In the "heart of town," you will find the Square, where Sarcoxie's retail area began. Still a congregating place, the centerpiece of the Square is the gazebo built in 1831
Established in 1885
Built in 1879, the depot began to fall into disrepair after the last train ran thorugh in 1960
The Temple houses a museum and bookstore, a 1600 seaat sanctuary with a soaring spiral ceiling, multi-cultural artwork and a 102 ran pipe organ. The Auditorium features a 5600
You'll be fascinated by the history that fills this rudimentary structure, which for four eyars served as the last courthouse between Independence an the Pacific Ocean. If walls could talk, we'
The dungeon-like cells of the 1859 Jail housed thousands of prisoners including Frank James and William Clark Quantrill of Quantrill's Raiders .Both the Jail and the Marshal'
The only museum of its kind in the world. Leila's Hair Museum is devoted to a Victorian art form that died out in the early 1900s. Display includes 160 plus hair "wreaths" plus over 2,000