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I spent five days recently, attending the “Ladies’ Gathering”. And, as in the past, the park personnel went beyond their duties to make us comfortable and safe. Sheila did a great job in teaching and helping each of us. And Michael gave a wonderful tour...More
This was really interesting. They have an entire historical village and each of the buildings is its own museum. We started in the old courthouse which is also the gift shop. There, you buy the tickets for the rest of the museums. The courthouse is...More
My husband and I chose this destination to celebrate our wedding anniversary since we LOVE American history! We were NOT disappointed, and learned some truly fascinating facts about this little town! Relaxing and so enjoyable, took lots of photos, of course! Park your car and...More
Wow -- we were on our way to another location and the highway we were on just happened to pass through this state park. What a find! This town from the early 1800s was a hub of activity until the railroad chose to bypass it...More
This place is really worth checking out. It has all kind of history. The day we were there you could enter a least a half a dozen buildings. I enjoyed the courthouse and the hostel as well as the gun exhibit. We had a soda...More
If you enjoy history this will be a nice stop for you and it's only minutes from the interstate. Houses and businesses built in the 1800's that are in remarkable shape. Take the tours and eat at the old restaurant if you go. You wont...More
We went here on a weekeday - almost no one else there, so we almost had it to ourselves. The staff were very friendly and helpful, in fact the only disadvantage was that not all exhibits were open.
The highlights (as far as we were...More
Talk about a hidden gem!! This state park is extensive, covering several city blocks. It is a living history museum, which means the docents are dressed in period wear, and each structure has been preserved in its original state (furnishings included) from pre and post-Civil...More
In the many, many times I've visited Washington, Arkansas, I have never had a bad experience. One can wander about the area without being accosted by overbearing personnel or can sign up for a tour of the historic buildings. The Tavern is a fine place...More
Response from missinglynx1955 | Reviewed this property |
I make a point of going when the attractions aren't open so that I can have the place to myself. I like wandering around the town looking at the houses and yards. It's just a different experience from taking the tour.