Carnegie Library

category : Carnegie Libraries
Carnegie Library Webb City's library, built in 1914, is one of the few active Carnegie libraries in Missouri. Housed in an elegant stone building highlighting Webb City's mining heritage, the library provides traditional library services, a fine genealogy collection, ten patron computers with Internet access, and over 80 learning programs for children from birth through high school.

Hours: Mon, Tues, & Thurs, 10am to 8pm
Weds & Fri, 10am to 5pm
Sat, 11am to 4pm

Address: 101 S. Liberty
Phone: 417-673-4326

Come visit us in Webb City, Missouri

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Southwest Missouri Electric Railroad

A.H. Rogers built a mule-drawn streetcar line from Webb City to Carterville in 1889, predeccessor of the South West Missouri Electric Railway. Established in 1893, it was expanded in the 1900s to a vast interurban system.

Webb City, MO Railroad History

Outdoor Mural

This mural painted on the old Route 66

Webb City, MO Arts

Main Street Music Theatre

Formerly the Route 66 Music Theatre, the Main Street Music Theatre features a Saturday night Branson-style musical variety show in the newly restored art nouveau movie house of the 1940

Webb City, MO Theatres

Old Route 66

The 100 block of North Main remains as a section of the historical old Route 66

Webb City, MO Historic Downtowns

Webb City Mural

"The Webb City Story" - Jack Dawson


Webb City, MO Arts

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