The zodiac signs as iconic Kansas City sights

Your horoscopes are not only written in the stars — they’re written in the skyline too. Scroll through the zodiac signs and see which iconic KC sights matches up.

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Which one of these iconic KC sights pairs with your zodiac sign?

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City Editor Bella reporting for duty. Y’all know I love astrology — almost as much as I love Kansas City. Last time, we saw which zodiac signs pair best with different neighborhoods in KC. Today, we’re seeing which iconic KC sights, icons, and landmarks resonate with each of the zodiac signs.

Aries: Kauffman Stadium | March 21-April 19

Nothing says proud like the Kauffman Stadium’s iconic crown — perfect for an Aries, the fearless leaders of the zodiac. The stadium is home to the two-time World Champion Royals and also has one of the largest screens in sports, living up to the leadership qualities of an Aries.

Taurus: Union Station | April 20-May 20

This sign is known for being reliable and trustworthy, true pillars of what Union Station means to Kansas City. Throughout the years, hardships, and triumphs, Union Station has stayed an important fixture of the metro area.

Gemini: State Line Road | May 21-June 20

The extroverted tendencies of a Gemini allows them to mesh well with different types of people — in this case, Kansans and Missourians. Living in a bi-state metro (joined together with State Line Road) makes Kansas City even stronger, bringing together all walks of life, just like a Gemini.

Cancer: Laura Conyers Smith Municipal Rose Garden| June 21-July 22

The sentimental + gentle characteristics of a Cancer makes this pairing picture perfect. This serene environment brings a sense of emotion and nostalgia — all things that make a Cancer’s heart grow.

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The Kauffman Center gives off serious Leo vibes.

Leo: Kauffman Center | July 23-Aug. 22

A Leo is not afraid to let their presence be known, and neither is the beautiful Kauffman Center. From its bold architecture to the impressive performances happening inside, the Kauffman Center embodies the behavior of a Leo.

Virgo: Power & Light Building | Aug. 23-Sept. 22

This historic building on Kansas City’s skyline is both practical like a Virgo, but also intricate, detailed, and focused like one. Virgos love to plan and execute well, and the Power & Light Building’s resilience over several decades aligns perfectly with the earth sign.

Libra: Nelson-Atkins Art Museum | Sept. 23-Oct. 22

A Libra is known to provide balance, and the Nelson-Atkins gives that balanced feel to the hustle and bustle of the city. You can go inside to see historic works of art, but you can also head to the lawn to relax, see the sculpture garden, and feel centered. Libras are quirky and have a more organized chaos to them, really encapsulating the aura of an art museum.

Scorpio: 18th and Vine Neon Sign | Oct. 23-Nov. 21

The 18th and Vine District is full of opportunity, from the moody nightlife jazz scene to its distinct history. The neon sign welcomes you to the neighborhood, giving a sense of mystery — something a Scorpio can’t resist.

Sagittarius: Liberty Memorial Tower | Nov. 22-Dec. 21

A Sagittarius is a fire sign through and through with a love for adventure. Not only is the hike up the WWI Museum and Memorial lawn an adventure in itself — the immaculate view of Kansas City at the top of the Liberty Memorial will fulfill the wanderlust of a Sagittarius.

Capricorn: Kansas City Star Building | Dec. 22-Jan. 19

If there’s one thing you need to know about a Capricorn, it’s that they are practical AF. What better iconic KC spot than the Kansas City Star Building to resemble that? While The Star isn’t housed there anymore, the copper and glass building gave life to local journalism + continues to serve as a point of reference for Kansas Citians, similar to the hardworking nature of a Capricorn.

Aquarius: Western Auto Sign | Jan. 20-Feb. 18

An Aquarius is bold, eclectic, and large in personality — similar to the bright light of the Western Auto Sign. The sign is one of the most popular icons used to reference Kansas City, and it stands tall among the other skyline features.

Pisces: Mill Creek Park Fountain | Feb. 19-March 20

While this is one of the more well known fountains here, it still serves as a place for Kansas Citians to unplug and do their own thing — similar to the introverted nature of a Pisces. This water sign (perfect, right?) needs time to escape, and this is a perfect place to do so.

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