Department of Arkansas Heritage Education Information

Whether you are a student looking for information to use in an assignment, an educator in need of instructional materials or a family seeking something to do in this great state, we have resources to help you. The Department of Arkansas Heritage offers a variety of programs, materials and services to the public interested in learning more about Arkansas's historical, cultural, natural and artistic culture.

We have helped thousands learn more about their community, county and state. Although many people view the department as an outstanding resource for Arkansas history, we offer much more. We can help you learn about nature, art, music, to name a few topics that are found within our museums and heritage resources agencies. Kids of all ages can have fun while learning about our fascinating state by visiting our web fun page.

Educators of all kinds will find our DAH agency resources useful. We offer ten different types of services to assist individuals, scout groups, church youth groups, civic clubs, schools, families, and others interested in learning the story Arkansas has to tell. From lesson plans to special events, most of our services are free to the public.

There is always something to do. Keep current on annual events, exhibit openings, new findings in nature and important Arkansas places. To learn about the opportunities available at all of our agencies, visit agencies calendars, newsrooms, view annual reports, or sign up for our e-mail newsletters.

Learn how you can help support the Department of Arkansas Heritage in its mission to discover, preserve and present Arkansas history and heritage for future generations. You may want to volunteer your time or donate a family heirloom. Help us preserve our past for the future.