The Shiloh Museum offers a variety of programs, events, and educational resources for people of all ages, from preschool children to senior adults.
School programs include field trips and classroom visits, discovery boxes and artifact boxes for loan, and professional development workshops for teachers.
Adult programs include our monthly Shiloh Sandwiched-In series (held on the third Wednesday of the month at noon), and outreach programs for civic clubs, church groups, etc.
Researching Arkansas Ozark history? You'll want to pay a visit to our research library.
Our podcast series on iTunes and our YouTube channel offer a variety of programs about Ozark history you can enjoy at your leisure.
Museum staff and volunteers share insights about local history and museum work on our blog, The Back-Stay.
Digging up potatoes during History Camp.
We love lifelong learners!
Using a magic lantern to teach about the history of technology.
Re-creating a saddle auction in the 1930s.
Portraying life on the Ozark homefront during the Civil War.
Looking for scavenger hunt clues in the exhibit hall.
Patiently waiting for a haircut during our Sheep to Shawl event.
Quilt show-and-tell program at the Newton County Library.
Springdale historian Bruce Vaughan discusses the history of communication in the Ozarks during a Shiloh Sandwiched-In program.
Demonstrating the age-old tradition of spinning during a Summer Saturday family event.
Sharing memories at a school reunion held at the museum.