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Debi Boughton of the Kirksville Tourism Dept. shares insights on Kirksville
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Debi and Dustin of the Kirksville Tourism Department share insights on Kirksville's best treasures and offer suggestions about what to do, where to go, and how to play in your own backyard.
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Take a Tour… right in your own backyard!

Itinerary Series

One of our targeted focuses for Tourism is the group travel market. In order to make it easier for large groups to visit Kirksville, we create sample itineraries to distribute with suggested ideas.

We have decided to share those suggestions with our readers here, so that you can see the hidden gems we show our guests! In many cases, our office works directly with businesses to set up tours. If you and a group of friends are interested in a tour, but don’t know where to start- give us a call. We are happy to help!

Antique Shoppers Itinerary

Morning

Begin your day at Lawson Hill Antique Mall, with 34 vendors from Missouri and Iowa! Head downtown to visit Hidden Treasures, a 3 story consignment shop and Princess

Emporium, which is housed in the renovated Princess Theatre.

Afternoon

Enjoy lunch at Steve’s Garden Deli or The Greek Corner Gyros and then explore Linen

Lady Antiques, located in the historic Grim Building. You’ll love the original ceramic fireplace! Don’t forget to enjoy Brown Bear Antiques and Dee’s Good Old Days Antique Mall to find glassware, furniture, and collectibles.

Evening

Dine at one of Kirksville’s great local favorites like The Dukum Inn, Wooden Nickel, or

Pagliai’s Pizza before wrapping up the day.

 

 

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