The Rogers Historical Museum serves not only Rogers but all of Northwest Arkansas, a rapidly growing region with a rich heritage and a vibrant entrepreneurial spirit.
The museum preserves that heritage and shares that spirit. The recipient of many state and national awards, the Rogers Historical Museum is among the fewer than 5% of museums in the nation accredited by the American Alliance of Museums.
A Wealth of History
There is a wealth of history to discover in Northwest Arkansas. During the Civil War, the area was the scene of what many historians consider the most important battle fought west of the Mississippi, the Battle of Pea Ridge. At the turn of the 20th century the region was the leading apple-producing area in the nation. After World War II, Northwest Arkansas became a center for the poultry and trucking industries and the birthplace of the world’s largest retailer.
At the Rogers Historical Museum you can discover Roger’s history through family-friendly exhibits including hands-on activities. The museum also offers a variety of programs and publications, and has a research library available for public use.
The health and safety of our visitors is the top priority of the Rogers Historical Museum; therefore, the Museum galleries are open with very limited hours. The Hawkins House, Attic, Children's Gallery, and Research Library remain closed at this time. To know what to expect upon your visit please see our reopening plans.