Hall of Waters Historic District

Excelsior Springs City, Clay County, MO

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The Hall of Waters Historic District is the commercial center of Excelsior Springs with a cohesive collection of historic vernacular commercial buildings, surrounded by small residential neighborhoods. The period of interpretation for the district is 1881-1937, with buildings constructed within this time frame reflecting the influence of the Victorian, Neoclassical and Art Deco Styles. The commercial buildings within the local district reflect the architecture of the time period in which they were constructed, including the density of their construction, their scale, street presence, type and styles. The residential portions of the district include both single-family and multi-family dwellings. There are also several churches within the district, each with their own unique architectural style. [1]

  1. Excelsior Springs, Missouri, Hall of Waters Historic District Guidelines, 2010, www.eshpc.org, accessed April, 2015.

Nearby Neighborhoods

Street Names
Broadway Avenue East • Broadway Avenue West • Elizabeth Street • Excelsior Street East • Excelsior Street West • Foley Street • Isley Boulevard • Kansas City Avenue South • Main Street North • Main Street South • Marietta Street North • Marietta Street South • Mill Street • Penn Street • River Street • Saratoga Street • South Street • Spring Street • Thompson Avenue North • Thompson Avenue South

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