Drew County Historical Museum
Location: 404 South Main Street, Monticello
Hours: 1-5 p.m. Friday; 2-5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday; and by appointment.
Call: (870) 367-5651
Artifacts, antiques in a home built in 1909; two 1800s log cabins, guided tours, activity programs (Other numbers to call include: 870-367-6349; 870-367-5746.)
Drew County Courthouse
Location: 201 S. Main Street, Monticello
Hours: 8-5pm Monday - Friday
Call: (870) 460-6000
Designed by architect H. Ray Burks and constructed in 1932 by the contractors Hewitt and Russell, this courthouse is a striking example of a Classic Revival, Art Deco, Art Moderne-style building. Listed on the National Historic Register Oct. 17, 1997.
Monticello Post Office
Location: 211 W. Gaines Street, Monticello
The Monticello Post Office is a U.S. Postal Service structure containing a sculpture financed through the U.S. Treasury Department's Section on Fine Arts. As such, it is significant for its associations with the Section's efforts to employ Depression-era artists and place art in post offices around the country. Despite some alterations, the structure retains sufficient integrity for National Register listing within this context. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places Aug. 14, 1998. The mural by artist Berta Margoulies depicts the growing of tomatoes.
Selma Rosenwald School
Location: Collins Road about .25 South of US 278, Selma
The Selma Rosenwald School is associated with education in the Selma area and Drew County. Additionally, it is significant as a part of Julius Rosenwald's legacy as the foremost benefactor to Negro education in the South, and as the only surviving Rosenwald school in Drew County. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places March 2, 2006.
Japanese American Relocation Camp
Location: Arkansas Highway 1, Rohwer
Site of Japanese-American internment camp during World War II (1942-1945). Monuments honor former Rohwer internees who served in the U. S. armed forces in Europe, as well as the 442nd Japanese-American Unit of the 100th Battalion which distinguished itself in World War II combat. Listed on the National Historic Register July 30, 1974. Site became a National Historic Landmark on July 6, 1992.