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Carroll County Heritage Center Museum

The Carroll County Heritage Center is housed in historical Berryville Square at the original three-story brick courthouse. Artifacts from all of Carroll County are shown on three floors. These include a moonshine still, a one room schoolhouse, a civil war room, a country store, artifacts from the historical Mountain Meadows Massacre and a number of other interesting and educational exhibits. Tours are welcomed. Call for hours as they may change with the weather.

Location:Berryville ArkansasTelephone 870-423-6312

Other History nearby:
(Eureka Springs)
Abundant Memories Heritage Museum
Bonniebrook Park
Boone County Historical Museum
Carroll County Heritage Center Museum
Daisy Museum
(Eureka Springs)
Elna M Smith Foundation Site

10/23 Coming to The Berryville area
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