Parkville Travel Guide

  • RAnge views ot the town buildings
    RAnge views ot the town buildings
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  • Row of old style buildings.
    Row of old style buildings.
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Parkville Things to Do

  • New Antique Mall

    Ok, for all of you antiquer's here's a new one for you. It's called Parkville Antique Mall. It consists of 12,000 square feel of antiques, over 100 vendor booths!

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  • Park University

    It got the start back in 1875 form Colonel Park, the founder of Parkville town, and Dr. McAfee who started the College. They had 17 students to start, and they helped build the buildings of Mackey Hall and Scott Observatory in 1893-96. They had their own power plant and and underground facility for storage. The campus is unchanged and now has...

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  • Downtown Stores heading up the hill

    There are around 20+ stores on the main drag in downtown, and most all are for retail selling of antiques, jewelry, knick knacks, retro furniture, and tourist type items. They are fun to walk through, but I am not much of a shopper so would in time sit down and wait.Colonel Park started the town in 1838 with an expansion of the area in buying land...

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  • Date Night Fun...Putt Putt.....

    Parkville Mini Golf & Ice Cream Shop. Perfect for your next date night, or fun out with the kids. It has a fantastic view, since it's at the top of the hill overlooking downtown.

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  • Park University

    Shown above is the main administration of this progressive, four-year liberal arts college, founded in 1875. Several of the buildings on campus are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.Although the enrollment on the Parkville campus is not large, the university offers classes at a couple of satelite locations in the Kansas City metro...

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  • Walking tour

    Pick up a walking tour brochure from the Mainstreet Parkville Association or the Chamber of Commerce. Follow the guide to see the sites of this quaint turn-of-the-century town. If you enjoy antique shops, art galleries, specialty shops and restaurants, you'll be in your element.I learned that the brightly colored ice cream parlor in this picture is...

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Parkville Restaurants

  • Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar

    This is a newer restaurant in Parkville. I've not yet eaten there, but it looks clean and very nice, and I will be trying it very soon.

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  • Upscale French Theme

    The appetizers we had were very tasty and well presented. They are mostly-maybe open only for events any more since traffic died down in the Recession today. They have another restaurant in Briarcliff nearby so this got eclipsed. About 4 decent restaurants are in midtown, but all must be suffering since tourism declined Try a French something

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  • Everybody Loves Pizza!

    Stone Canyon is a local favorite. They are located right downtown Parkville near the shopping area. Their menu includes their specialty, Pizza, along with sandwiches, and salads. Their specialty pizza's make them unique.The atmosphere is casual and friendly. They also have a full bar.

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Parkville Nightlife

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    by Jewelslover Written May 1, 2005

    I've not been inside, but I thought it might be fun. The sign said they have live music and dancing on Friday nights. It looks like a pretty big place, it's usually used as a banquet facility.

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    Olde Mill

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Parkville Shopping

  • Shopping for a Gift?

    This is a really cute store, my mother's favorite. They have all sorts of gift items, from candles, to artwork, to College logo items. Great gifts for Mother's Day, baby gift, or any special occasion. There is alot of stuff in this store and all sorts of nooks and crannies to check out!

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  • Shopping in Parkville

    There are a variety of fun boutique shops in Parkville. Anything from gifts, to a year-round Christmas store, kitchen shops, art stores, home decorations, to clothing, and antiques. There is even a popular scrapbooking store in Parkville. Unique gift ideas, christmas deorations.

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Parkville Off The Beaten Path

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    by Maria250 Updated Aug 7, 2011

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    The Parkville Farmers Market is a friendly grower verified market located at English Landing Park in Downtown Parkville. You can support your local Missouri farmers and take home healthy assorted fruits and vegetables, meats, farm fresh eggs, local honey & honey by-products, jams and jellies, homemade baked breads & sweet treats, plants and cut flowers, herbs, and mushrooms.

    City Hall of Parkville
    8880 Clark Ave
    Parkville, MO 64152
    ph: 816-741-7676
    http://www.parkvillemo.com/

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