Historic Attractions

Witness 200 years of history come back to life through stories and reenactments of outlaws, lawmen, soldiers, Native Americans and other historical figures that played an important role in the development of Fort Smith's unique history. Tour Miss Laura's Visitors Center – a former Old West bordello – and then retrace the footsteps of Deputy U.S. Marshal Bass Reeves and the vile outlaws he brought to justice at the Fort Smith National Historic Site. Explore decades of diverse architectural styles preserved by Fort Smith's beautiful historic districts and grandiose churches. You can even visit the Army base and barbershop where Elvis Presley received, "the haircut heard around the world," after joining the U.S. Military. When you travel to Fort Smith, Arkansas, you won't just learn about history, you'll relive it. Start planning your experience and check out all of the historic attractions that are located throughout the city and close by, below.

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Bass Reeves Monument
200 Garrison Avenue

Oak Cemetery & Sexton House Museum
1401 South Greenwood Avenue

Darby Legacy Monument
1001 Garrison Avenue

The Park at West End
Garrison Avenue and 2 Street

Elvis Barbershop Museum
7020 Taylor Avenue

Zachary Taylor Chimney
22 North 13th Street

The Darby House
311 General Darby Street

Fort Smith Museum of History
320 Rogers Avenue

FUTURE HOME: National U.S. Marshals Museum
14 North 3 Street

Fort Smith Air Museum
6700 McKennon Blvd.

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Interactive Timeline: Downtown Fort Smith Historic Plaques