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Have you been to the Crittenden County Museum?



One of the areas best kept secrets is the Crittenden County Museum in Earle.

The museum houses a treasure trove of items from the more than two centuries of local history, with relics, artifacts, photos and more from days gone by.

The museum hosted an Open House back last August, and it was “a great

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The Crittenden County Museum in Earle recently underwent a renovation.

Photo courtesy of P.J. Cox MUSEUM

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success,” according to the museum’s director P.J. Cox, with over 85 people who attended.

“Some from as far as Texas,” Cox said. “The museum has been renovated inside and out and is ready to host group tours. Our _rst group tour was Wynne Senior Citizen’s Center with a total of 35 people on March 20, who enjoyed all the beautiful outstanding artifacts the museum houses.”

The museum has the capacity to host up to 60 or more tourists at a time. Cox invites any local history buffs, school classes or clubs to book your free tour now.

Look us up on Facebook or email us at director.crittenden., or call to set up your tour at 870-792-7669.”

TOP: The Crittenden County Museum can host tour groups of all sizes. BOTTOM LEFT: It’s just a short drive down Highway 64 to Earle to check out the museum. BOTTOM RIGHT: Museum director P.J. Cox will inform and enlighten you about our local history.

Photos courtesy of P.J. Cox

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