The Hall of Honors in the Pine Bluff/Jefferson County Historical Museum pays tribute Jefferson County citizens who served in the Armed Forces.
The Pine Bluff/Jefferson County Historical Museum
Interpreting Our History Through Agricultural, Industrial, Military Artifacts
Get a glimpse of yesteryear in Pine Bluff and Jefferson County, from earliest settlements to cotton, lumber and rice plantations. Recall the transportation age and explore post-war commercial growth of local industries.
It depicts the development of area transportation, including on the Arkansas River, roads, and rail, and the story of the Arkansas state flag. In addition, the museum houses a collection of decoys, guns, duck calls and taxidermy from the Delta, and pottery made and used by the Quapaw Indians.
Housed in a restored Union Station depot, The Pine Bluff/Jefferson County Historical Museum is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The museum traces the history of Pine Bluff and Jefferson County from 1830 to the present. The museum exhibits antique dolls and artifacts from the Civil War, World War I and World War II.
Included in the museum’s collection are Victorian furniture, clothing, quilts, an exhibit of Native American artifacts, including arrowheads that date back to 8,000 B.C. There are bits and pieces of Jefferson County’s African American history exemplified in tools, various relics and cotton farming implements.
The Hall of Honors pays tribute to those who served our country from Jefferson County, in WW I through the Iraq Conflict. Call 870.541.5402 for information about changing exhibitions.
The museum is open Wednesday through Friday, 10:00AM until 4:00PM. Admission is free, but donations are encouraged.