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​Webb City Mural

100 N. Main

This 30-foot oil painted mural depicts 100 years of Webb City history and is on permanent display inside one of the city’s oldest businesses, Mid-Missouri Bank, and can be viewed during business hours.

​Route 66 Mural

101 W. Daugherty

This mural highlights places along Route 66 and is located on the east side of the Bruner Pharmacy building. The mural was painted by artist John Biggs.

Webb City Public Library

101 S. Liberty / 417-673-4326

The Webb City Public Library is one of the few Andrew Carnegie libraries still being used. The new addition to the library building blends well with the original structure. The building exterior has samples of the lead and zinc mined in this area. The interior has beautiful stained glass windows that are a must-see to Webb City residents and visitors alike.

Route 66 Movie Theater

24 S. Main Street / 417-673- 1155

A renovated, nostalgic theater from the era of Route 66. Great affordable family entertainment.

​Route 66 Lakeside Mural

112 W. Broadway

Located inside the Route 66 Welcome Center / Chamber of Commerce offices, artist John Biggs portrayed vintage automobiles and motorcycles in a rural setting just east of Webb City along Route 66. Of special interest in the Lakeside Route 66 Mural is the bridge constructed in 1922. The 8-foot by 16-foot mural is a great photo opportunity for Route 66 tourists and Webb City visitors.

​Mount Hope Cemetery

3700 Range Line Road

An outdoor chapel and Veteran’s Memorial inscribed with the names of 77 Missouri Congressional Medal of Honor recipients is located on the grounds of this cemetery.

​Webb City Farmers Market Mural

Broadway & Main Street on the wall of the Middlewest Building

Lead muralist Kyle McKenzie, a Webb City native, raised donations for the project through Kickstarter. The mural, on the north wall of the MIddlewest Building at Main and Broadway Streets, depicts a moment when the market is being set up, before the shoppers arrive. It shows a large grassy field leading into the market pavilion, where vendors are unloading their goods. Also included are the Children’s Community Garden and the bell that is rung to signal the market’s opening. He sought input on the design from farmers market vendors and shoppers, and invited volunteers to help paint the mural.

​The Clubhouse Museum

115 N. Madison, Tours by appointment contact (417) 673-5866

In 1910 the clubhouse was the home of the Southwest Missouri Electric Railway Company, the museum now houses a Webb City Historic Museum.

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