The UA Museum approaches exhibits in a unique way. There are many significant cultural and natural treasures within the collections ready to be shared with the public. However, the Museum does not have an interpretative exhibit hall within the building. So, we strive to find as many opportunities to display collection materials as possible at other venues, from the Arkansas Union to an anthropology museum in St. Louis.

"Arkansas Native Americans" exhibit, located in the Arkansas Union

Current Exhibits

Want to see our artifacts on display? They are found in the Museum's neighboring building, the Arkansas Archaeological Survey’s Coordinating Office, in a large case with a variety of the Museum's archeology materials on display. There are also twenty off-site locations currently – you don't even have to be in Arkansas to see some of them!

Check out the map to find in-house exhibits on University of Arkansas campus, as well as exhibits by other organizations we've loaned materials to. There are great exhibits out there – we encourage you to explore them!

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