A little history lesson...the railroad through Calico Rock was built by the St. Louis & Iron Mountain Railroad.  In 1903. their depots were built of lumber and were painted bright yellow and green.  In the 1940's, the depots had deteriorated and had to be renovated.  They used asbestos siding and painted them white with brown or burnt orange trim.

Later, you'll be able to enter the Calico Rock train depot at the turn of the century.  The bulletin chalk board on the side of the depot is original to the Calico Rock train depot.

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Calico Rock Community Foundation

104 Main Street

Calico Rock, Arkansas 72519

         The Calico Rock Museum & Visitor Center is scheduled to open the new Calico Rock Heritage Center exhibits on April 1, 2021.​

        In addition to the heritage center, we are finishing our archival space and outdoor classroom.

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        In order to keep our progress continuing, we hope you will consider a tax-deductible gift toward our building project.

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Welcome aboard the Ozark Queen steamboat where you'll be able to walk through the galley (above), stroll along the Texas deck, and find your way into the dining room of the steamboat.