A walk down any tree-lined street in the Hyde Park neighborhood is a walk back in time.

Friendly neighbors and inviting front porches are a big part of life for Hyde Parkers.

About Hyde Park

Hyde Park has a rich history. Learn more about our past and what makes Hyde Park one of Kansas City’s best urban neighborhoods.

The Hyde Park Neighborhood Association

Learn more about the Hyde Park Neighborhood Association, pay your membership dues, and access past issues of the Hyde Parker.

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As a well-preserved, turn-of-the-century neighborhood, Hyde Park contains 4 districts on the Kansas City and/or National Register of Historic Places as well as 7 individual buildings. In addition parts of Kansas City’s famous parks and boulevard system designed by George E. Kessler are in Hyde Park.


The architecture varies immensely to include styles such as Victorian, Colonial Revivals, Craftsman, Prairie, Kansas City “shirtwaist,” Shingle, and Bungalow. A number of the houses were designed by Kansas City’s most prominent architects.