Comfort Inn & Suites
2370 Sanders Street
Conway, AR 72032
Phone: (501) 513-4989
Fax: (501) 513-4991
Arts & Museums
Located in the historic old 1896 jail on the Faulkner County Courthouse grounds, this museum shows the historical development of Faulkner County's prehistoric to present inhabitants with exhibits including artifacts, equipment, household items, clothing, historic and modern crafts, and photographs.
The Arkansas National Guard Museum is dedicated to preserving the history of Camp Pike and Camp Robinson.
This traditional gallery is filled with beautiful artwork created by lesser-known artists from across the country and even around the world. Here you can view (and even buy) serene landscapes and realistic portraits in a variety of media, such as oil, watercolor and pastel. Each piece is framed in an exquisite wooden or metal frame worthy of exhibition on its own. This gallery also offers framing services to the public. The rates are reasonable, and the selection of frames and matting are exceptional.
If your tastes run beyond the average still life or landscape, come view the art in this gallery/frame shop. Here you will find surreal landscapes reminiscent of Dali, vivid watercolor portraits that go beyond Impressionism, and pleasing abstract work. Once you find something that will accent your home, you can select the frame you want from among several styles and materials. The helpful staff will be more than happy to aid you in selecting matting to accent your artwork's colors.
The Local Color Gallery hosts works of over 20 artists in and around the Arkansas area. Suited for both the experienced art observer and the novice, the works have a proper mix of the simple and the breathtaking. Classic oils, pastels, watercolors and other mediums are used to adorn the canvas and beyond. The gallery hosts a range of events from time to time, providing timely updates for the works on its walls. At times, the simple becomes a breath of fresh-air. Nothing underlines that more than the Local Color Gallery.
Artifacts on display tell of Jacksonville's military involvement from the Civil War to current day.