Delta Cultural Center
The Delta Cultural Center has multiple buildings and outdoor park and exhibit areas, with major exhibits in a restored depot and a Visitors Center on Cherry Street. All are dedicated to telling the stories of the Arkansas Delta. Depot exhibits detail the history of the Delta from its earliest inhabitants, into early settlement, through the great Mississippi River floods. "Civil War in the Delta” gives visitors insight into Union occupation and the Battle of Helena. Waysides outside of the depot introduce Helena’s multi-faceted Civil War story.
The Visitors Center, located one block north of the Depot, features exhibits providing unique perspectives on the Delta's rich blues music heritage. The musum is host to daily (Monday-Friday) live broadcasts of the longest running blues radio program, King Biscuit Time, airing on Helena's KFFA radio. The Delta Sounds Exhibit is a must-visit stop along the Arkansas Delta Music Trail: Sounds from the Soil and Soul and the African American Heritage Trail. The Delta Cultural Center is an official Interpretive Center for the Great River Road and the Crowley's Ridge Parkway National Scenic Byways.