Museums in Kansas City, KS

Find museums in Kansas City, KS. Listings include Strawberry Hill Museum and Cultural Center, KC, Voler: Thieves Of Flight, Grinter Place State Historic Site, Piano Technicians Guild Foundation, Sauer Castle and Concerned Citizens For Old Quindaro Museum. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

  • 01/08/21
    Moses Grinter’s grandfather, John, had an interesting life. Born in Scotland in 1755, his parents died crossing the Atlantic while coming to America. They were buried at sea. John was only two years ...
    > Grinter Place State Historic Site
  • 01/01/21
    The June 20th Wyandotte Herald reported: “Died—At his residence in Secondine, Wyandotte County, on Wednesday, June 12th, 1878, Moses Grinter. He was a native of Kentucky and settled in what is now Wya...
    > Grinter Place State Historic Site
  • 12/25/20
    The grave of Thomas Elliot, who died in 1849 of cholera, is located at Grinter Place. He had worked for the Chouteau’s trading post just east of Grinter Place. In 1964 when the highway south of Grinte...
    > Grinter Place State Historic Site
  • 12/18/20
    Moses Grinter operated the first ferry across the Kansas River. It began operation in 1831. Grinter and his wife, Anna Marshall Grinter, built their 1857 house overlooking that Kansas River in Wyando...
    > Grinter Place State Historic Site
  • 12/11/20
    Moses Grinter operated his river ferry on the Kansas River about eight miles west of the Missouri River. The Kansas River flows into the Missouri River from the west, which is pictured in the lower ri...
    > Grinter Place State Historic Site
  • 12/04/20
    Anna Marshall Grinter’s mother was part of the Delaware tribe. The Delaware burial ground is located one mile north of U.S. 24-40 on N. 85th Street in Kansas City, Kansas. The cemetery and adjoining c...
    > Grinter Place State Historic Site
  • 12/01/20
    On this Giving Tuesday, we'd like to thank all of our patrons for your support throughout this difficult year. We hope to see you all back at the museum very, very soon!
    > Strawberry Hill Museum and Cultural Center, K