Unique Landmarks in Clay!
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Unique Landmarks in Clay!

Did you know that Clay County is home to several unique landmarks that make perfect additions to any sightseeing tour of our communities?

Here are just a few of our favorites!

Children’s Fountain

Where: Burlington St., Kansas City, MO 64116

First turned on June 21, 1995, the Children’s Fountain’s dedication reads “the bronze figures represent children everywhere to whom this fountain is dedicated and the activities that shape young lives making childhood a joy”.

Liberty Mural

Where: Historic Downtown Liberty

Added recently to the landscape of Downtown Liberty, this fun mural shows off several unique Liberty locations that you'll recognize after a short walk around the square. It also features Visit Liberty's brand new "Give Me Liberty" logo!

Veteran's Memorial

Where: Anita B. Gorman Park

N Holmes St. at NE Vivion Rd., Kansas City, MO 64116

Located just a short walk away from the Northland Fountain in Anita B. Gorman Park, this memorial honors Clay County veterans who were killed in action.

The Northland Fountain

Where: Anita B. Gorman Park

Southeast corner of North Oak Trafficway & N.E. Vivion Rd.

The Northland Fountain is comfortably situated along the trail in Kansas City’s Anita B. Gorman Park. The fountain is particularly stunning in the winter, as it is often left on despite below freezing temperatures, leaving the fountain a beautiful sculpture of ice—it’s a truly unique sight.

The Superior Well Pagoda

Where: Superior St. & Roosevelt Ave., Excelsior Springs, MO 64024

This unique landmark is one of the only remaining spring pagodas left intact in the city and is one of the last standing pieces of Excelsior Springs' mineral water past! Originally built around the spring in 1901, the currently standing stone structure was built in 1902.

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