411 East Main St.
Magnolia, AR 71753
Phone: (870) 234-3612
Fax: (870) 234-2862
Arts & Museums
Located in a restored train depot, shows exhibits concerning local history and the Civil War.
The Arkansas Museum of Natural Resources was established in the 1980s to offer a glimpse of South Arkansas' petroleum and brine industry heritage. This state park and museum is free to public and features on the National Register of Historic Places. Take a tour of the place and view replicas and models of oil machinery, derricks, drilling equipment, and other devices from the early 20th Century.
This modern arts center features three art galleries, a ballet studio, a 206-seat theatre, a scene and costume shop and classrooms for art instruction.
Visit former President Clinton's restored boyhood home.
The collection at this museum includes antique automobiles and auto equipment, archival materials and objects related to cars and automotive history.
Displays artifacts from the Caddo Indian Tribe.
Perfect for all ages of the family. Exhibits concerning history and science.
Approiately, the museum is housed in one of the oldest brick buildings in town, the Offenhauser Insurance Company building, erected in 1879 and now listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
Located in the oldest brick building in Texarkana, this historical museum features exhibits which tell the region's history, including agriculture, early industry, civil rights, and World War II. These examples include replicas of a Victorian parlor, an 1890's farmstead model, a kitchen, and a doctor's office. Other exhibits include pottery and tools by the Caddo Indians that lived in the area. The Wilbur Smith Research Library and Archives contains photographs, out-of-print books, letters, periodicals, and diaries.
Children of all ages will enjoy looking into the past and the future while at this unique museum that includes large scale hands-on and permanent exhibits that focus on history, human perception, and science.
This unique and inspirational center is home to various exhibits and performances throughout the year.
Located in a historic 1909 building that once housed the Federal Courts for Texas, this Classical Revival-style arts center features a grand hall with a 26 foot ceiling and a copper cage elevator. The only art museum in the region, the Regional Arts Center features national touring, juried, and invitational exhibitions.