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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.

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  • Briana Colón
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    Excelsior Springs, MO
    Excelsior Springs is a small town about 30 miles northeast of Kansas City. It has a long and rich history as a wellness haven, thanks to its naturally occuring 20 mineral springs. Definitely check out the Elms Hotel and The Hall of Waters!
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    For a unique dining experience infused with art and creativity, venture to Molly Roberts Studio & Gallery Cafe in Excelsior Springs. This eclectic establishment combines a working art studio with a charming cafe, offering a menu of fresh sandwiches, salads, and baked goods. Admire the captivating artwork adorning the walls as you savor delicious food made with locally sourced ingredients.
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    Ray's Lunch is a beloved local institution that has been serving up classic American comfort food since 1932. Step into this nostalgic diner and feast on hearty breakfast plates, juicy burgers, crispy fries, and decadent milkshakes. With its retro decor and friendly service, Ray's Lunch offers a taste of nostalgia and charm that keeps diners coming back for more. Ray's is located at 231 E Broadway Avenue in Excelsior Springs.
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    Calling all car enthusiasts!!! Get ready to embark on an adrenaline-fueled journey at the
    5th Annual Shaky B's Car Show. Whether you're a gearhead, a car lover, or just looking for a good time, this is a great event for everyone. Come out and enjoy jaw-dropping hot rods, live music by the Selle Brothers Band, raffle prizes, and much more. This event will begin at 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 16th, and will be located at 9520 N Highway in Excelsior Springs.
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    Nothing says Valentine's Day quite like chocolate. Come out to Downtown Excelsior Springs for the 17th annual Chocolate Tour brought to you by the Downtown Excelsior Springs Partnership. For just $25 you can sample sweet treats at over 25 participating locations and have all-day access to the trolley. Or you can become a VIP ticket holder for $45 and enjoy a three-course Chocolate & Wine pairing before the festivities begin. What a sweet time! Check it out this Saturday, February 4th from 11:00 a.m.to 5:00 p.m.
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    Excelsior Springs, MO
    Grinchmas Bingo in Whoville is this Sunday, December 11th at 1:00 p.m. at the Atlas Saloon in Excelsior Springs. Come in your favorite Whoville attire, play some bingo, and have your picture taken with the Grinch himself. The Atlas Saloon is located at 100 West Broadway Avenue. Tickets for the event start at $20.
  • Lauren Cottingham
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    There are more groupings of mineral water in Excelsior Springs than anywhere else in the world. Siloam Spring was the first of the mineral waters discovered here. This spring is responsible for the growth of Excelsior Springs, Missouri. The Hall of Waters was built as a Federal Public Works Administration project. Near the late 1950s and early 1960s, the Hall of Waters popularity and other spas and clinics began to decline. Today, the Hall of Waters houses several city offices, court and council chambers, a small museum, and a Visitor Center. In 1983 the Hall of Waters was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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    Calling all wine lovers! It's time to uncork and unwind at the 16th Annual Downtown Excelsior Springs Wine Festival on Saturday, June 11th. This premier destination event places Missouri wineries and their famous wines on display in the beautiful outdoor setting of Lover's Lane in East Valley Park. The event is from 2:00-8:00 p.m.
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    Come out to Excelsior Springs and celebrate their mineral water history at one of the city's biggest fests of the year. This event will be a two-day event on June 24th and the 25th. This is a free event with over 90 vendors that fill up downtown. There will be a beer garden, a waterfest parade, a car show, and more.
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    Excelsior Springs, MO
    Want to try a new sport that is gaining popularity? Come check out Woodchux in Excelsior Springs. Try your skill at ax throwing, throwing stars, spears, and more. Woodchux is a great place to gather with friends and family or even hold your own special events. What a fun way to spend an afternoon or evening. Woodchux is located at 455 S Thompson in Excelsior.
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    Excelsior Springs, MO
    Try your hand at painting The Grinch and his sidekick Max this Saturday, December 11th from
    1:00-3:00 p.m. at the Bohemian Sage Gallery. The class is for anyone 5 and up and the cost is $25 a person. The Grinch will be drawn up and ready to paint and all the supplies will be provided. What a great event for the whole family.
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    Want a holiday display to go out and see? Look no further than the Lane of Lights. This drive-thru holiday display is open from November 20th through December 30th, each night starting at
    5:30 p.m. Each night a different nonprofit group will be hosting the lane and there is a suggested $5 donation per vehicle. Come out and support your favorite nonprofit group and see some beautiful Christmas lights and dazzling Christmas displays.
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    Stop by Excelsior Springs and view over 30 trees decorated by local businesses, civic groups, and friends of the city. This is a free event that lasts from November 20th until December 31st from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. You can vote for your favorite tree by making a monetary donation of any kind. If you are not a fan of going out during this time there is also an online viewing where you can vote as well. What a fun thing to do during the holidays with family or friends.
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    Excelsior Springs, MO
    Be sure and mark your calendars this Friday, October 29th, and Saturday, October 30th for some trunk or treat and trick or treat fun. This Friday from 3:45-5:00 p.m., there will be a Trunk or Treat at the Excelsior Springs Clinic located at 199 S. McCleary Rd, #100. If that wasn't enough on Saturday the businesses in Downtown Excelsior Springs will be hosting a trick or treat event from 4:00-6:00 p.m. You don't want to miss out on the fun, so be sure and bring the whole family.
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    If you are looking for a little relaxation by visiting a winery, Excelsior Springs has a couple to choose from.

    The first, Four Horses and a Dog is located at 15010 Salem Rd, Excelsior Springs, MO. This vineyard/winery first began operations back in 2008. The owners welcome you with open arms and make you feel like part of their family.

    The second, Fence Stile Vineyards & Winery is located at 31010 W 124th St, Excelsior Springs, MO. You can find this amazing place with a short 40-minute commute from downtown Kansas City. Fence Stile Vineyards & Winery has so much to offer. From wine tastings to wine purchases, gift baskets, and winery and cave tours, plus more.

    Whichever one you choose to visit, plan on spending two to three hours to fully engage in the experience.
  • Michelle Harrington
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    Dog Park is located just off 69 Hwy north of Crown Hill Rd before you get to the high school. There is lots of fun stuff to play on and explore for your pups all within the safety of a chain-link fence. Bench's available to watch and observe your dog interact with others. Neat spot for all you dog lovers, you'll have to go check it out
  • Julie Maupin
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    Excelsior Springs, MO
    Dubious Claims is located off Thompson Street just as you come into downtown Excelsior Springs. You must make plans to go. My husband and I had the opportunity to visit on a Friday evening and the place was buzzing with lots of folks who were in fun groups, families, couples, and solo people at the bar.

    We ordered Bavarian Pretzels to begin with and I ordered the Elixir Stout while Andy had the WoodChux Wheat Brew. You can't go wrong with either choice and both are amazing. The main menu is filled with salads, pizzas, wraps, specialty sandwiches (the Capone will make your night), and pasta. Skyla's Mac & Cheese is second to none, you must try that! Your night will be made! Enjoy yet another local must-go-to here in the Kansas City Area.
  • Megan O'Keefe
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    Looking for a local getaway? You have to try the Elms Hotel & Spa located in downtown Excelsior Springs. The entire place was decorated for the holidays with Christmas trees and lights everywhere we looked during our stay. We enjoyed the outdoor hot tub and the indoor lap pool. They have a restaurant, lounge, and a coffee shop.
  • Julie Maupin
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    Excelsior Springs, MO
    If you have never been to The Elms in downtown Excelsior Springs, put it on your bucket list. The spa is very relaxing, the grounds are gorgeous, the staff is friendly and very knowledgeable. It's located within walking distance of shopping, restaurants, and bars.

    Dubious Claims is a local watering hole that is near The Elms and if you go there on a Friday night, expect to meet friends. Willow Mercantile is also a yummy tea room and full bar with all of the wines and beers that are made in Missouri. Book your room, spa treatments, and get ready for a fun, relaxing weekend getaway for fall. The leaves will be gorgeous then. Enjoy!
  • James Dollins
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    This small town has so much to offer. Historical buildings and museum, plenty of restaurants and amenities, world famous hotel and spa, historic Hall of Waters which featured mineral baths, old and new homes to accommodate all. Ride the trolley and learn from the tour guide about the history of this awesome little town or check out the new breweries in town for a cold one. Go have a massage at the spa at the Elms. Great place to live or visit.
  • Julie Maupin
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    Excelsior Springs, MO
    Dubious Claims is a diamond in downtown historic Excelsior Springs! This place is so much fun and is always filled with the locals and everyone is friends. Dubious Claims has delicious beers and fun food. My husband and I miss Rock N Run in Liberty so much that we wanted to try another local brewery and found this one. It's a must visit and dine! You won't be sorry. You will feel like part of the community once you visit there-enjoy!

    They are located at 451 S. Thompson Ave., Excelsior Springs, MO.

    Tell them Julie sent you!!!
  • Julie Maupin
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    My husband and I had a date night and I made reservations at Ventana Grille from a result of my neighbors recommendation. Ventana is exactly the place that I was looking for and is located in the beautiful Excelsior Springs town. It's fabulous food and features steak, seafood and pasta. Try it for a night out of the city. Short drive and it's well worth your time. They are located at
    117 W. Broadway, Excelsior Springs, MO.

    Tell them Julie sent you!! Enjoy!!
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    Excelsior Springs, MO
    Rocky Hollow is a small lake located outside of the city of Excelsior Springs, about 30 minutes from Kansas City. There are no engine powered boats allowed on the lake. Rocky Hollow is a very good lake for a quiet afternoon's fishing or for beginning paddlers. The water is calm without a lot of obstacles.
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    This park features Powell Lake where you can fish, but catch and release only. A playground and two gazebos that you can rent for any occasion. There are benches around for seating. A great place to spend your afternoon.
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    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.

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