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Excelsior Springs Things to Do

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    by NorineP Written Oct 4, 2002

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    Visit the sculpture garden or go shopping for antiques or maps, take a tour of the Excelsior Springs Historic Museum, biking, get a spa treatment or go to a dinner theatre. There is something for everyone.
    Charming, old buildings, lovely park areas, relaxing spas.

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Excelsior Springs Hotels

  • Elms Resort And Spa

    The best place in town is The Elms Resort and Spa. The hotel has been renovated and is beautiful. If...

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  • Inn on Crescent Lake

    1261 St. Louis Ave., Excelsior Springs, Missouri, 64024, United States

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

Excelsior Springs Restaurants

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    by NorineP Written Oct 4, 2002

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    Another interesting looking establishment was the Mill Restaurant. It appeared to have occupied its corner of the world for awhile

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    by NorineP Written Oct 4, 2002

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    We didn't have a chance to eat at any of the restaurants, but The Inn on Crescent Lake looked like a wonderful spot to while away the time

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Excelsior Springs Favorites

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    by NorineP Written Oct 4, 2002

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    Favorite thing: Visit the Hall of Waters, home to the world's longest water bar where you can taste the local mineral waters or waters from around the world. Some taste like champagne or wine, others like fresh fruit.

    Visiting the historic Hall of Waters is like stepping back into time. The building is in the American Art Deco style but also decorated with many Mayan chiefs.

    The Hall of Waters is a court room, a visitor's center, a place to pay the water bill and you can even take a driving test. No matter which season in which you choose to visit, there is always something beautiful and magical about this grand old lady.

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