Kindergarten - 3rd Grade

1850s Farmstead Tour

1 hour, $1 each, Oct., Nov., Mar., Apr., May

Visit the farmstead and learn about the four log buildings, do pioneer kids' chores and discover the ways they used corn.

Living in a Frontier City

1 hour, $1 each, daily

Visit Little Rock's oldest house plus homes from the 1840s. Learn about how pioneers slept, traveled, ate, stayed clean and kept warm in the winter and cool in the summer.

Then and Now in Arkansas

1 hour, $4 each, Thursdays in Oct., Nov., Mar., April, May

A hands-on program of compare and contrast: horn books to computers; fireplace toasters to electric toasters; brogan shoes to today's shoes. Enjoy pioneer recess at the end.

Self-Guided Museum Center Visit

1 hour, free, daily (must have reservations)

See a film related to a permanent exhibit, then take a self-guided tour of galleries. Permanent exhibits include We Walk in Two Worlds: The Caddo, Osage and Quapaw in Arkansas and The Knife Gallery.Other galleries have changing exhibits, some always featuring the museum's Arkansas Made collection and contemporary Arkansas artists. The Sturgis Children's Gallery, for hands-on interaction, is upstairs.