The Fort Smith Museum of History presents the history of Fort Smith and the surrounding region. The exhibits illustrate the contributions of Fort Smith’s citizens to the cultural, political, and economic development of the area.
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At Fort Smith National Historic Site explore life on the edge of frontier and Indian Territory through the stories of soldiers, the Trail of Tears, scandals, outlaws, and lawmen who pursued them.
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Fort Smith Regional Art Museum facilitates nationally and internationally recognized traveling exhibitions and rotating exhibits of works by local and regional artists.
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The Museum of Chaffee History houses the largest collection of Fort Chaffee artifacts in the United States with extensive photographs, documents and displays that chronicle Fort Chaffee’s role in five wars, multiple resettlement operations, major motion pictures and other aspects of U.S.
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The Janet Huckabee Arkansas River Valley Nature Center is on 170 acres of land offering recreational and educational programming. Exhibits focus on the Ouachita and Ozark mountains, a life-sized oak tree exhibit crawling with game and non-game animal displays and a 1,200-gallon aquarium.
Though the physical building that will house the U.S. Marshals Museum is under construction and not yet open, the Museum provides resources and outreach programs throughout the United States.
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