A Missouri amusement park has a new attraction to go along with the opening of its newest attraction: a hummingbird attraction.
The Kansas City Star reported the attraction will be a five-minute-long attraction that will be located at the park near a parking lot that has been a popular spot for locals.
The park will also host a “boutique” restaurant and gift shop and have “unique features” for visitors.
It is expected to be completed in the fall.
“We will continue to work with our partners to bring this unique attraction to life,” said Brad McCarty, executive vice president of the Kansas City Kansas City Parks and Tourism Commission.
The attraction, called the Prairie Moon, will be called the “Lucky Honeymoon Honeymoon” after the Missouri state motto.
McCarty said that’s the name of a popular local honeymoon destination in the city.
The company that owns the land where the attraction is being built said it’s a partnership between the company and Missouri-based Honeymoon Capital Management.
The attraction is a part of a larger plan to expand the park’s footprint.
The park is expected take advantage of a new state law that allows it to expand if a public development project can be developed in a way that makes it economically viable.
The new park will be adjacent to the Missouri State Fairgrounds, which is owned by the Missouri Department of Commerce.
The fairgrounds are currently under construction, and the Missouri Legislature recently passed a $8.4 million budget to expand them, according to the Kansas Kansas City News.
The state also is planning to add more pavilions and other amenities.
The state has not yet set a date for the park to open.