The Historic Arkansas Museum, formerly known as Arkansas Territorial Restoration, is a historic site 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: 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, an 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; 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.