Full Collection of Clues for Kansas City

Letterbox Clues for the KC 2018-19 Curiosity Passport

Please note: Going forward, the letterboxes on this list will only be replaced at the artist's discretion. 

The Bronze Edition of the Curiosity Passport will make the maintenance of this popular game more financially & environmentally sustainable, thus also making it more expandable to other locations.    

The KC 2018-19 Collection is the FIRST EVER version of the Curiosity Passport!

It is time to explore! Bring your friends!

View the Eco-Art Curiosity Boxes at Pawn & Pint and Buttonwood Art Space.

NOTE: Before you set out you must read and agree to the Waiver of Responsibility and Disclaimer. [from Atlas Quest]

  1. DECOMMISSIONED: Art Alley: clue link, AtlasQuest link, YouTube link

  2. DECOMMISSIONED: Champion Tree: clue link, AtlasQuest link, YouTube link

  3. DECOMMISSIONED: Children: clue link, AtlasQuest link

  4. Curiosity Passport: clue link, AtlasQuest link

    • This is now an "event" letterbox. You will only be able to find this at the Curiosity Passport table at events or by using the Contact form & setting an appointment.​

  5. Dam That's Art!: clue link, AtlasQuest link, Vimeo link

    • Lake Lenexa

    • Lenexa, KS

  6. First Fountain: clue link, AtlasQuest link

    • Wyandotte County Park 

    • Bonner Springs, KS

  7. Goddess of Broken Birds: clue link, AtlasQuest link, YouTube link

    • UMKC area

    • Brookside & 52nd, Kansas City, MO

  8. Grass Green: clue link, AtlasQuest link

    • Downtown KCMO area

    • 2nd & Walnut, Kansas City, MO

    • accessible from the KC Streetcar

  9. DECOMMISSIONED: Heroes: clue link, AtlasQuest link, YouTube link, related box

  10. I Like Big Books: clue link, AtlasQuest link

    • Downtown KCMO area

    • 10th & Wyandotte, Kansas City, MO

    • accessible from the KC Streetcar

  11. DECOMMISSIONED: Neptune: clue link, AtlasQuest link, YouTube link

  12. Northland: clue link, AtlasQuest link, YouTube link

    • North Oak Trafficway & I-29​

    • Northland area 

  13. Paper Birch Landing / New Element: clue linkAtlasQuest link

    • This is now an "event" letterbox. You will only be able to find this at the Curiosity Passport table at events or by using the Contact form & setting an appointment.​

  14. DECOMMISSIONED: Peace: clue link, AtlasQuest link

  15. DECOMMISSIONED: Pratt Women: clue link, AtlasQuest link​​

  16. Rosedale Arch: clue link, AtlasQuest link

    • Rosedale​ area

    • Rainbow Blvd, Kansas City, KS

  17. Solar System: clue link, AtlasQuest link, YouTube link

    • Downtown KCMO

    • accessible from the KC Streetcar

  18. Steamboat: clue link, AtlasQuest link

    • Parkville, MO​

  19. Story Center: clue link, AtlasQuest link

  • Liberty, MO area​

  1. Swope: clue link, AtlasQuest link

    • Swope Park, Kansas City, MO​

  2. Train Above: clue link, AtlasQuest link, YouTube link

    • Downtown KCMO​

    • 13th & Main, Kansas City, MO

    • accessible from the KC Streetcar

  3. Upcycled Blooms: clue link, AtlasQuest link

    • Downtown Blue Springs, MO​

    • walkable from Upcycled Rain

  4. Upcycled Rain: clue link, AtlasQuest link, YouTube link

    • Downtown Blue Springs, MO

    • walkable from Upcycled Blooms

  5. DECOMMISSIONED: Volker: clue link, AtlasQuest link

  6. Buttonwood: clue link, AtlasQuest link

    • Liberty Memorial area​ (Downtown KCMO/Crown Center/Union Station)

    • Several blocks from the KC Streetcar, but still walkable from there

  7. Needle & Thread: clue link, AtlasQuest link

    • Downtown KCMO​

    • Several blocks from the KC Streetcar, but still walkable from there

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Bring the Curiosity Passport to your favorite place!

Hello, Fellow Curious Adventurer!

Congratulations! You had a blast letting the Curiosity Passport be your adventure guide to discovering hidden gems! Now, I can see that your gears are turning. You are daydreaming about hosting the Curiosity Passport in your favorite place. That is such a fabulous idea!

Starting this process is as easy as sending me a quick note from the Contact page. Please let me know what your collection idea is and if you know of a funding source for bringing the Curiosity Passport to that location. Really. It is that easy to start the conversation.

 

 Looking forward to our future adventures!

--Alexis Webb-Bechtold, Art Adventurer