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Where do I begin? First of all it’s free, but donations are welcome and deserved. The Old State House Museum is gorgeous inside and out. The building itself is enough reason to just stop in. But, there’s more...
There are so many small, unique exhibits...More
I really enjoyed my visit. I am glad they included an exhibit on quilts to showcase the creative labor of black women and told the story of important black figures in Arkansas' history. However I felt that Native history was underrepresented with only a few...More
Went here during my granddaughters TaeKwanDo tournament. There was an African American quilt exhibit which was wonderful. I stayed to tour the rest of the museum and found it quite exceptional. Highly recommend. It’s free!!
This is worth a visit. Very friendly staff and a lot of interesting exhibits. There was a special exhibits about quilts when we were there. And a murder was committed here during a legislative session ......
We visited thr old state house museum while the miss Arkansas pageant was taking place outside om the front lawn
The museum is free to enter with a donation box of you wish yo contribute.
Hilary Clinton's red dress is on show but there is...More
I have not been to the OSH since I was a child and wasn't expecting much on my last visit, but when I took my young son to see the exhibit, I was pleasantly surprised. The staff was knowledgeable and helpful, and the exhibits were...More
Excellent place to study Arkansas history. They have done a great job of keeping the place in great shape. The staff was very friendly and very helpful. The exhibits were choked full of info. Several videos that were professionally done and full of info. My...More
Enjoyed walking through and looking at all of the history on display. Nice that it’s free. A little disappointed that some of the things on display didn’t necessarily have any history related to Arkansas. Especially enjoyed the display on the Rangers and Arkansas State Police!