Welcome To Downtown Liberty!
Visit charming historic downtown Liberty, Missouri and discover a timeless blend of fascinating American history along with upbeat contemporary shopping and dining. Find a delightful mix of old and new from stores located in the architecturally beautiful buildings on the square to the unique shops of the restored Corbin Mill area to the many businesses nestled on side streets and byways.
Whether you are a curious tourist or area local you will be delighted with all you discover! Explore unique one-of-a-kind, owner-operated shops including clothing/décor boutiques, handmade soap shop, vintage shabby chic, a bead specialty shop, cross stitch shop, a wool shop for rug hookers, a cooper, a cobbler, antiques (including one with an antique candy counter and bottled old fashioned soda) and a shop that specializes in clothing and supplies from the Civil War.
Relax, take a break and enjoy the cuisine at any of our many eateries and restaurants (outdoor seating, microbrewery, Mexican, Italian, Asian fusion, breakfast/lunch spots, chocolate shop – all right here in downtown Liberty. Find highly qualified pros at our salons and fitness studios. Yes, we do have a lot of history here in downtown Liberty – think Jesse James, the Historic Liberty Jail, the Clay County Museum and Historical Society and the Clay County Archives and Historical Library. We even have a statue of George (Washington that is), the first statue of the Great Americans Project.
Welcome to historic downtown Liberty! You have a standing invitation to visit soon and come back often.
Historic Downtown Liberty, Inc.
Rock & Run Brewery & Pub
A fully functional brewery and pub with a total of 40 taps dedicated to the art of fine quality craft beer. 10 Rock & Run beers brewed on site by our Brew Master Gene DeClue. The remaining 30 taps will highlight a full range of the best available craft beer from across this great nation.No matter what your level of beer knowledge or what your pallet craves we will have the beer for you. Come experience the craft beer explosion.