No museum is complete without their very own ghost!
May Belle sure is missing all the attention from the riverboat visitors. She seems a tad depressed.
Our museum serves as a cultural resource that preserves the region's history while connecting us to our ancestors and our past for generations to come. Phillips County is steeped in important history, and memories of those times have been preserved and exhibited through impressive collections for all to experience. The museum is located in a charming historic building and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
While this website is a good place to learn about the Museum and our local area, it is no substitute for a visit to explore the wonderful exhibits on display and to lose yourself in nostalgia of long ago. Awaiting you are artifacts of Native American Indians, the Civil War, Thomas Edison, Mark Twain, fine/decorative arts, military uniforms, documents and so much more.
Admission is free so visit us soon!
Wednesday - Saturday
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Special Tours May Be Arranged by Contacting the Museum
This site was last updated March 6, 2014
NOTICE: No one is authorized to use our information or photographs without prior written permission. All inquiries should be sent to the Helena Museum, 623 Pecan Street, Helena, AR 72342
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Fascinating Thomas Edison History:
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623 Pecan Street
Helena, Arkansas 72342