1319 North G Street
Okuda San Miguel added this colorful mural to the unassuming facade of an old home in downtown Fort Smith, Arkansas, as part of The Unexpected project of 2019. Spanish artist Okuda San Miguel graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from Madri…
21 North 4th St.
Belle Starr Antiques provides 8,000 square feet filled with more than 60 vendors specializing in vintage/antique wares!
Located along historic downtown Fort Smith's Garrison Avenue, the below video timeline can be used in conjunction with the 12 large bronze historic plaques that tell parts of the city's story and dive deeper into our 200-year history. If you have a…
701 Rogers Avenue
Prohibition Bar is the hippest speakeasy and social lounge tucked away in Fort Smith, Arkansas. Specializing in unique quality drinks, we offer patrons a fun place to be with friends and enjoy a drink or two.
401 North 6th Street
Each season consists of six full-run productions. Each is assigned approximately four rehearsal weeks before providing a minimum of eight performances over two weeks. To obtain proper theatrical licensing, each season is set by the Board of Directo…
817 Garrison Avenue
The Majestic is a gathering place for live entertainment in downtown Fort Smith, Arkansas. You will find concerts and a unique event space for private, corporate and charity events. Home to a full bar and commercial kitchen, Majestic offers turnkey e…
200 North 11 Street
First opened in 1929 and placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1992, the doors to the 53,000 sqft. Masonic Temple will reopen in November of 2016! Comprised of 4 stories, the building was constructed using Bedford Stone and contains t…
22 North 13th Street
The founding and initial growth of our Parish coincides with the exodus of Catholics from Ireland during the 1840s and 1850¹s. The first Irish Catholic in Fort Smith was Michael Manning, who came here to work on the construction of the fort in 1840.…
801 North A Street
CLICK HERE FOR 2015-2016 SCHEDULE! Now celebrating it’s 16th season, Artist Audience & Community Live! began as the 801 Concert Series, founded by locals Dick Renko and John McIntosh, in the same great space where we are today. Our mission is to prov…
A 25-foot work of art honors the illustrious lawman, believed to be the first black U.S. deputy marshal west of the Mississippi. Reeves, born into slavery, served for 32 years under Federal Judge Isaac C. Parker. This larger-than-life monument is fit…