Located inside the historic Hall of Waters in downtown Excelsior Springs, the Visitor Center features the world's longest water bar and Art Deco multi-story solarium. Learn More
Our Latest News!
Check out the blog of Lyndsey Baxter, DEP Director, and keep up-to-date with all the latest happenings, plus read archives for more information about DEP and how we are creating a vibrant new downtown! Learn more
May 2-6, 2019
The Roaring '20s: artists, live music, original poetry, vintage cars, fashion and more. Read More
June 15, 2019
This annual event places the wines of Missouri on display in the beautiful outdoor setting of Lover's Lane in East Valley Park. Sample local wines and great food. Browse the artists and crafts booths. Live music throughout the event. Read More
May 10-12, 2019 Come stay and play on one of these weekends: featured artists, live music, expanded shopping hours! Read More
Hall of Waters Ghost Tours
Excelsior Springs is rich with ghost stories and haunting tales. One of the most recent venues available for taking a paranormal tour is the Hall of Waters. Guests will be given a tour with a history of the Hall and surrounding area. Special paranormal investigative video room now accessible. Read More
Our Next Project
New Pocket Park!
Our newest downtown pocket park will be located on Thompson Ave., coming Spring 2019! Want to help with this project? Learn More
2018 Annual Report
In 2018, Downtown Excelsior Springs and the Downtown Excelsior Partnership enjoyed a year filled with excitement, success and growth. Download our Annual Report now!
Share Your Story!
Send us your story about your visit to Excelsior Springs.
We would like to know about your favorite places to shop, eat and stay. Learn More
Happening Every Month
Featured artists, great food and late night shopping the second weekend each month in downtown Excelsior Springs. Learn More
City of Excelsior Springs video highlights progress during past year, promise of exciting new things happening now!View Our Video
Excelsior Springs is ideally located to area entertainment. Minutes from regional attractions: Watkins Mill State Historic Park, scenic Tryst Falls, Jesse James Home and more. Learn More