Make Independence your stop for the NFL Postseason
Don't let the postseason get you down, we have you covered for iconic locations to keep your spirits high!
We're sure you've seen the fantastic postseason preview for "Falling for Football," made by the Kansas City Chiefs, but did you know the iconic locations were filmed right here in Independence? Stop by Independence for a visit to see them all! Need to see the Kansas City Chiefs "Falling for Football" trailer? View it below.
Historic Independence Square
Take a walk around the Square, and you'll instantly feel like you've entered a hometown straight out of the movies (hence why the Chiefs chose our town to film). From the Truman Courthouse in the center to the unique shops and restaurants, you'll find something interesting at every stop.
Located at 113 W. Lexington, the Courthouse Exchange is a local favorite, serving delicious burgers with a downhome feel since 1899. Enjoy incredible food in a cozy atmosphere.
First United Methodist Church
Located at 400 W. Maple Ave., this beautiful building is a short walk down the Square, next to the Truman Memorial Building, where you can visit the National Frontier Trails Museum.
Wild About Harry
Located at 104 W. Maple Ave., Wild About Harry pays homage to President Harry Truman while offering one-of-a-kind goods made just for men.
Located at 114 W. Maple Ave., Pharaoh Cinema 4 is the place where movies come to life on the screens in Independence. Sit back and relax enjoying your favorite treats as you view the latest films.
Located at 114 N. Liberty St, Up Dog serves the best dogs around! Enjoy the 1950s atmosphere while loading your dog with different combinations of toppings, making it uniquely yours. Sorry – No Mama Kelce working though!