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Each of our locations provides access to Kansas City's attractions. Each location offers you free local calls, free hi-speed wireless Internet access, outdoor pool, and coin-operated laundry.American Inns offer three locations in the Kansas City, Missouri, area: I-70 and Woods Chapel Road in Blue Springs; I-70 and Noland Road in Independence; and I-35 and Armour Road in North Kansas City.
Our North Kansas City location is a full-service location featuring Spirits Restaurant and Spirit's Alibi Lounge. Should you have a meeting or reunion planned, allow us to assist you in North Kansas City or Independence in our meeting facilities.
Specializing in premium loose leaf teas and tea related gift ware, available on our website and at our teashop. Our store is a bit different than a traditional tea room, but our love for the Tea Table runs deep. We are located inside the Terrace Avenue Inn Bed & Breakfast Inn.Tea Shop: Our teashop and website have more than 90 tea varieties, including black, green, white, oolong, herbals, and rooibos teas. Every Saturday, we offer a sampler where we try a new tea. We ship our teas anywhere in the United States.
We are a locally-owned coffee shop and roastery with a very quaint and cozy feel. We roast our coffee beans here on-site, so the flavor is like none other!
We are open Monday through Saturday from 7 to 2 and are located in downtown Liberty, Missouri inside a historic home.
Belvoir Winery's tasting room is filled with old-world charm, complete with a full bar. The 40,000-square-foot building is a former Odd Fellows Home, circa 1910. We have lots of space for private events or consider Belvoir for a wedding.
Belvoir, which is French for beautiful view, sits on 170 acres, with breathtaking vistas. It is located in the Odd Fellows Historic District off Route 291. Visit the winery and learn about the 130-year history of the property.
On days we have a wedding at the winery, we close the winery early at 6 p.m., and 5 p.m. in October only. Please call if you would like to check closing times.
Bittersweet has been making soap for more than 15 years, using our own recipe. Our soap is pH balanced to ensure its gentle alkaline effect to the skin. Only the purest essential oils and herbs are used.
Bittersweet Soaps have been featured on Home & Garden Television and included in the “goodie bags” at the Emmy Awards and the American Music Awards.
Renowned artist Doug Bratcher is a nationally known craftsman, handcrafting barrels, buckets, kegs and churns in the traditional style. Doug creates barrels for movies, historic sites, national parks and Civil War reenactments. Bratcher Cooperage has been in business for more than 20 years.
Visit Bratcher Cooperage and watch the barrel creation first-hand. Check out the gift shop for a wide selection of "Made in the USA" gifts, cards and accessories.
We house marriage records, land records, and probate records from the time the county formed in 1822. We also have family files for many early settlers here. Find cemetery records for major and even small family burial grounds; also, we have files for businesses and communities up to about 1900. We have more than 10,000 photo images scanned and indexed. For research, we charge $5 per day or $15 per year, plus the cost of copies. We are an all-volunteer organization not funded by any government entity.
The painted and ceramic murals tell the story of Clay County's colorful and enlivening past. Murals can be found throughout the courthouse and public buildings in Liberty. To commemorate the 200th anniversary of the Lewis & Clark expedition, the Fine Arts Council commissioned a painted outdoor mural featuring the Corps of Discovery's westward journey; a project dedicated June 24, 2004, in observance of the expedition landing in Clay County.
Come visit the Clay County Museum located on the Historic Square in downtown Liberty. Enjoy this building, which was constructed in 1865 and operated as a drug store and doctor's office until becoming a museum in 1963. Explore three levels of period displays showcasing the history of Clay County. A $3 donation per person is requested.
Perfect for business and leisure travelers, this Comfort Inn is two miles from the KCI Airport. Complimentary shuttle service to the airport, 4:30 a.m.-11 p.m. We offer a free hot breakfast, 5 a.m.-9 a.m.
Indoor salt-water pool and hot tub. We offer rooms with king beds and rooms with double queen beds.
Visit our website for details and reservations.
Corbin Mill was built in 1889 by O. H. Corbin and Sons as a flour mill on land given by presidential grant to those displaced by the New Madrid earthquake of the early 1800s. As times changed, so did the usage of the mill. In 1922 it became a feed mill, and in 1945, it was purchased by the United Cooperatives.
Today, the mill retains many of its original architectural features including a 24-inch thick limestone foundation, 12-inch to 18-inch thick walls with a tin standing seam roof. The mill was situated by the Great Spring around which the city of Liberty was founded and which was restored to a park-like setting in 1991.
Now used as an artisan retail center, Corbin Mill houses hand work arts and supplies for rug hooking, knitting, embroidery, beading, and cross stitch.
Good home-style restaurant where comfort food is king. Favorites range from fried chicken to old-fashion chicken noodle soup, biscuits and gravy to pork tenderloin, and our house-made cinnamon rolls. Come on in—we'll make you feel like part of our family.
Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Other locations in Independence and Riverside. (See separate listings.)
Offering comprehensive receptive services and tour design throughout Missouri. Itineraries are developed on-site and customized for your preferences, developed to match your criteria: leisure; student travel; culinary arts; education; historical; and incentive. We specialize in unique tours, always striving to stay on the forefront of industry trends. We bring your tour to life with historic interpreters, actors and entertainers.
Marketing support, guide services and on-site hosting available. Special arrangements for travelers from the United Kingdom, Canada and Europe.
We offer old merchandise, from primitive to Victorian — 90 percent pre-1960s. You'll find oak, pine, walnut and cherry furniture; glassware; dishes; pottery; crockery; stoneware; toys; prints; frames; dressing table items, sewing collectibles; cabin decor; Western items; and American Indian collectibles; jewelry; and loads of small interesting things from years gone by. Specialty booths include a Western corral booth, tools booth, fancy clocks booth, and showcases specialize in marbles, pocket watches, corkscrews, Steiff animals, R.S. Prussia, Roseville, Hull, Weller and other American art pottery, costume jewelry, Hamms Beer collectibles, Indian beaded items, Victorian glass, Depression & Carnival glass, jadeite and collectible glass throughout the 1900's.
At Enchanted Frog catalog-ordered reproductions are unacceptable and so is junk. Price tags are placed where you can see them. There's truly something for everyone and fun for all.
Every day is free popcorn day! Our lot is trailer-friendly, with space to turn around. Come see us soon!
Whether a business or leisure traveler, we are ready to provide you with superior guest satisfaction. Our newly renovated guestrooms include microwaves and mini-refridgerators, along with 27-inch flatscreen TVs. We also have new pillow-top bedding in all guestrooms. Area attractions include Worlds of Fun and Oceans of Fun, Ameristar and Harrah's casinos, and the Truman Sports Complex (home of the Kansas City Chiefs and Royals), the Power and Light District and a variety of shopping options.
Our winery offers wine tasting, wine and other beverages, custom-blended spices and oils, gift baskets, wine merchandise and wine accessories. Enjoy wine in the tasting room and on the patio, overlooking the vineyards. Private tasting, tours and events are available.
The outdoor fire pit is a great gathering place. Call ahead and we will create a picnic for you; or feel free to bring a picnic and we will help you pair it with wine. On days we have live music, be sure to come early and get a good seat.
Kids and pets are welcome, but you need to clean-up after both. Kites, a bottle of bubbles, a Frisbee and your bocce set are always welcome. We have a book exchange, board games and cards to use while you relax at the vineyard.
Located 40 minutes from downtown Kansas City. Visit our website for details, events and music schedules.
Please note: It is against Missouri law to carry any outside wine, liquor and beer onto a winery’s property – leave your beverages in the car.
The Freedom Fountain stands on the northeast corner of courthouse square, at the intersection of Franklin and Water streets. This fountain honors the achievements of the Civil Rights movement; an informational marker is adjacent.
The ghosts of Liberty tell stories of battle and of nature. Learn about the ghostly construction worker; the haunted courthouse; and the doctor who tossed body parts out of the window after surgery. This tour features the business district, college and cemetery.
Tours depart from Belvoir Winery. Because of the nature of the tour, only those ages 12 and older may participate.
Reservations are required.
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