- Our list of the best things to do in Warrensburg, Missouri, features the top 9 nearby activities — including 3 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Warrensburg, MO has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Amusement, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 6 things to do within the city of Warrensburg, MO , followed by 3 popular activities in nearby cities, including Knob Noster, Warsaw and Sedalia
Showcasing the talent of the students from the William Jewell College theater program, Jewell Theatre Company offers, on average, 5 productions a year for the community to attend. The theater performances range from Shakespeare to contemporary plays.
In historic downtown Liberty, visitors can see the Clay County Courthouse, Corbin Theater, Freedom Fountain Jesse James Bank Museum, William Jewell College Liberty Spring and Corbin Mall among many other sites. Visitors can also shop and eat in independent businesses.
This bank in Liberty, Missouri was the site of the first peacetime daytime bank robbery, and although the robbers were never caught, the robbery was attributed to the James Gang. At the museum, visitors can see the bank as it was on that cold day in February 1866.
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4420 Warwick Blvd, Kansas City, MO 64111 MoreLess Info
Founded in 1885, the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art is the first cultural institution in Kansas City. Both modern and contemporary art collections are housed within the site with many rotational exhibits.
Northland Rolladium Skate Center is a skating rink that offers public roller skating several days a week and also holds classes and can be reserved for parties. They hold special events often including family nights once a week.
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14 N Main Street, Liberty, MO 64068 MoreLess Info
Located in a former drug store, Clay County Museum & Historical Society displays artifacts like agricultural tools and antique furniture. The museum features a collection of photographs from Jacob T. Hicks, showcasing portraits of individuals from the 19th century.