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Excelsior Springs, Missouri, located approximately 30 miles northeast of Kansas City Missouri in Clay and Ray Counties, has a population of 11,084. The area around Excelsior Springs has 20 mineral springs which are responsible for the town’s early growth and notoriety. Many travelers came to drink from the springs for their curative properties. Excelsior Springs is served by the Excelsior Springs School District.

Excelsior Springs Area Insight

  • William Marcum
    RE/MAX Revolution
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    Excelsior Springs, MO
    I drove through Richmond the other day; this is a nice little town that has a lot of character. David Whitmer's home site is located right down town. The home is no longer there; it has long since been torn down and another business building has been erected in its place. Richmond is not a very big town so this location will not be hard to find. Not far from the David Whitmer's home site is a graveyard where you can find the Monument for the three witnesses. I visited both places and found the Cemetery a little more satisfying if you are looking for historical places in Missouri. At the cemetery you will find the three witnesses monument but also several graves from the early settlement of the area. These grave stones have weathered a lot and some are broken up; so they are encased in a larger block of cement. At the monument there are two different markers that explain what has happened to the area. This is a beautiful cemetery and well taken care of. It is well worth the trip to see.
  • Matt Hargrave
    RE/MAX Heritage
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    Excelsior Springs, MO
    Excelsior Springs has long been known for its "healing waters". Since the 1800's locals used the spring waters to sooth and heal ailments. And from there a community was born. The area created a place for guests in camping areas and a grand hotel known as "The Elms". Hosting conventions, mobsters, and President Harry Truman himself, The Elms built a reputation for grand experience, replenishment and luxury.

    With all this in mind the town of Excelsior Springs, has continued to grow into a paradise for a vacation or your live in community. With such a nostalgic past, Excelsior Springs boasts "Small Town Charm, Big City Appeal".
  • Rachael Mahan
    RE/MAX Results
    You will find a perfect spot for a weekend getaway only a few minutes away from Liberty. The spa is like one you would find in Vegas, but only better since it's so close to home. I highly recommend any of their services - you won't be disappointed. From the time you come in the doors and the friendly staff greets you to the time you check out; you will be surprised by the hospitality. The best part about The Elms has to be the Grotto, which comes with any spa package. You can use it all day to relax and unwind.
  • Kim Mc Elwee
    RE/MAX Area Real Estate
    There are a lot of fun events scheduled to happen in Excelsior Springs this year. The first event is the Community Chili Cook-Off. It will take place on Saturday, January 31st, 11:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Montgomery Event Center.

    In February, there is the Chocolate Tour and a bridal show, both taking place on February 7th. Check out the new website below to see all the details and check out upcoming events! This is a great time of year to visit Excelsior Springs.
  • The Excelsior Springs Golf Course was established in 1915 and is a links style public course. Attached to the Club House is the "Oly" deck that honors the late Don Olinger. This deck was built by donations and donated labor in honor of Don. Don was well known in the community and hired me when I went to work for Boatmen's Bank. Don was a "Blue Suit" in a dark suit era of banking.

    So come up and enjoy a game of golf. Grab something from the clubhouse and take a break on the "Oly Deck". Who know's if you listen hard enough you may hear one of the stories that Don loved to tell.
  • Melissa Simmons
    RE/MAX Area Real Estate
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    Excelsior Springs, MO
    I absolutely love our community. It has a great small town feel where it seems like everyone knows everyone, although we do have over 11,000 residents and I must admit I don't know all of them. But I do love how at home I feel in this community! It's one where everyone is helpful and friendly and most everyone waves at one another (depending on their day I suppose) :). Downtown Excelsior is constantly holding events, beer fest, wine fest, art crawls, chocolate tours, diva's night out and so many more. Our town is greatly underestimated for all that it has to offer. There are 18+ parks, three of which are state parks. Shopping and dining downtown is a most unique experience with all kinds of foods and things that you won't find anywhere else but here. We have come a long way and are continuing to grow in a most positive direction. My husband and I couldn't be more proud to live in, represent and raise our little girl here. It is home.
  • RaeAnn Burke
    RE/MAX Innovations
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    Excelsior Springs, MO
    Excelsior Springs is home of some of the best Blues and BBQ north of the river. Wabash BBQ located at 646 S Kansas Av across the street from The Elms Hotel., was voted Best Ribs in Kansas City. Free outdoor concerts all summer long featuring some of the top Blues Bands from KC , St Louis and Chicago. Excelsior is also the home of "BBQ on the River" , this year being held Aug 16-17. Teams come from all around to compete in this KCBC Sanctioned event! Smoke fills our little valley and planes fill the air! Fun activities for all ages!
  • Excelsior Springs, MO
    A mineral water spring was found in Excelsior Springs in 1880 and became known as Siloam Spring. A second spring was found in 1881 and was named Empire Spring (later Regent). The town was incorporated in 1882. Many other springs were located and the town continued to flourish. Many bath houses and clinics became popular during the heyday of the town. The famous Elms Hotel was built and remodeled several times and continues to be in operation still today. The million dollar Hall of Waters was built in 1937 and is still a popular place to visit. Another popular place to visit is The Excelsior Springs Museum & Archives. It was started in 1967 and is still located at 101 E. Broadway.

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    Kearney, MO 64060

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    1350 N Jesse James Rd
    Excelsior Springs, MO 64024

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