"An Historic City-Preserved in Time" Lexington by BruceDunning

Lexington Travel Guide: 10 reviews and 36 photos

A little bit of history

This town was intended to stay as it looked since the mid 1800's. They have done a good job of doing so. The homes are mostly under historic preservation guidelines. There are many small shops run by entrepreneurs having unique items to purchase. Staying in some of the B&B places is a trip that you would remember

Reverance in town

This old church is elegant in and out. It is a nice place to find yourself.

The river flows

This is an example of what the Missouri river can do when it rains upstream. It floods, and a lot. In recent years this was a problem in 1993, 1995, 1996-7. Lately, rain is less and the climate change makes a difference. The river is low most of the time now. Lexington is isolated at times to get across the river, and some roads close to the river edge closed for quite some time until water recedes.

Pros and Cons
  • Pros:A great little place to spend a weekend
  • Cons:Not a lot around to see in surrounding region
  • In a nutshell:I liked the Civil War things; also enjoyed the old homes
  • Last visit to Lexington: Aug 2005
  • Intro Updated May 9, 2016
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  • Gillybob's Profile Photo
    Jul 5, 2012 at 5:19 AM

    Looks like an interesting place! Gillybob greetings

  • angiebabe's Profile Photo
    Feb 21, 2009 at 3:28 AM

    I think Id really enjoy a visit to here!particularly the Civil war stuff. but have a great day today for you Birthday!Best wishes and may the year ahead be an excellent yr of more fab travels and times with family and friends!


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