The Strawberry Hill Ethnic Cultural Society was formed in 1988 to promote, sponsor and preserve the ethnic heritage prevalent in Kansas City, Kansas. The Cultural Center is housed in the Strawberry Hill Kansas City Museum.
2013 was our 25th Anniversary. We thank you for those many years of growth and happiness.
720 N. 4th
Kansas City, Kansas 66101
Open Every Saturday and Sunday from Noon till 5 p.m. except: Easter Sunday, Mother's Day and Father's Day.
Pope John Paul II was a fascinating man of courage and stamina. The bed he used on the airplane while traveling on his flights across the world is on display. Read more....
Hall of Immigrants
Featured Artists Exhibit
The Strawberry Hill area of Kansas City has been blessed with many local artists. Each in his or her own way, enhance culture. Read more....
Become A Museum Patron
If you wish to help the Strawberry Hill Museum grow and improve please consider becoming a Patron of the Museum Read more....
The museum is interested in volunteers for: tour guides, in the tea room, the gift shop, with mailings, decorating for Christmas and also with repairs. Read more....
The gift shop is open during normal museum hours and offers a variety of unique items, many original works of art and craftsmanship from the Baltic-Slavic countries of Europe and the Kansas City, Kansas Community. Read more....