HOURS: Wednesday and Saturday 9:00 am. - 3:00 p.m.
Thursday and Friday 9:00 am. - 4:00 pm.
Or by appointment 870-247-9406
Brenda Doucey, Museum Director
- Free admission -
The White Hall Museum contains displays featuring the City of White Hall, schools, churches, Pine Bluff Arsenal, military artifacts from the Civil War to the present, police and fire exhibits among many others.
Behind the museum building is an authentic log smokehouse that was moved to the museum grounds and is surrounded by an iron fence. Beside the smokehouse, there is a collection of old horse drawn farm equipment.
A railroad caboose is located in the mini-park at the east end of the property. Directly in front of the caboose is a section of the old Dollarway Road.
The Veterans’ Memorial is also located on the museum grounds. The beautiful gray and black granite structure was funded by private donations and is engraved with approximately 700 names of veterans.
(Click "The White Hall Museum" link above for pictures)