Arts & Cultures

Fort Smith's vibrant downtown arts and culture district features the work of more than twenty world-renowned urban contemporary artists and innumerable historic sites, heritage museums, art galleries and more.


64/6 Downtown is a non-profit organization committed to the revitalization of downtown Fort Smith, Arkansas by creating vibrant spaces and events for the community.
Standing regally in the Belle Grove Historic District, the Clayton House serves as a living history book of Fort Smith’s elegant Victorian period during the city’s frontier beginnings on the border of Indian Territory. The Italianate-style mansion...
Local Art Pop Up Gallery Downtown Fort Smith. Providing newbie and seasoned artists another experience in our ever-growing art scene.
e host regional and national conventions generate taxes, individual spending, job creation and major economic impact to our local city, state and region.
The mission of the Fort Smith Museum of History is to collect, preserve and share the history and culture of Fort Smith and the surrounding region.
Art Museum - Exhibits, lectures, adult workshops, children classes and camps
Art gallery and restoration service
9 AM-4 PM (Mon-Fri); 12:30 PM-4 PM (Sat); 1:30 PM-4:30 PM (Sun)
The United States Marshals Museum will be a 50,000 square foot world-class facility on the banks of the Arkansas River in Fort Smith, AR. Opening September 24, 2019, the Museum will be iconic in design and transformative in experience.

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PO Box 1153 • Fort Smith, AR 72902


The Fort Smith Downtown Business Association (FSDBA) meets every month on the second Wednesday from 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM The location varies so please check our calendar of events for location information.
Visitors welcome!