Our first stop of the day will be at the Patee House Museum. Built as an elegant 140-room hotel in 1858, the Patee House served as headquarters for the Pony Express. Afterwards, we will cross the street to tour the infamous house where Jesse James was shot and killed in 1882. After a delicious lunch we will visit the Pony Express museum, which was refurbished in 1993. Out final tour will be of the Missouri Valley Trust Building. We will see it as it was in 1859 with is ornate carved oak woodwork and cast iron pillars. We will stop at the Russell Stover outlet to purchase sweets for the journey home.
Call 816-439-4360 or visit www.ci.liberty.mo.us/ParksOnline to register. Registration is open to the first 28 reservations or until March 5. The trip date is April 6.