Museums & Sites

 
Arkansas is as unique and varied as the people who call it home. Our history and heritage is woven throughout the state in the rich colors, patterns and textures found in our arts, our architecture, our museums and even our landscape. This colorful assortment is all a part of the Department of Arkansas Heritage. Each of our museums and agencies work to further our mission.

Arkansas State Archives

With more than 200 years of Arkansas history available at the Arkansas State Archives, we are here to preserve and make history available to you.

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Old State House Museum

Since 1833, when construction began, the building and its grounds have witnessed many of the most important events in Arkansas history.

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Delta Cultural Center

The Delta Cultural Center is a museum and educational complex that tells the story of a land and its people, capturing what makes the Arkansas Delta region unique.

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Mosaic Templars

The museum is dedicated to telling the story of the African American experience in Arkansas.

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Jacob Wolf House

The Wolf House was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.

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Trapnall Hall

Trapnall Hall, constructed in 1843 in the Greek Revival style of architecture, was once the home of Frederic and Martha Trapnall. The home’s architect is unknown, but it was one of the few brick houses in Little Rock at the time that it was built.

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Historic Markers

Arkansas historic markers, sites and trails.

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