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Visit Lexington!

Lexington is legendary for its history, vintage homes, festivals and shopping opportunities. Main Street boasts a distinctive collection of antique shops, specialty stores and restaurants. The River City Players offer quality entertainment year ’round. Lexington Parks & Recreation sponsors a full schedule of youth and adult programs. The beautiful countryside surrounding the city is home to wineries, orchards and growers.

Attractions

  • Battle of Lexington State Historic Site
  • Lexington Historical Museum
  • Madonna of the Trail Statue
  • Lafayette County Veterans Memorial
  • Old Neighborhoods Historic District
  • Highland Avenue Historic District

Events

  • Business (Spring - Fall)
  • Wine & Dine (Biannual - Even Years)
  • Lexington Community Fair
  • Old Homes Tour (Biannual - Even Years)
  • Apples, Arts & Antiques Festival
  • Festival of Lights
  • Christmas Homes Town (Biannual - Odd Years)

Recreational Facilities

  • Public Swimming Pools: 1
  • Public Parks: 6
  • Public Baseball/ Softball Field: 4
  • Public Access lake or river: 2 Fishing, Trolling Motor
  • Camping, Hiking/Nature Trails

Educational & Entertainment Venues in and Around Lexington

Cannonball 6 Cinema
1125 Franklin
Lexington, MO 64067
660.259.7006

Confederate Memorial State Historic Site
211 West First Street
Higginsville, MO 64037
660-584-2853
Confederate Memorial State Historic Site

Lexington Historical Museum
112 S Highway 13
Lexington, MO 64067
660.259.6313

Lexington Park Board Pool
1 Lions Club Park
Lexington, MO 64067
660.259.4811

Trails Regional Library
1008 Main Street
Lexington, MO 64067
660.259.3071

Where to Go For Information on Tourism


For tourism information, go to
www.VisitLexingtonMo.com
Lexington Tourism Bureau
1110 Main Street
Lexington, MO 64067
660-259-4711
tourism@visitlexingtonmo.com

Lexington in Fact

>Has the largest number of antebellum homes per capita in the State of Missouri.

> Was home to William B. Waddell, partner in Russell, Majors and Waddell, founder of the Pony Express

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