Red, white, and blue Arkansas flag in left corner, bag of Riceland rice, photo of Stuttgart soil from the Arkansas delta, small Dutch oven with a green plastic fish on top.


Arkansas Symbols Day is an annual education event hosted at Shiloh Museum of Ozark History. Students can explore interactive stations representing most of the tangible Arkansas state symbols. This event is appropriate for K-3 students, but language academy and special education students may also benefit. This year’s event is Friday, October 11, 2024 on the grounds of Shiloh Museum. The event showcases the history of our state through exploration of the official Arkansas state symbols. An estimated 25 stations will be located throughout the museum campus, each highlighting an individual Arkansas state symbol. Other symbol-related activities and/or take-home items for local students will be available at each station also.

This fits Arkansas curriculum standards for 1st – 3rd grade and will run from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. This self-guided and self-paced event is free for local schools to attend, but registration for a 90-minute time slot is required. We will be registering groups for 9:00-10:30 a.m., 10:30-noon, 12:30-2:00 p.m., and 2:00-3:30 p.m. Interested home school groups should register only for the 2:00 p.m. time slot. The available time slots are also shown on the registration form.

Students will tour in groups of 5 to 10, so please plan to have one chaperone per each 7 students.

Shiloh Museum offers field trip reimbursement stipends to qualifying schools. Learn more by clicking here.

Use this form to register for this October 11th event. If you have questions, please Contact Judy Costello or call 479-750-8165.

Arkansas Symbols Day

This education event is free but registration is required. Please select your preferred time slots.

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Video from 2019 Arkansas Symbols Day