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About United States Marshals Museum
Set on the banks of the Arkansas River, the United States Marshals Museum is housed in an innovative facility named the Mary Carleton and Robert A. Young III Building.
The United States Marshals Museum features a unique exterior with a modified star-shaped design signifying the star badge worn by courageous U.S. Marshals. Inside, five immersive galleries educate guests about the critical, ever-evolving role the Marshals have played in upholding the Rule of Law, driven by justice, integrity and service. The Museum’s National Learning Center combines the Museum experience with education programming focused on the Constitution, the Rule of Law and civic literacy. It will engage local and national audiences using a variety of resources. Guests also get to pay tribute to the more than 350 Marshals killed in the line of duty since 1789 by visiting the Samuel M. Sicard Hall of Honor.