Rogers Historical Museum



Our Mission is to enrich lives through education, experience, and exploration of our heritage. The Rogers Historical Museum, an American Alliance of Museums accredited institution, is proud to be a department of the City of Rogers and pleased to serve all of the people of Northwest Arkansas. We are supported by two outstanding non-profit organizations: the Friends of the Rogers Historical Museum and the Rogers Museum Foundation. The Museum is governed by a five-member commission, which is appointed by the mayor and approved by the city council and is responsible for making and maintaining policies, standards, and operational continuity. Daily operations are managed by our 9 member staff, with support from a loyal group of volunteers.



We are an interactive, family-friendly area history museum offering a variety of permanent and rotating exhibitions and programs for all ages. Free to the public.

Permanent exhibitions:
Our Natural State, Road & Rail, America’s Heartland, White River, & Our Place - a look at Northwest Arkansas from it’s natural landscape to the expansion in the 1950s, to the coming of Beaver Dam to becoming the home of several Fortune 500 companies.

The Children’s Gallery - a hands-on play and learning space for our youngest visitors to those who are young at heart.

1895 Hawkins House - take a guided tour of this middle-class family home.

For upcoming programs and exhibits see our Facebook events listing and for further information on all our offerings visit our website.


313 South Second Street
Rogers, Arkansas 72756
United States

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Hailey Building Galleries Monday - Saturday: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Key Wing, Research Library & Hawkins House Monday - Saturday: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM


On The March: Rogers Historical Museum Remembers Suffragettes

On The March: Rogers Historical Museum Remembers Suffragettes

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"This year marks the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment," Serena Barnett begins. "We wanted to commemorate this event with a special exhibit saluting many of the women in America who contributed to the National Women's Suffrage Movement.

September 1, 2020

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