What to know
The Museum of the Arkansas Grand Prairie is here to show you how the prairie pioneers lived, worked and played.
While the museum’s main focus is agriculture, we have exhibits that display all aspects of prairie life. From the field to the home, school to church, and of course hunting season. We have an extensive collection from the Grand Prairie’s rich duck hunting culture. The Museum is home to the Arkansas Waterfowler Hall of Fame. The Waterfowl Wing features a recorded presentation that shows visitors the various duck species of our region and the sounds of their calls. The Museum has several buildings on our grounds including a prairie house, church, one-room schoolhouse, outhouse, printing press and firehouse. Other highlights include a one-of-a-kind “Coat of Many Feathers,” an 800-year-old duck effigy pottery by Native Americans, 500 award-winning game calls, antique decoy collection and much more.
There's something of interest for everyone at The Museum of the Arkansas Grand Prairie. We hope you'll come see us soon!