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Floriculture Building Horse Barn Horse Barn Teresa in Horse Barn
Poultry and Rabbits Building
MoDot Highway Gardens
MoDot Highway Gardens
The Sedelia State Fair is the showcase for the best in Missouri agriculture. Hundreds of exhibits, from livestock to fine arts, provide an interesting and educational experience. Most buildings are air conditioned and open well into the evening for browsers arriving late in the day.
Liberty Memorial - The National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial provides an extraordinary experience. The state-of-the-art Museum gives you the chance to explore and discover the nation’s most extensive assembly of artifacts, photography, art and narratives of the Great War ever presented in a single collection. The Museum introduces the war in unprecedented ways – through visual and audio sensory stimulation to mold an unforgettable experience in the minds of all visitors – young and old.
Union Station - Union Station offers visitors fine restaurants, unique shops, world-class field trips, birthday parties, corporate outings and much more. And you can still catch the train here via Amtrak.
Western Auto - The historic Western Auto building was built in 1915 originally built for the Coca-Cola Company and became home to Western Auto in the 1920s. The familiar 58-foot tall Western Auto sign is on the roof where residents have exclusive access. The landmark sign consists of 2,500 light bulbs and 1,000 feet of neon.
Chicago looks great from every angle, whether you’re exploring the city’s astonishing architecture during a guided tour (on foot or aboard a ChicagoRiver boat, lakeshore cruise or sightseeing bus) or you’re enjoying the birds-eye view from the 103rd floor of SkyDeck Chicago in the Willis Tower (formerly Sears Tower) and the 94th floor Handcock Observatory. The city’s 29 miles of lakefront paths are just one reason Chicago is one of the world’s most walkable and beautiful cities.