Still Making History...
Gain a deeper appreciation for the history, culture, and community of Siloam Springs and the surrounding area by visiting our museum!
Over a Century of History
Siloam Springs was platted in 1880, the town of Hico was established about 1845, and Simon Sager settled here by 1839. Learn more about our town's heritage by visiting the museum. To find the museum, follow the signs in downtown Siloam Springs to 112 North Maxwell St., which is one block east of Broadway St. The museum is open from 10am -5pm Tuesday through Saturday.
Don Warden, our museum director and historian, has been with the museum since 1991. Come visit and talk with him, or take one of his walking tours to experience the beauty and history of Siloam Springs.
Wondering what is going on at the museum? Karin Woodruff, our public programs manager, can assist you with questions on events and field trips.
The Siloam Springs Museum is working towards a new home! We're looking forward to when we can relocate to the old post office building on Broadway Street! With funding from grants, City of Siloam Springs, and local citizens, this dream is getting closer to becoming a reality. Help support the new move by getting involved. More information to come.