Welcome!

Follow in the steps of Santa Fe Trail traders, steamboat captains and Civil War soldiers. Visit Lexington’s storied courthouse, the Civil War battlefield, beautiful antebellum homes and four unique historic districts. Shop in our antique and specialty shops. Dine in our locally-owned charming restaurants. Stay in one of our interesting Inns or quaint B&Bs.

 

Make Lexington your home base as you explore the beauty and bounty of Lafayette County’s orchard country and five wineries. You’ll feel welcome for a day, a weekend, perhaps even a lifetime. Just 45 minutes east of downtown Kansas City, Missouri, Lexington is located in Lafayette County and is the start of the Old Trails Region. Come and add to our legends!

Boutique shopping! Browse for antiques, books, apparel, and things you might least expect. Shop our

historic downtown, then

explore nearby orchards

and wineries.

See you soon!

We can help customize an

itinerary for your group or

tour, making your visit to

Lexington more enjoyable.

Call us at 660-259-4711 or

email for assistance in arranging historical tours, meals, or other requests.

Click here to download your Tour map and audio tours. Learn more about the legends in Lexington’s four Historic Districts! This unique audio tour lets HEAR our history as you visit tour stops.

Lexington Calendar of Events

Become Part of the Legends!

Block 42 Bash & Annual Membership Dinner

May 7, 2015

 

Join the Friends of Lexington Tourism and step back to the hey-day of Lexington's Block 42 for an evening of great fun and outstanding entertainment. Relax while you enjoy fine cuisine and great libations, Help move Lexington forward and support local tourism while you enjoy an evening of food, fun and entertainment.

FEATURED EVENT

Find unique apparel, antiques, books & more!

Don't just see history...Stay in it!

About the cannonball in our courthouse.

Lexington Tourism Bureau  |  927 Main St.  |  Lexington, MO  64067  |  660-259-4711  |  866-837-4711  |  tourism@VisitLexingtonMo.com

© 2015 Lexington Tourism Bureau  |  Sitemap