Shiloh Museum of Ozark History
The Shiloh Museum of Ozark History serves the public by providing resources for finding meaning, enjoyment, and inspiration in the exploration of the Arkansas Ozarks. The Museum is a regional history museum highlighting the history of the Arkansas Ozarks, from very rural Newton County to the high-tech, upscale explosion of Benton County. With nearly 3 acres of grounds and 7 historic buildings, the Museum also maintains a regular rotation of exhibits, programming for adults, children, and families, a research library boasting Arkansas' largest historic image collection, the Shiloh Store, and the professional expertise to preserve collections, assist in historical and genealogical research, provide educational opportunities both on-site and by outreach, and offer volunteer opportunities.
Your donations help:
Funds will help the Museum with the restoration of the 1871 Shiloh Meeting Hall (formerly known as the Shiloh Church or the Odd Fellows Lodge); reroofing of the 1870s Steele General Store; and creation of a short film about Northwest Arkansas history
There are many ways you can get involved.
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