Arkansas Hotel Reservations
Old State House Museum
Set out on a tour of the Old State House in Little Rock
Originally built in 1842, the Old State House Museum occupies the building formerly home to the Arkansas State Capitol. The Capitol was relocated in 1911, leaving the building to various other uses until it became Old State House Museum in 1947.
In its current state the building is among the oldest standing state capitol buildings in the United States. Located in Little Rock, Old State House has been declared a National Historic landmark and is listed on The National Register of Historic Places.
The Museum in Little Rock features exhibits that display the rich cultural history of the state and its Southern heritage. Tours are available and encouraged in addition to resources available for classroom use.
The Old State House as well as Trapnall Hall are both available for rent to accommodate weddings, receptions and gatherings.
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