shops, home décor,
fashion boutiques, jewelry stores, and
more on and near
our historic town square. Eat at one of our
local restaurants and micro brewery.
There is also much more shopping
and restaurants nearby, with standard stores such as Target and
Wal-Mart. We will be happy to direct you.
Museums and Archives:
Clay County Historical
Museum, the Jesse James Bank Museum, and
the Historic Liberty Jail, all on or near the historic
town square. The
Clay County Archives and
Historical Library is just off the square.
Step back in time at the Shoal Creek Living History Museum in Hodge Park just
a couple of miles to the west.
Stocksdale Park, with a fishing
lake and off-leash
Dog Park, or several jogging trails around the Liberty area.
Watkins Mill State Park just a few miles north, or
Smithville Lake a short drive away. And the
Cardinal Hill Golf Course is just up the road.
Jesse James sites:
Besides the Jesse James Bank Museum,
you can visit Jesse's birthplace at the
James Farm in nearby Kearney, MO,
or where he was killed in St. Joseph, MO (a little
further afield). We will be happy to provide
directions and further information.
Liberty is the home of
William Jewell College, located within easy walking
distance from The Stone-Yancey House.
Corbin Theatre Company, located on the Liberty Historic
Downtown Square, provides live theatrical and musical entertainment.
Liberty Symphony Orchestra (made up of William
Jewell College students, faculty and members of the
Kansas City area community) presents a series of four
regular concerts and a series of educational concerts.
The Liberty Cinema 12 features first run movies.
Just a short drive up the road to Kearney is the
Kearney Amphitheater, an outdoor venue featuring
some great entertainment.
Other sites and attractions:
There are many other
sites and attractions in the surrounding Clay County and
nearby Kansas City metropolitan area. Just let us
know if you need maps, directions or more information.