Museums & Sites of Wyandotte CountyLocal Business
Show your support for our local veterans at this free, annual event in #KansasCityKS!
Looking for a fun outdoor activity to do with your little lambs? The National Agricultural Center & Hall of Fame's annual Barnyard Babies event is Saturday, April 22nd!
February 12th is the birthday of our 16th president, Abraham Lincoln. The Chickering piano featured at the Piano Technicians Guild in #KansasCityKS was on stage at the Ford Theater the night of his assassination.
Read on to learn about one family's exploration of the historical significance of Old Quindaro Town, Sumner High School and more.
Wyandotte County Historical Society & Museum
Strawberry Hill Ethnic Museum & Cultural Center
Quindaro Underground Railroad Museum & Overlook
Old Quindaro Museum...
Grinter Place Historic Site
National Agricultural Center & Hall of Fame
Explore the rich history of Kansas City, KS East and West in this guided tour through some of Wyandotte County’s most fascinating museums. Check-in at the Wyandotte County Historical Society & Museum between 2:30-3:00 pm. The first tour will begin promptly at 3:00 pm. Walking will be required throughout the tour. Some parts of tour not handicapped accessible. Limited to 26 seats available. Purchase tickets in advance. To purchase tickets contact: Kansas City Kansas Convention & Visitors Bureau at 913-321-5800 755 Minnesota Ave., Kansas City, KS 66101 Office Hours: Monday—Thursday 8:30 a.m.—5:00 p.m., Friday 8:30 a.m.—4:00 p.m.
the county wide museums bus tour takes place this Thursday! We will visit 6 different sites and have lunch at the Strawberry Hill Museum. If you want to attend this special tour, please call the KCK Convention & Visitors Bureau to reserve a seat!