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Siloam Springs Museum

Siloam Springs Museum

Explore the past through permanent and rotating exhibits highlighting Indian culture, pioneer life, medicine and many other facets of the history of Siloam Springs. Among these exhibits are period rooms that recreate the homes of local citizens both prior to the Civil War and at the turn of the century. The museum also offers several educational programs for children and adults, and conducts local history research. The museum displays a large collection of historical documents and photographs.

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