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Faulkner County Museum


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Faulkner County Museum Housed in the historic 1869-1896 County Jail on the Faulkner County Courthouse grounds, the Faulkner County Museum preserves the history of Conway and Faulkner County. It focuses on the prehistory and history of the geographical area that became Faulkner County and the range of environmental conditions and how inhabitants adapted to changes.

Exhibits include historic and modern crafts, farming equipment, an 1850's dogtrot cabin, a scale model railroad exhibit, genealogical research resources, historic photographs, and more.


Hours: Monday—Thursday 9 am-4pm
Address: 801 - 805 Locust Street
Phone: 501-329-5918
Our Email: fcm@conwaycorp.net
Our Website:www.faulknercountymuseum.org

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Faulkner County Museum

Housed in the historic 1869-1896

Conway, AR Museums

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Old Ferry Landing Park/Toad Suck Park

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