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Arkansas Museums

Name Category Address City/TownList a-z Phone Email Map
Old Independence Regional Museum History 380 South Ninth Street Batesville, AR 72501 (870) 793-2121 Email Map
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art Art P.O. Box 1169 Bentonville, AR 72712 (479) 418-5700 Contact  
Calico Rock Museum Heritage 102 Main Street Calico Rock, AR (870) 297-4129 Email Map
Faulkner County Historical Society Society P.O. Box 731 Conway, AR 72033   Email  
Faulkner County Museum History 805 Locust Street Conway, AR 72034 (501) 329-5918 Email Map
Washington County Historical Society History 118 E Dickson St. Fayetteville, AR 72701 (479) 521-2970 Email Map
Fort Smith National Historic Site Historic Site 301 Parker Avenue Fort Smith, AR 72901 (479) 783-3961 Contact Map
Delta Cultural Center Heritage 141 Cherry Street Helena, AR 72342 (870) 338-4350 Email Map
Jacksonville Museum of Military History Military 100 Veteran's Circle Jacksonville, AR 72076 (501) 241-1943 Map
Arkansas Arts Center Art 501 East 9th Street Little Rock, AR 72203 (501) 372-4000 Email Map
Arkansas History Commission History One Capitol Mall Little Rock, AR 72201 (501) 682-6900 Email Map
Arkansas Museum of Science & History Science 500 President Clinton Ave. Little Rock, AR. 72201 (501) 396-7050 Email Map
Central High School National Historic Site Historic Site 2120 Daisy Bates Drive Little Rock, AR 72202 (501) 374-1957 Contact Map
Clinton Presidential Library Library 1200 President Clinton Ave. Little Rock, AR 72201 (501) 374-4242 Email Map
Historic Arkansas Museum Historic Site 200 E. Third Street Little Rock, AR 72201 (501) 324-9351 Email Map
MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History Military 503 East Ninth Street Little Rock, AR 72202 (501) 376-4602 Email Map
Mosaic Templars Cultural Center Heritage 501 W. Ninth Street Little Rock, AR 72201 (501) 683-3593 Email Map
Old State House Museum History 300 W. Markham St. Little Rock, AR 72201 (501) 324-9685 Email Map
Lonoke County Museum History 215 South East Front Street Lonoke, AR 72986 (501) 676-6750 Email Map
Museum of Automobiles Industry 8 Jones Lane Morrilton, AR 72110 (501) 727-5427 Email Map
Heritage House Museum of Montgomery County History 819 Luzerne Street Mount Ida, AR 71957 (870) 867-4422 Email Map
Arkansas Historic Wine Museum Industry 101 N. Carbon City Road Paris, AR 72855 (479) 963-3990 Email Map
Hemingway-Pfeiffer Museum and Educational Center Historic Site 1021 West Cherry Street Piggott, AR 72454 (870) 598-3487 Email Map
Nevada County Depot and Museum Historic Site 403 West First Street South Prescott, AR 71857 (870) 887-5821 Email Map
Rogers Historical Museum History 322 South Second Street Rogers, AR 72756 (479) 621-1154 Email Map
Grant County Museum History 521 Shackleford Road Sheridan, AR 72150 (870) 942-449 Email Map
Siloam Springs Museum Heritage 112 North Maxwel Siloam Springs, AR 72761 (479) 524-4011 Email Map
Arkansas Museum of Natural Resources Natural History 3853 Smackover Highway Smackover, AR 71762 (870) 725-2877 Email Map
Shiloh Museum of Ozark History Heritage 118 W. Johnson Avenue Springdale, AR 72764 (479) 750-8165 Email Map
Historic Washington State Park Historic Site Highway 195 & Highway 278 Washington, AR 71862 (870) 983-2684 Email Map
Cross County Historical Society Society 711 E. Union Ave. Wynne, AR 72396 (870) 238-4100 Email Map

Additional Information

Arkansas Museum Association: Home page of the Arkansas Museum Association.

Roadside History of Arkansas
Roadside History
of Arkansas

Alan C. Paulson

Roadside History of Arkansas, by Alan C. Paulson. 406 pages. Mountain Press Publishing Company (May 1, 1998) Roadside History of Arkansas explores how the Land of Opportunity went from success to tragedy and, finally, to hope restored. The narrative is enhanced by historical photographs and several easy-to-read maps that help visitors and residents understand what happened where and when.

Readers will learn about Hernando de Soto's exploration of the Mississippi River, the grief of Native Americans forced to march west on the Trail of Tears, the humor and heroism of Davy Crockett, and Bill Clinton's rise to America's highest office.

Organized around five regions--the Delta, or Mississippi Alluvial Plain, in the eastern lowlands; the Coastal Plain, which extends south through Texas; the Arkansas River Valley, slicing through the state's two highlands; the Ouachitas, the west central highland; and the Ozarks, a northern mountain range older than the Rockies--this roadside history explores the forces that drove the ebb and flow of Arkansas's past.

Arkansas: Off the Beaten Path
Arkansas
Off the Beaten Path

Patti DeLano

Arkansas Off the Beaten Path: A Guide to Unique Places, by Patti DeLano. 240 pages. Publisher: GPP Travel; 9th edition (November 25, 2008) Tired of the same old tourist traps? Whether you're a visitor or a local looking for something different, let Arkansas Off the Beaten Path show you the Natural State you never knew existed. Find peace and the perfect peanut brittle at Subiaco Abbey. Mine for real diamonds in the dirt at Crater of Diamonds State Park. Ride the Little Rock & Roll Tour Bus to the Old State House and to the mill from Gone with the Wind. Enjoy a day at the Post Familie Winery, where wine tastings, tours, and the breathtaking scenery of the Ozark Mountains and the Arkansas River Valley can be yours.

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