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Broadway Buffet (aka Atlas)
Salt Sulphur Spring Pavilion by Elms Hotel
Blenders Restaurant (later Gold Dust)
Excelsior Springs Fair Association Harness Race - 1909
Wabash Depot (now Wabash BBQ)
Sheraton Elms Tallyho
Milwaukee Depot
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John Q Taxpayer - in front of Hall of Waters
DX Station on Thompson Ave
Excelsior Springs Mineral Water Bottling Company
Jones Soda Well
Riding Club in front of Benton Hotel
Regent Spring Park with Swinging Bridge in the background
Excelsior Springs
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First Elms Hotel - 1888
Excelsior Springs Hunt Club
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Castle Rock Hotel (later Spa View Nursing Home)
Siloam Spring Pavilion & Sulpho Saline Pavilion - 1905
Original Siloam Spring Pavilion - 1888
2020.70.3a Broadway Buffet (aka Atlas) Salt Sulphur Spring Pavilion by Elms Hotel Blenders Restaurant (later Gold Dust) Excelsior Springs Fair Association Harness Race - 1909 Wabash Depot (now Wabash BBQ) Sheraton Elms Tallyho Milwaukee Depot 2020.106.6a John Q Taxpayer - in front of Hall of Waters DX Station on Thompson Ave Excelsior Springs Mineral Water Bottling Company Jones Soda Well Riding Club in front of Benton Hotel Regent Spring Park with Swinging Bridge in the background Excelsior Springs 2020.84.13a First Elms Hotel - 1888 Excelsior Springs Hunt Club 2020.106.7a Castle Rock Hotel (later Spa View Nursing Home) Siloam Spring Pavilion & Sulpho Saline Pavilion - 1905 Original Siloam Spring Pavilion - 1888

2022

  • The Museum is open Tuesday-Saturday, 11AM-4PM.
  • Oct. 12-15: Fall Rummage Sale
  • Oct. 24-Nov. 3: Online Benefit Auction
  • Nov. 3: Annual Membership Dinner
  • Nov. 15: Annual Membership Business Meeting

2023

  • Dec. 1, 1022-Jan. 30, 2023: Museum's annual winter break.
  • Feb. 1, 2023-Mar. 31, 2023: Museum reopens on a three-day schedule (Tues, Fri, Sat)
  • Apr. 1, 2023: Museum reopens on its normal five-day schedule

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Excelsior Springs Museum & Archives
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Wish List: The ES Genealogy Society has created its latest Founding Family display: The Isleys, whose name is remembered in many local landmarks. We'd welcome additions of Isley family or artifacts. Topping our priorities: a photo of Jeremiah Isley himself, who platted much of the land that we know as the East End. Nice photos of him and his wife, Lydia Cravens Isley, ran in the Oct. 17, 1975 "Early Bird" publication. The photos may have belonged to Isley descendants, now deceased. Neither photo is in our archives. If you have information or copies of the photos, we'd love it if you would share them with us! ... See MoreSee Less
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