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Rogers Historical Museum, Rogers
(4.5/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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  • The Rogers Historical Museum is three blocks or so down from the Daisy Airgun Museum on the same side (the west side) of the street. There are many neat exhibits. My two favorites are: (a) the old new...  more »
  • The place is great, small but informative. You start with police history, original jail, pictures and more. Then more information on the towns streets with store front and pictures. you can the take a...  more »
  • Rogers Arkansas have a lot History & Rogers Historical Museum will tell you about it, from the old store in Downtown Rogers from Coin Harvey Monte Ne Hotel build 1901 & flow by Beaver lake dam. yes th...  more »
  • Very extensive collection well displayed and thought out. This small town museum is well funded and managed. The staff is polite, knowledgeable and forthcoming. Well worth a visit.
  • Love this historical museum. I went to it as a kid and now my kids visit it. Friendly folks and always a nice stop.
  • This place packed quite a bit in a small place! you can go through fast in less then 30 min, or you could spend an entire afternoon just learning all about the past. Quite amazing. and there's even stuff for your young ones to have fun too!
  • I'm so pleased we have this wonderful collection and dedicated staff to help preserve our town's history.
  • I took my small school group here and the kids loved it! It was such a shock for them to learn about life in the Victorian ages. All the workers were so nice and knowledgeable. Wonderful place to go and it's free!