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

2021

The Museum is open Tuesdays through Saturdays, 11AM-4PM. The entrance fee is $5 per person for nonmembers. The Missouri Bicentennial exhibit, “Struggle for Statehood” has been extended through May 28.

We will be closed May 29 for the Memorial Day weekend.

Have you participated in any of the bicentennial activities yet? Did you know the Struggle For Statehood has been extended at the Excelsior Springs Museum & Archives? Make sure to swing in and check it out before the end of the month...Communities across the state are joining in to celebrate the Missouri Bicentennial! These celebrations signify the strength and vitality of both community and statewide pride. The Missouri Bicentennial is a time to celebrate the rich heritage and culture of this great state and explore Missouri’s historic districts and downtowns. Have you been visiting events around the state that are listed in the Missouri Bicentennial Passport? We would love to hear your stories and see your photos! Share them with us using #Missouri2021 or by emailing Janie@MoMainStreet.org.www.momainstreet.org/bicentennial ... See MoreSee Less
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Here’s the archived version of last evening’s livestream full concert from Excelsior Springs Museum & Archives in Excelsior Sp., MO. The concert was sponsored by the Lincoln Association of the Arts (LAFTA) of Lincoln, NE. ... See MoreSee Less
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Spend some quality time with Mom at the Museum! Tours at 1:30 and 3:30 only today. The Missouri Bicentennial exhibits, "Struggle for Statehood" and "Ancestral Trails" will introduce you to the struggles and perseverance of your multiple great-great-great-grandmothers who traveled half the continent and braved the wilds of early Missouri to build a life here for you! ... See MoreSee Less
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