Museum News

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Meet Our 2024 Board of Directors

Our board members dedicate their time and expertise to help guide our nonprofit organization. To learn more about our board members, click here.

Limited Vendor Spaces Available

Pioneer Day Vendor Registration Is Now Available for Download

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Vendor Registration Form for the 2024 Pioneer & Heritage Days Festival in Berryville, Arkansas

The new “Historical Quarterly” is now out!

Not a member? No problem, join the Carroll County Historical and Genealogical Society today and you’ll get every quarterly mailed to you free! Contact our office to join. Your membership helps supports our efforts to preserve, protect and celebrate all of Carroll County history.

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OPENING DAY! The Carroll County Heritage Center reopened for a new season on Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2024. Please stop in and learn about what’s new with the museum and our special events we have planned for in 2024.

Please help support the Carroll County Heritage Museum. You can now make a donation conveniently online by clicking on the PayPal button below:



Thank you for your support!


2023 Pioneer Days A Success, Draws Large Crowds To Berryville

The 2023 Pioneer Days & Heritage Festival the weekend of Sept. 22-23 was a huge success, allowing thousands of local residents and area visitors the chance to step back in time to explore Carroll County history up close and personal. It included lots of family-friendly fun, live music, good food, history demonstrations, vendors, and the chance to tour restored vintage buildings in Pioneer Park, next to the Berryville Public Library.

Our thanks to all the bands that performed, and to The Mountain Gypsies of nearby Madison County for their amazing show that closed out the festival. Here are videos of just two of their songs that delighted the crowd:

We will be posting photos of the festival in the coming week. Please check back soon to see more!


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Historian Dale Ross signed copies of his book “A Voice For Ira” during the Ice Cream Social community event on the Berryville Square in June. Dale is a long-serving member of the Carroll County Historical Society Board of Directors. You can order a copy of Dale’s book from by clicking here.

We are excited to be open again, and we look forward to a great year in 2023! Please follow this blog as we add photos and history articles about Carroll County.

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Watch for our new blog coming soon

As we launch our new website, we will be updating our new blog on a regular basis to inform our community about our events.