Head off I-35 down 152 which becomes Kansas, and you'll find yourself back in time, to tree-lined streets and rows of homes distinctive for their architecture and era. No cookie-cutters at work here, only unique structures all the way to the Liberty Square. It's the County Seat but so much more: the home of Jesse James' first daylight bank robbery, one hundred year old store fronts-- even antebellum brick and mortar. Go a block, and you'll find a Mormon Museum that attracts visitors from around the world; take a different direction and check out a cooperage and an old mill filled with unique shopping. High on a hill above the Square you can't miss William Jewell College and it's Jewell Hall used as a headquarters during the Civil War. Weekly Farmer's Markets and a Fall Festival keep Liberty a mix of old and new. It's a mix that works for me and why I call this lovely town, home.
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