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The Hall of Waters was built in 1936-1937 as a bottling facility and distribution point for the healing, medicinal mineral waters of Excelsior Springs. This beautiful, one-of-a-kind, Art Deco building held the world’s longest water bar, an indoor swimming pool, a Polio pool, the water department, a spa both men, and a spa for women.
Today, the Hall of Waters houses city offices and the Hall of Waters Visitor Center and Cultural Museum. A self-guided walking tour is available.
The Visitor Center offers information on area attraction, shopping and events.
History and Healing
Discover the history of Liberty and why Excelsior Springs is known as the home of healing waters.
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