Siloam Springs Museum
Preserving the Past to Enrich the Present...
The Siloam Springs Museum preserves, interprets and celebrates the heritage of an area with a rich past.
At the Siloam Springs Museum, you can explore the past through permanent and rotating exhibits highlighting Indian culture, pioneer life, medicine and many other facets of our history.
Among these are period rooms that recreate the homes of local citizens prior to the Civil War and at the turn of the century.
The museum also offers educational programs for children and adults, field trips and special heritage events, such as the Siloam Springs Annual Heritage Festival, an Inter-Tribal Pow Wow and an annual Country Christmas Bazaar Arts & Crafts event. Click on the "Our Festival" tab in the menu above for more details about the Heritage Festival.
The museum has extensive photograph and document archives and uses them in conducting local history research as well as assisting residents and visitors with historical and genealogical inquiries.
Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 to 5:00
Admission is free but donations are gratefully accepted.
To Find the Museum:
Follow the signs in downtown Siloam Springs to 112 North Maxwell, which is one block east of Broadway, between Central and University.