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Museums

  • Located at Wilson, to the northeast of downtown West Memphis, this museum exhibits a nationally renowned collection from a 15-acre Nodena site situated along a meander bend of the Mississippi River....
  • It is also known as the Parkin Indian Mound which is an aboriginal archeological site which existed at the confluence of the St. Francis and Tyronza Rivers around 1350 to 1650 CE. Artifacts from thi...
  • Located to the southwest of downtown West Memphis, this suburban neighborhood county museum exhibits include a general store, a parlor, kitchen and cotton farming. Other museum attractions and event...
  • This is in fact a restored train depot located in Earle and exhibiting cotton farming, broom making and art. This historical museum is trying to put together historical facts from the days when the ...
  • Organized by the Fort Smith Streetcar Restoration Association, this museum provides a unique opportunity and educational experience for the visitors. Dedicated to the preservation and appreciation o...
  • This is a three-story building containing several exhibits, displays and artifacts which tell you about the colorful history of Fort Smith since 1817 to the emergence of the present day modern city....
  • This museum which is to open for public in 2011 is creating an exciting opportunity for cultural growth in downtown Fort Smith, through this historic building which was in fact donated by the Arvest...
  • After a two-year study, Fort Smith had been chosen as the host city in 2007 to showcase the U.S. Marshals Museum as a national center of heritage and legacy to disseminate knowledge and inspire appr...
  • This restored site of the historical Missouri-Pacific Railroad Depot at Morrilton from the times of the American Indians removal and the Trail of Tears to the railroad legend is now an interesting m...
  • A collection of 50 great vintage auto classics have been painstakingly restored and put on display at a gallery atop the Petit Jean Mountain near Morrilton Town to the north of Conway. This display ...
  • A cultural resource and learning laboratory for visual arts located within the University of Central Arkansas at Conway. This is one of the largest academic art galleries within Arkansas State havin...
  • Located on Faulkner County courthouse ground in downtown Conway, guided tours are available for visitor groups by a hospitable staff and volunteers who are ever willing to answer your questions. Thi...
  • The venue features nine galleries as well as classrooms and a theater. The permanent collection includes American and European paintings, drawings, and sculptures from the 16th century to the presen...
  • The Museum of Black Arkansans fosters an awareness of the rich contribution of black Arkansans to Arkansas’ heritage. Taking on a range of subjects from sciences to the arts, the Museum hosts changi...
  • The Old State House Museum was the Arkansas State Capitol building from 1836 to 1911. This original state capitol is the oldest surviving state capitol west of the Mississippi River. It now houses t...
  • The Museum housed in a 51,000 square foot building features Arkansas art and artifacts as also four restored homes from the pre-Civil War era. Enjoy guided tours on the hour at the Historic Arkansas...
  • The museum memorializes those veterans from Northwest Arkansas who had served their country and this si the way to exemplify the creed -- “the best hope for peace ... is in the remembrance of war!”....
  • You have here 7-9 million collections that are housed at the University of Arkansas Collections Facility. It includes prehistoric, historical, anthropological, and geological exhibits. Early America...
  • This 1930s English-style bungalow was the first home and wedding site of Bill and Hillary Clinton. Showcasing the life and times of the Clintons during their years in Fayetteville, the museum featur...
  • Relive the heady days of early aviation at the Museum`s collection of aircraft from the 1920s through the 1940s. See a World War I fighter plane next to the sleek "Mystery Ship" winner of the 1929 N...
  • In 1971 the historic Calif House was bought over by the Ozark Folk Festival Board for the purpose of establishing a museum of local history. A museum advisory board accepted the task to collect, pre...
  • From 18th-century woodcarvings and 17th-century paintings to exquisite ceramics and modern day masterpieces, the Sacred Arts Center contains a stunning collection of religious artistic items. The co...
  • The historic Queen Anne Mansion in Eureka Springs was originally built in Carthage, Missouri. A century later preservationists dismantled it, board-by-board and stone-by-stone, and puzzled it back t...
  • One of the largest of its kind in the U.S., the Bible Museum is located in the lower level of the Museum of Earth History on the grounds of the New Great Passion Play. The Bible Museum contains over...