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Heritage Plaza


1034 W. Lexington Ave.
Independence , MO 64050
United States

(??.? miles from you)


Heritage Plaza


(??.? miles from you)

1034 W. Lexington Ave.
Independence , MO 64050
United States


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Why You Should Go...

Heritage Plaza contains two of the oldest structures in Jackson County, homes that predate the Civil War. The Flournoy home contains period items of the 1830s and has ties to the early days of Independence and of Latt

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Why You Should Go...

Heritage Plaza contains two of the oldest structures in Jackson County, homes that predate the Civil War. The Flournoy home contains period items of the 1830s and has ties to the early days of Independence and of Latter Day Saints in Jackson County; the Stallcup home contains items from the 1940s when it was the home of the 3rd president of Community of Christ (Frederick M. Smith). Both homes provide insight into the early life of settlers at the beginning of the trails West. The third home was built by Dr. Joseph Luff in 1908. He was the first administrator of the Independence Sanitarium when it opened in 1909. It was the city's primary hospital for many years.

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Insider Info Open April 1 through September 30, Tuesday through Saturday, 10:00 to 5:00. Tours are available year-round by calling or emailing for an appointment. Closed July 4. Visit the Heritage Plaza website for updated changes to the schedule. Public bus service available Monday through Saturday. Heritage Plaza is located one block west of Community of Christ Temple landmark.
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Why You Should Go...

Heritage Plaza contains two of the oldest structures in Jackson County, homes that predate the Civil War. The Flournoy home contains period items of the 1830s and has ties to the early days of Independence and of Latter Day Saints in Jackson County; the Stallcup home contains items from the 1940s when it was the home of the 3rd president of Community of Christ (Frederick M. Smith). Both homes provide insight into the early life of settlers at the beginning of the trails West. The third home was built by Dr. Joseph Luff in 1908. He was the first administrator of the Independence Sanitarium when it opened in 1909. It was the city's primary hospital for many years.

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What You Should Know...

Extra Fun

Insider Info Open April 1 through September 30, Tuesday through Saturday, 10:00 to 5:00. Tours are available year-round by calling or emailing for an appointment. Closed July 4. Visit the Heritage Plaza website for updated changes to the schedule. Public bus service available Monday through Saturday. Heritage Plaza is located one block west of Community of Christ Temple landmark.

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