• Ozark Folk Center - Mountain View, Arkansas

      Roadtrip Attraction
      The Ozark Folk Center is a living history center dedicated to the perpetuation of the music, crafts and folklore of the Ozark Mountains. Watch craftsman demonstrating old-time crafts like silver casting, felting spinning, gunsmithing, blade forging and many more. Tap your feet to lively folk music in the music pavilion offered several times a day or attend the evening concert. You can take classes in crafts or learn to play a mountain instrument. Check the calendar to see if there is a special event - there are many!

      If you go:
      This state park charges an admission fee; day, evening concert or a combination ticket. Restaurant on premises. Cabins for rent also. A shuttle bus takes you from the entrance to the exhibit area or you can walk. RV and car parking available. Hours vary by season. Much of the village is barrier-free.

      Links:


      Ozark Fok Center State Park
      10232 Park Avenue
      Mountain View, Arkansas 72560 USA
      Ozarkfolkcenter@arkansas.com


      Phone Numbers:

      Ozark Folk Center
      +1 (870) 269-3851

      Cabins at Dry Creek
      +1 (870) 269-3851

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      1. Mark Sedenquist's Avatar
        Mark Sedenquist -
        And even cooler, if you go the main square in the center of town in the summer evenings (starting about 6:30 pm) local musicians jam until the late night hours. Anyone with an instrument is welcome to sit in. Free and fun!
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