Art, General, History, Historic House, Military
Our museum is a dream come to. When we first organized we had no money and no definite place for a museum. A local Bank gave us an older home which was built by the only man from Greene Co. Ar. to ever serve as Governor of Ar. (1933-1937) His name was J. Marion Futrell. The home is 100 years old in 2008 and it took us 4 years to restore the home. We opened to the public on Jan. 12, 2008.
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Science
Exhibits and programs interpret the history of cotton agriculture in Arkansas from statehood in 1836 through World War II when agricultural practices quickly became mechanized. Tour the museum and learn about farming life on a plantation.Visit the Dortch Gin Exhibit and learn how cotton was ginned. The seed warehouse exhibits display the various machines used to clean and grade planting seed along with the time and labor saving devices used in the warehouse.
Archaeology, Children's, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Library, Science
Real objects from our past. True stories about our community and its people. Family fun and life-long learning. That's what people of all ages discover at the Rogers Historical Museum.
Culture, General, History, Library
=Situated on a tree-shaded block in the heart of Springdale, Arkansas, the Shiloh Museum is dedicated to the study and celebration of the rich history of the Arkansas Ozarks. Besides a modern museum center that houses exhibits, a research library, and a museum store, there are six 19th-century buildings to explore. The museum also offers special lectures, programs, and family events year-round, as well as a vibrant podcast program.