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Visitor accommodations

The TreeHouse

At Liberty Hospital, we know that family members are affected by a loved one's illness—and they deserve to be treated with special care and concern. That's why we created The TreeHouse.

Located just a few steps from Liberty Hospital, The TreeHouse provides a temporary home away from home for our patients and their families. Thanks to the generosity of more than 500 donors and businesses, the hospitality house was built in 2005 by the Liberty Hospital Foundation and has served more than 20,000 people to date.

Rooms are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. A suggested donation of $40 per night per room is greatly appreciated. However, all guests are welcome at The TreeHouse regardless of ability to pay.

The TreeHouse offers a variety of high-quality amenities to guests, including 10 sleeping rooms with private baths, quiet rooms, open kitchen area, an outdoor patio and Marjolein Bastin gardens, and much more.

To check room availability at The TreeHouse or make a reservation, please call 816.883.2088.

Walking trail

Liberty Hospital offers a beautiful paved walking trail, located on the east side of the hospital campus. At 8 feet wide, the walking trail is wheelchair accessible and gives visitors the freedom to walk the path of their choice. Although two paths are marked with distance markers every tenth of a mile, many like to stroll as they look at the beautiful trees, flowers and simplicity of nature.

The walking trail has several unique features. At the northernmost end of the trail amid flowering trees and perennial gardens is the beautiful Garnett M. Peters III garden arbor. Under the arbor is a path constructed of bricks that may be inscribed in honor or in memory of friends and family. If you would like to purchase a brick, please contact the Foundation office at 816.792.7014.

Another feature of the walking trail is the infant memorial. The memorial is located near a grove of trees that provides quiet and solitude. This area can be used by parents and family members as a memorial. If desired, the Liberty Hospital Chaplain can accompany a family to the memorial.

The walking trail was funded by the Liberty Hospital Foundation and opened in 1996. Today, it is frequently used by members of the community, hospital visitors and employees as a quiet getaway.