Opening its doors in May of 2005, the Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum is a preservation and exhibition that commemorates America's naval and maritime history and provides information about the World War II era as well as emphasis on present vessels. The museum is home to the submarine USS Razorback which is a retired veteran of the Vietnam War and Cold War as well as World War II.
A research library, theater, and large museum all make up the grounds of the maritime display. A museum store is also found on site that features clothing and hats as well as memorabilia commemorating the USS Razorback as well as other vessels.
The museum is open every weekend, Friday through Sunday. On Friday and Saturday the museum hours are 10 am to 6 pm and Sundays from 1 pm to 6 pm. Admission prices are reasonable and group rates are available. Small children are welcome but it is recommended that children under age five not tour the USS Razorback exhibit. Group tours are available and group rates apply with a minimum group size of eight visitors. Birthdays and overnight stays can also be booked for organized groups. The minimum group size is ten people.