Things to See and Do A 9/11 memorial located at the OP Fire Training Center is open to the public where visitors can view a 14-foot piece of steel that came from the Twin Towers. The train garden includes model train tracks that wind through mountains, over lake and streams, and along Strang Line through a replica of Downtown Overland Park. Take advantage of the many events and classes for all ages at the Arboretum & Botanical Gardens. The OP Soccer Complex was named the top soccer city in the nation and will host the US Youth Soccer National Championships in 2013. Arboretum & Botanical GardensA leader in environmentally sound community development, the Arboretum is an educational, recreational and cultural resource.Community CentersOverland Park has two community centers that offer fitness equipment, exercise classes and programs for every age as well as banquet facilities for your special event.Children's FarmsteadThe Farmstead offers 12 acres of family fun and entertainment, featuring almost 200 animals and birds and turn-of-the-century farm amenities.Soccer ComplexThe state-of-the-art Overland Park Soccer Complex provides soccer players and fans a year-round "world class" experience.Farmers' MarketThe Farmers' Market offers patrons a wide variety of products from farm, food, and specialty vendors from April to Sept.Arts & MusicFrom free music concerts to iconic art installations, the "arts" is where our residents work, live and play.