The Historic Arkansas Museum, formerly known as Arkansas Territorial Restoration, is a historic site and museum located in the heart of downtown Little Rock. It features some of the oldest buildings in the state, on their original sites, including five pre-Civil War houses: the 1830s Hinderliter Grog Shop, the 1840s McVicar and Brownlee Houses and the 1820s Arkansas Gazette print shop are joined by the transplanted Plum Bayou Log House, a 1830s plantation house from Scott, Arkansas.
Located two blocks from the Statehouse Convention Center. From I-30, take exit 141-A. Turn left at Cumberland Street, and make an immediate right at Third Street. The visitor parking lot is in the southwest corner of Third and Cumberland Streets.
Hours and Cost:
Monday – Saturday: 9 a.m. – 5 pm
Sunday: 1 p.m. – 5 pm
(Tours depart hourly except noon; the last tour is at 4 pm daily)
Cost is $2.50 for a guided tour.
Tours are free the first Sunday of each month. All galleries and visitor activities inside the museum facility are free.