The mission of the Arkansas National Guard Museum is to collect information and artifacts relating to the Arkansas National Guard and its militia predecessor and relating to Camp Robinson and its predecessor Camp Pike, and to make that information, those artifacts and the Yeater collection available to the public and to posterity.
Come explore the history of Arkansas, its National Guard, Camp Pike and Camp Robinson.
The Arkansas National Guard Museum is provided as a public service to the People of Arkansas and this nations, to preserve and interpret our history and the role played by the National Guard, Camp Pike and Camp Robinson. Do you have something to share or time to spare?
Walk of Honor
Building a Legacy One Brick at a Time
The Walk of Honor is made of memorial bricks that are placed on the front walkway leading to the Museum. Memorial bricks can be placed for any person or event – they are not limited to veterans. If you’d like to order one, please click here: thatsmybrick.com/arngmuseum.
Arkansas Military History Journals
Located on Camp Robinson
Monday – Friday: 8 a.m. – 3 p.m
Also open one weekend a month
Admission is free.
Military Identification or driver’s license, vehicle registration & proof of insurance to get a day pass.
Audio tour available at no cost.
History Roundtable - Black History Program (Panel Discussion) - 11:30 to 12:30.
Black History Program (Panel Discussion) - 11:30 to 12:30.
Wed05Jul2017Fri28Jul20178 am - 3 pmArkansas National Guard Museum
Thu20Jul201710:30 amArkansas National Guard Museum