Stroll through the galleries of the Arkansas Arts Center and see masterpieces by some of the most famous artists in the world. Rembrandt, Claude Monet, Picasso, Diego Rivera, Van Gogh, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, and Jackson Pollack are just a few artists featured in the art museum. ACC is also home to a children's theater and a studio school.
Venture back in time to the frontier days of the Natural State at the Historic Arkansas Museum. The historic site museum includes five restored, pre-Civil War houses, and the museum center features six galleries that house locally made decorative, mechanical and fine art pieces. With actors portraying residents of the past throughout the historic site, you'll forget we're living in the 21st century
Take a look at the military past of the Natural State at the MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History. The museum chronicles Arkansas military history from its function during the state's infancy, to its present day role. Artifacts, photographs, weapons, documents, and uniforms help to detail the state's interesting military experience.
Learn about African American history within the state of Arkansas at the Mosaic Templars Cultural Center. The exhibits at this cultural center and museum focus on the contributions made to business, politics, and arts by African American individuals. The center explores the time periods between 1870 to present day, and sheds light on how important the African American impact has been in the state, the nation and the world.
Hang out at the Museum of Discovery and learn something new in a fun way. Subjects like science, math, and technology are learned through fun exhibits like the Bug Zoo, Energy!, Imagination Station, Room to Grow, and Health Hall. The interactive, hands-on exhibits are just the beginning of all the fun to be had at this museum. To experience even more discovery, visit after renovations are completed in January 2012.
Tour the Old State House Museum and you will be walking through the oldest standing state capitol building west of the Mississippi River. The historic building is now home to exhibits that feature topics like Arkansas women in history, the role of the old capitol building, the political history of the state, folk art, the state's depression era, and much more. You'll leave the Old State House Museum an expert in the history of Arkansas.
Explore one of the oldest neighborhoods in Little Rock, Quapaw Quarter. Over 200 homes and buildings in the area are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Check out Scott, Center and Spring streets, where you'll see dozens of homes from the Antebellum and Victorian eras.