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Shoal Creek Living History Museum

Remains of Stollings House
Remains of Stollings House

Shoal Creek Living History Museum is a humble, admission-free nearby park featuring 19th century Missouri buildings. The 1885 Stollings House recently burned to the ground.

Buffalo at Shoal Creek
Buffalo at Shoal Creek

12th and Vine

Sign at the famous corner
Sign at the famous corner

The intersection referenced by Lieber and Stoller's classic 1952 song Kansas City is no longer even an intersection, the area having been razed in the 1960s to make way for public housing. An ornamental sign post and a faded informational display are all that are left. 18th and Vine, on the other side of interstate 70, remains.

EV Parking

Electric Vehicles Only
Electric Vehicles Only

Blue Angels

In Formation
In Formation
Vapor
Vapor

Independence, Missouri

Temple Lot
Temple Lot

The Temple Lot was said by Joseph Smith to be the center of New Jerusalem and believed by early adherants to be the side of the Garden of Eden.

Flowers at the Stone Church
Flowers at the Stone Church

The Stone Church was completed in 1888 as the headquarters of one of a number of LDS churches in the area.

Jackson County Courthouse
Jackson County Courthouse

Located in the center of Independence, it was here that Harry S. Truman was county judge in the early 1920s. County offices have since moved away and the new county courthouse is in downtown Kansas City.

Zombie Outbreak Response Team
Zombie Outbreak Response Team