*Within walking distance of hotel
The Bingham-Waggoner Estate is recognized today as one of the most significant historical sites in western Missouri because of its role in the history of the area and the people that lived there. Plotted in 1827 on that super highway west called the Santa Fe Trail, the Estate played an important part in the region's history.
313 W Pacific Avenue
Mon - Sat 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
31-room mansion recognized as one of the finest examples of Second Empire Victorian architecture in the U.S.
1500 N Liberty Street
April – October & December
1859 Jail, Marshal's Home, and Museum*
Massive walls and barred windows that once housed Frank James give a chilling look at frontier justice; attached is a federalist style house that was home for the county marshal until the early 1930s and a museum with exhibits like handmade prison weapons.
217 N Main
Pioneer Spring Cabin
The austere two-room cabin offers a sharp contrast with the area's opulent Victorian estates. The typical 1850s log cabin gives an insight to everyday life in the pre-Civil War era. Originally constructed in the Brady Town Irish community, the cabin was moved to its present location in 1971.
111 E Maple Avenue
April - October