The Strawberry Hill Ethnic Cultural Society was formed in 1988 to promote, sponsor and preserve the ethnic heritage prevalent in Kansas City, Kansas. The Strawberry Hill Museum and Cultural Center celebrates the many nationalities of Kansas City residents. Built in 1887, the home is an outstanding example of Queen Anne Style architecture and was home to the Scroggs family for 32 years. In 1919, the home was opened by the Sisters of St. Francis of Christ the King, to care for children orphaned during the 1918 influenza epidemic. The orphanage, operated in connection with St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, closed in 1988 for conversion to the Strawberry Hill Ethnic Cultural Society.
Reservations and pre-payments are required.
The menu will be featuring biscuits and gravy, pancakes and sausage, fruit, coffee, juice and milk. Adults – $6, and $5 for children who are under 10 years old. The Easter Bunny will also be available for pictures at $5 each. Bring the family to this fabulous Easter event, one the kids are sure to …Continue Reading…
Happy Easter! The Strawberry Museum and Ethnic Society would like to wish you and your family a Happy and Blessed Easter. The museum will be closed to give our volunteers time with their families. Thank you and God Bless.
Make Olde World Christmas part of your holiday celebration!
A beautiful Victorian home, glowing with soft lights, is certain to become a family tradition. The Strawberry Hill Museum and Cultural Center has decked the halls and decorated the historic home with Christmas finery. Tour the former family home and visit the exhibits that celebrate Kansas City’s many cultures.