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The Gravette Historical Museum contains collections of local heirlooms, memorabilia, and artifacts documenting the history of Gravette.

The Museum boasts an impressive collection of Gravette High School annuals and class pictures.

GRAVETTE HISTORICAL MUSEUM

503 Charlotte St SE.

Gravette, AR 72736

Open Thursday, Friday, and Saturday

10:00 AM - 3:00 PM and by appointment.

Phone: 479-212-8021

Step back in time with a visit to the Gravette Historical Museum. The museum consists of two buildings, the Kindley House and the museum annex. The Kindley House is the childhood home of World War I flying ace Capt. Field E. Kindley, who spent much of his childhood in Gravette. The home features period pieces, many of which have Gravette roots. The home is available for tours. The annex building is open Thursday through Saturday and contains numerous displays detailing Gravette's history.

Museum Commission
​Steve Mitchael

President
 

John Mitchael
Vice President

 

Lavon Stark
Secretary


Mike VonRee
Teasurer

Louise Evans
 

Jay Mitchael
 

Bob Kelley
 

Patti Bertschy
 

Betsy Meek
 

Al Blair
 

Randi VanNoy

Commission meetings are held quarterly at 6:30 PM in the museum display building next to the Kindley House. All meetings are open to the public.