U of A Museum Collections on Display for a Free Public Tour and Open House

A few items from the University of Arkansas Museum collection.
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A few items from the University of Arkansas Museum collection.

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The University of Arkansas Museum will hold a rare open house and public tour as part of Arkansas Archeology Month. The doors will be open from 7-8:30 p.m. Thursday, March 30, in the Arkansas Archeological Survey building, located off Garland Ave., across from the Pauline Whittaker Animal Science Center. The event is free.

The museum’s extensive collections will be on display as part of the statewide celebration of Arkansas’ prehistoric and historic past.  

This event is co-sponsored by the Arkansas Archeological Survey and the Arkansas Archeological Society.


Arkansas Archeological Survey,
University of Arkansas System
479-575-3556, arkarch@uark.edu


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