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Hall of Waters Visitors Center

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Heather A wrote a review Nov 2020
Kansas22 contributions6 helpful votes
This is a diamond in the rough waiting for the right investor! Seriously, I think this town could make money again if they tapped into those old wells and started back up in the ‘healing waters’ / personal health business. I loved the history of this place and the amazing representation of the Art Deco period. The building has really fallen into disrepair and is no longer used, but it is still fun to venture through. Check out the old water bar! I can envision it open again one day selling water!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Dawn M wrote a review Mar 2020
Brookfield, Missouri628 contributions91 helpful votes
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The architecture of the hall is stunning along with the light fixtures and other details. I enjoyed seeing and reading about the history. Make sure to see the hall, the bath house section and go downstairs to see the pool. Was probably a very amazing place to see in action years ago. No entrance fee, donation only.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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TravelinLyd wrote a review Jan 2020
Davis, West Virginia87 contributions13 helpful votes
Incredible building with so much history and things to enjoy. Very educational and easy walkability when touring the area on foot!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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John M wrote a review Oct 2019
Jefferson City, Missouri391 contributions117 helpful votes
There is a small museum, uncurated, and the hall has a self-guided signage tour. No water, though. But it’s free and historic.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Julie Burch wrote a review Jul 2019
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Sadly there's no longer much to it. It was very hot in the building, there was no water to sample, nobody is bottling anything from the springs, seems to have steadily gone downhill from my past visits over the years. I have no idea where the actual springs are, saw no signs in town, probably not even accessible. Too bad, it could be a thriving destination place like Eureka Springs or Hot Springs, Arkansas, which are very cool places where you can see the springs and fill containers with spring waters in several places (more accessible in Hot Springs).
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Date of experience: July 2019
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