I loved everything about this museum, not the least of which that it was free. For a family of five on vacation, things can really add up so we appreciate opportunities like this when they come along! Housed in a beautiful, charming old historic building, loads of Arkansas history, includes exhibits on the governors, first ladies, civil war (lots of confederate civil war history as well as veterans gatherings etc.) the antebellum south, civil rights movement, and interesting to me a display on the reputation of Arkansas as hillbilly-moonshine backwoods country and overcoming that in modern times, which I didn't even think about prior, but I guess when you think about it is true! The State has done a really nice job restoring and maintaing this beautiful old building - you can see where the old courtrooms and senate chambers were and look out over the river through the old windows...just a really nice way to spend a few hours in the historic part of Little Rock.
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