Strawberry Hill in Kansas City, Kansas, is steeped in tradition. This ethnic neighborhood draws on its European influence and tradition, with generations of families living in historic, majestic homes handed down through years past. Immigrants from Croatia, Germany, Ireland, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, and Sweden settled the Strawberry Hill neighborhood in the late 19th Century.
The community remains rooted in its Slavic heritage even today. The area, on the bluffs overlooking the confluence of the Missouri and Kansas Rivers, continues to thrive and grow. The Strawberry Hill Fall Festival draws folks who wish to experience the flavor, music, and crafts of this rich suburban enclave. The museum and cultural center are located in a sprawling building ready to explore, and unique restaurants draw daily visitors wishing to learn and enjoy the cultural influence.
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