Civic Theatre Association | 500 E. Loula, Olathe, KS 66061 | 913-782-2990
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Kansas City Auto Museum

The Kansas City Automotive Museum showcases some of Kansas City's rich automotive history. With 28 historical reader boards and interactive displays, the museum features 30 cars that rotate every 4-6 months. Additionally, we have a drive-in area that is dedicated to the car club of the month.

Olathe Prairie Center

In just five minutes from downtown Olathe (26235 West 135th Street) you can renew yourself in a haven where the air is fresh and the wildflowers flourish. The Prairie Center is a 300-acre tallgrass preserve and education site with trails winding through remnant and reestablished prairie and riparian woodlands.

Trails | Parks & Rec

The City of Olathe maintains a total of 22 miles of trail with additional trails maintained by Johnson County Parks & Recreation.

Heritage Park

Heritage Park is a premier park of the Johnson County Park and Recreation District (JCPRD), located in Overland Park, Kansas - in the county of Johnson County, Kansas. Heritage Park is a multi-use 1,238-acre park located at 159th and Pflumm Road.

Ernie Miller Nature Center

Public hiking, bird watching, school programs, summer camps, nature center, trails, nature exhibits, gift shop, family programs, group programs

Kill Creek Park

Kill Creek Park, opened in 2001, the park is easily accessible, and yet secluded. The park is located in western Johnson County between De Soto and Olathe. Nestled within the park's beautiful natural setting are four picnic shelters, a swimming beach, a marina, and over 12 miles of hiking, mountain bike and equestrian trails.

Aquatics | Parks & Rec

Olathe Parks & Recreation offers a quality year-round aquatics program that includes activities for all ages. Our progressive instructional swim lessons begin with parent/tot through adult classes with the goal to challenge each student, within a fun, safe learning environment.

Olathe Lanes East Bowling Center

Bowling, Birthday Parties, Leagues, Arcade, Company Parties, Amusement, Entertainment

Mission Bowl

Sign Up For A FREE $10 Open Bowling Certificate! Mission Bowl is a great place to have fun times with family and friends. At Mission Bowl you can have a great time at prices that won't break your family's budget. We have plenty of bumper bowling lanes just for kids!

Lake Olathe | Parks & Rec

History: From September 1953 until March of 1954, for 17 months, a severe drought condition in Olathe forced water to be brought to the city by rail or truck. Olathe's primary source of water, the "Old" Olathe Lake (now called Cedar Lake) had become not more than a bed of silt.

Advanced Laser Tag

Amusement Center featuring Kansas City's only 2-story Laser Tag arena (6000 sq ft); Home of the Hassle-Free Birthday Party; 2000 sq. ft. video arcade with the latest, family-friendly, video games; party area seating 120 for birthday parties, group meetings and corporate events; and fresh pizza and drinks