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My husband and I visited the museum in the hopes of seeing the old gun display; however, there was another exhibit showing. We toured the museum, and then paid for a guide to show us the grounds which included a frontier home, shop, slave quarters,...More
I was able to get to the museum before it closed at 4:00. It is a lovely piece of history nestled in the downtown area.
The staff was very friendly and answered any questions I had. The children’s wing was under renovation so I was...More
The museum has interesting parts with some unusual elements. But the original effort many years ago to preserve the properties deserves the credit for enabling this great site -- right in the middle of the city. And the result is wonderful if you are into...More
Admission was $8 total for four visitors. That included a guided tour of a number of old buildings, with an exceptional tour guide. At one of the stops, a costumed Mr. McVicar described how he went to California to look for gold in 1850 and...More
Learn early Arkansas Territory history by touring this collection of historic building from the earliest settlement of Little Rock. As you go from one to another it is liking you are living in a different earlier time. The main museum building has some great collections...More
It's a place unlike you've been to in a long time. History is brought to life no matter your age. Children have activities, adults have treasures to behold, and the whole family has incredible sights to see!