Plan Your Visit

The Shiloh Museum will be closed to the public and is suspending programs, events, public meeting room use, and outreach until further notice. We will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and the actions of local health officials to determine when to resume programming and reopen the museum.

We make this difficult decision due to the Shiloh Museum’s visitor demographics, which cluster around vulnerable older visitors, out-of-state travelers, and children, all of whom we want to protect. 

We understand this situation is not ideal and apologize for any inconvenience it may cause, but the public’s health and the health of our staff are our priority.

While the museum is closed, we encourage you to explore the online resources here on our website and follow us on social media. Also, since museum staff members will continue to work during the closure, researchers may continue to call or email the museum with questions about our regional history.

Thank you for your patience. Stay healthy.

Monday through Saturday, 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day


The museum is located at the corner of Johnson and Main in historic downtown Springdale next to the Razorback Regional Greenway. Our address is 118 W. Johnson Avenue.

FROM I-49, take the Elm Springs Road exit (#73), east on Elm Springs Road, which turns into Huntsville Avenue, for about two miles. Turn right on Main Street. Go three blocks, and the museum will be on your left.

Free streetside parking is available on Johnson Avenue and on Main Street. Wheelchair-accessible parking is on Center Street, on the north side of the museum. From there, a sidewalk leads to the main museum building’s accessible entrance.

Tours are available for preschool through high school students and are designed to meet grade-appropriate curriculum frameworks. Non-school youth group tours are available as well. To schedule a youth group tour, contact education manager Judy Costello.

Your group can explore the exhibits on your own with a self-guided tour, or schedule a guided tour which can include a special program on a variety of Ozark history topics. To schedule an adult group tour, contact outreach coordinator Susan Young.