Strawberry Hill Museum & Cultural Center, established in 1988, is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in the ethnic history of Kansas City. This museum aims to preserve and promote the cultural heritage of various ethnic groups that make up the city's population. Strawberry Hill Museum & Cultural Center offers a fascinating tour of more than 30 rooms with original exhibits and ongoing shows that celebrate the history and traditions of Poland, Russia, Slovakia, Lithuania, Croatia, Slovenia, Ukraine, and the Netherlands. The museum also boasts a Tea Room that serves a cultural variety of delicious, authentic desserts, soups, and quiches, along with tea or coffee on the first weekend of every month. Children under six can enter the museum for free, making it an excellent place for families to explore and learn about the diverse cultural history of Kansas City. Strawberry Hill Ethnic Cultural Society for conversion into a museum dedicated to the promotion and preservation of the Slavic heritage prevalent in the Kansas City, Kansas area.
Children (6-12 years old): $5