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ArcheoArts specializes in smaller museums and smaller budgets, yet produces major-museum/high-budget results. Let us restore and repair your exisiting acquisitons and showcase them in updated, visually stunning new exhibits. more...
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Gillett, Arkansas
History
Lincoln, Arkansas
History, Specialized
Hot Springs, Arkansas
History
Smackover, Arkansas
History
Our museum focuses on preserving the history of the 1920s oil boom of south Arkansas and delves into the oil and brine industries. Along with the museum we have an outdoor oilfield park with examples of oil field equipment of the 1920s alongside modern equipment.
Pine Bluff, Arkansas
History, Historical Society, Specialized
Russellville, Arkansas
Culture, History, Library, Science, University
This museum was created in 1989 as a history and archeology museum, with an interpretive region encompassing the Arkansas River Valley of western Arkansas, with particular emphasis on the history of the University and the immediate counties of Pope, Yell, and Johnson.
Gassville, Arkansas
Cemetery, Church, Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Military
Warren, Arkansas
History
Little Rock, Arkansas
History
Little Rock, Arkansas
History
Clover Bend, Arkansas
History
Helena, Arkansas
Art, Culture, History, Historic House
Blytheville, Arkansas
Culture, History, Historic House
Housed in the historic Kress building in downtown Blytheville, Arkansas, Delta Gateway Museum collects, stores, maintains, and regularly exhibits historical and cultural objects, artifacts, photographs, works of art, printed materials, and audio-visual materials that relate to and emphasize the history, heritage, and culture of NE Arkansas, SE Missouri, and the Mississippi River Delta.
Little Rock, Arkansas
History, Specialized
Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Art, Culture, History, Historic House, Library
The museum houses a variety of permanent and changing exhibits, preserving the history and art of this health resort town and its people starting with its early settlers in the 1880s who came seeking the healing waters and the early artists who built the early 20th century arts colony. From the exhibits you will discover how “this chaotic tent city of 10,000 souls exploded into a Victorian Health Spa with 54 luxurious hotels”.
Fort Smith, Arkansas
History
Fort Smith, Arkansas
History
The Fort Smith Streetcar Restoration Association is dedicated to the preservation and appreciation of electric powered streetcars, railroad equipment, transportation and other technology that existed during this period in history, and to providing a unique educational experience to the visiting public.

We operate a 1926 Briney safety car that operated in Fort Smith from 1926- 1933. Our story is the history of public transportation not only in Fort Smith but over 1,000 USA cities.
Benton, Arkansas
History
Sheridan, Arkansas
History
Paragould, Arkansas
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.
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