Historic Homes

Historic Arkansas Museum is a historic site museum of Arkansas's frontier days. Explore restored antebellum homes on their original block, including the c. 1827 Hinderliter Grog Shop, Little Rock's oldest surviving structure, as well as the Brownlee House, McVicar House and the Woodruff Print Shop.

To tell the story of agriculture in early Arkansas, the museum's grounds are also home to the c. 1830s Plum Bayou Log House which has been relocated to Historic Arkansas Museum from its original location near Scott, Arkansas. As you visit the Plum Bayou Log House, you will be surrounded by the 1850s Farmstead, which provides an authentic 19th century context for the main house.



Brownlee House - Late 1840s

Brownlee House - Late 1840s

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Hinderliter Grog Shop - c. 1826-27

Hinderliter Grog Shop - c. 1826-27

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McVicar House - Late 1840s

McVicar House - Late 1840s

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Plum Bayou Log House - Mid-19th Century

Plum Bayou Log House - Mid-19th Century

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Woodruff Print Shop - c. 1824

Woodruff Print Shop - c. 1824

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