Historic Downtown Liberty

This sample itinerary can be customized for any time of year.

Discover a timeless blend of fascinating American history along with upbeat cotemporary shopping and dining. Historic Downtown Liberty has a delightful mix of old and new stores located in architecturally beautiful buildings on the square, in addition to unique shops nestled on side streets and byways.

12 – 1:00pm
Start your day with a light lunch at Kathy’s Liberty Square Bakery & Deli. Choose from homemade bakery treats, hot and cold deli sandwiches, delicious sides, coffee, espresso and cold drinks.

1 – 3:00pm
Dive into history at the Jesse James Bank Museum. Your group will be able to see the bank as it was in 1866, complete with period furnishings. Hear the story of the nation’s first successful daylight peacetime bank robbery as told by the bank teller. A museum store offers many historical books, period-style toys and games, and other souvenir keepsakes.

3 – 4:00pm
One of the nation’s largest sutleries in existence awaits your group at James Country Mercantile. Browse historically accurate goods, patterns and custom sewing, as well as research, consultation and associated services connected to the Civil War era.

4 – 6:00pm
Dinner will be served at Luigi’s Italian Restaurant this evening. Luigi’s can accommodate groups in two different seating areas, and features limited menus or buffet options if desired.

6 – 7:00pm
Check into a local group-friendly hotel and freshen up for tonight’s events.

7 – 9:00pm
Corbin Theatre Co.
invites your groups to sit back, relax, and enjoy a show! With a wide array of events and shows, you’re bound to find a performance to suit your group!

For more information or to customize this sample itinerary for your group, contact Historic Downtown Liberty at 816-781-3575 or visit them online at www.historicdowntownliberty.org.

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