Arkansas National Guard Museum

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The Arkansas National Guard Museum. Photo by Wade Fuqua.

The Arkansas National Guard Museum is dedicated to telling the history of the formation of the Arkansaw Militia in 1804 and its evolution into the modern Arkansas National Guard. Exhibits cover National Guard involvement in the 1846 Mexican War and the Gulf War. The museum also explores this history of Camp Robinson from its origins as Camp Pike in 1917.

The chair of the board of directors is Jack Ryan. The museum director is Steve Rucker.

The Arkansas National Guard Museum is located in Lloyd England Hall on the grounds of Camp Robinson at 6th and Missouri streets in North Little Rock. The renovation of the hall into the museum cost $300,000. The museum is open Monday through Friday from 9 AM to 5:30 PM. Admission is free.


  • Andrew A. Green, "Old Camp Robinson Goes on Display," Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, September 12, 1999.

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