Journey through an "excursion destination" like no other. Learn the story behind this beautifully restored landmark, built when the Katy Complex was the center of town. Stroll through the Sedalia of yesteryear. Traveling exhibits throughout the year.
Want to get out on the trail while you're in town? The Katy Depot is a full-service Katy Trail trailhead. Champion Bicycles sales, service and rentals is connected to the depot and ready to help start your biking adventure.
Spending a day on the Katy Trail is so easy in Sedalia due to Champion Bicycles being located in the historic Katy Depot. They offers rentals, new and used sales, full service and repairs, parts and accessories, plus an assortment of refreshments and snacks.
Great barbecue with a great atmosphere.
Kehde's is decorated with a railroad theme; you can even eat in a railroad dining car that is attached to the restaurant. Kids and adults love it.
Take a tour of a circa 1900 castle on a hill. Bothwell Lodge represents early 20th century extravagant living. It was built by Sedalia lawyer and politician John H. Bothwell. Hiking, mountain biking and picnicking are available on site. Bothwell Lodge is off Route 65, approximately six miles north of Sedalia. For tour information, visit the website. Tours: $4; ages 6-12, $2.50; younger than 6, free.