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Fort Smith Museum of History

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For over 100 years, we have been the "keeper and teller" of Fort Smith's rich and colorful history. Located in the 1907 Atkinson-Williams Warehouse Building, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Fort Smith Museum of History is a 501(3)(c) organization.

The Fort Smith Museum of History acquires, preserves, exhibits and interprets objects of historical significance relevant to the founding and growth of Fort Smith and the region. Our exhibits illustrate the contributions of Fort Smith's citizens to the cultural, political, and economic development of the area.

The old fashioned soda fountain features handmade sodas, floats and sundaes. Visit the museum gift shop for unique, locally produced pottery and crafts. Prints of historic Fort Smith are now available. Choose from an excellent selection of books on area history.

  • Open Tuesday through Saturday 10:00 - 5:00. Closed Sunday and Monday.
  • Admission: $5 Adults, $2 Children, Under age 6-Free.

Our Exhibits

  • Time Line
  • Telephone Exhibit
  • Boyd Gallery
  • Antique Tools
  • Fun Stuff
  • 1920's Soda Fountain & Pharmacy -Take a step back in time. Our 1920s replica pharmacy with its working soda fountain is a favorite stop for our guests.

The Fort Smith Museum of History offers many opportunities for personal development and satisfaction in the volunteer corps.

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