New museum dedicated to telling story of nation's oldest law enforcement agency
Throughout the museum, guests will learn the full story of the Marshals, which dates back to the ratification of the U.S. Constitution
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By Sarah Roebuck
FORT SMITH, Ark. — A new interactive museum in Arkansas is dedicated to telling the story of the Marshals, the nation's oldest law enforcement agency, the Thinkwell Group announced.
The U.S. Marshals Museum is an interactive experience located on the historic banks of the Arkansas River. The Thinkwell Group, a design and production agency, was responsible for the design, production and delivery of the experience.
Throughout the museum, guests will learn the full story of the Marshals, which dates back to the ratification of the U.S. Constitution.
"The story of the U.S. Marshals is the story of America – of struggling to live up to the ‘glorious promise’ of the Constitution,” Cynthia Sharpe, Senior Principal at Thinkwell and Executive Creative Director on the project said. “We had to create a space in which guests could engage with some really challenging moments in the nation's history, but also balance it with the fun and larger-than-life stories of the U.S. Marshals Service."
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