Best Chiefs Photo Ops in KC

Deck your family out in Chiefs gear and head to one (or all!) of the awesome photo ops to celebrate this historic week!


Union Station

union station chiefs sign

Not only does the building light up in red, the photo ops inside are plentiful inside and out! Stay tuned to the Union Station Facebook page for announcements as new photo ops are added.

Power and Light

The downtown area has multiple new murals for your family to cheese it up with including one that features the Super Squad.

Tom’s Town

Celebrating the Chief’s super star players, this mural at 17th and Main is great for a family pose.

City Views

Head to the Liberty Memorial for an amazing view of the city at night. You’ve never seen so much red!


Love Kansas City

The iconic Love Kansas City mural at 423 Southwest Blvd., is great for all versions of Kansas City pride. It does feature a Chiefs football character currently!

Made in KC

This brand new art coordinates with all your red and yellow Chiefs gear and a “Go Chiefs” message.


At 18th and Locust, you’ll find a large Kingdom arrow and other Chiefs images.

Kauffman Performing Arts Center

Stunning as usual but it looks particularly great in red!


westport ale house Chiefs mural

Westport Ale House Mural

Last year, this mural appeared on the side of Westport Ale House at 4128 Broadway Blvd. Nobody is complaining about a larger-than-life Mahomes!

Country Club Plaza

Another great spot for Chiefs Kingdom flags flying in the background plus you’ll find some of the well known statues sporting their KC pride!

Johnson County

Downtown Overland ParkOverland Park Chiefs Mural

Check out the side of Herringbone in downtown OP at 7337 W. 80th Street.

Town Center Plaza, Leawood

The Run it Back mural features players in motion against a brick backdrop. Go to 5024 W. 119th St., Leawood, KS.


Sarah grew up in Manhattan, Kansas (Go Cats!), she moved to Minnesota where she met her husband, Shea. Realizing how much she hated snow in May, she convinced him to move to Kansas City in 2010. Together they have lived in Midtown, Waldo, the Plaza, and now Overland Park. Sarah is mom to 10-year-old, Henry, 7-year-old Clark and 5-year-old Lucy. She has her master’s in urban administration and is passionate about making Kansas City a more equitable and supportive community. In between the crazy, she likes to drink coffee, run, hike, travel as much as possible, and experience all things Kansas City!


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