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  • Posted to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1996, Lawrie House has served as a private domestic single dwelling built in the Late 19th and 20th Century Colonial Revival architectural ...
  • This Bridge was constructed over the Mississippi River in 1949, and which then reflected a boom in the automobile age after the world war. This initiative was spearheaded by the Memphis and Arkansas...
  • Listed in the National Register of Historic Places since 1982, the Dabbs Store which served as a departmental store and post office in the historical past is presently located within the West Memphi...
  • Built in 1936, this building is an example of Craftsman style architecture with Tudor Revival influences and was nominated to the National Register of Historic Preservation under Criterion C with lo...
  • This is a classic Victorian Renaissance baroque mansion which was originally built in 1850 and further enlarged in 1882 by William Henry Harrison Clayton, who was the district attorney during Judge ...
  • It is a restored former bordello which is perched on the banks of the Arkansas River. Listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, it is an exciting adventure into the past, however, now...
  • This is one of the most charming historic districts down south covering 22 city blocks featuring an array of historic structures spanning 130 years of years of a unique history. It displays numerous...
  • The history of this area abounds with tales and legends of heroism, battles and social justice serving as inspiration and lessons to be learned from a glorious past. You can walk where these soldier...
  • The MCHD comprises of a total of ninety-five buildings that have served as the regional center of civic, business, government and cultural life ever since this town was established in the year 1873....
  • This historical monument at Conway, Arkansas is dedicated to the US Navy personnel is located in front of the 1936 Faulkner County Courthouse building and adjacent to the Faulkner County Historical ...
  • Located in front of the 1936 Faulkner County Courthouse, the Faulkner County Civil War Monument is dedicated to the memory of the Confederate soldiers. A 1925 commemorative sculpture and a silent re...
  • This is a two-room log-house made up of large cypress logs standing as a fine example of log workmanship which was practiced within the state of Arkansas. This historic exhibit was restored and is b...
  • Often referred as Westminster Abbey of Arkansas, Mount Holly Cemetery is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is the final resting place for 11 Arkansas governors, 14 state Supreme...
  • Comprising of multiple National Historic Districts and 135 buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Quapaw Quarter offers a glimpse at Little Rock, 100 years back. Walk or drive...
  • Located at the east end of the River Market District this is a must visit attraction in Little Rock. The William J. Clinton Presidential Center & Park set up on the banks of the Arkansas River draws...
  • This is where the government is housed in the state of Arkansas. Located at Capital Avenue it is home to numerous historical exhibits. Taking sixteen years to construct, from 1899 to 1915, the Capit...
  • In 1839 this house served as a refuge for Sarah Bird Northup Ridge and her children, after the assassination of her Cherokee husband, John Ridge. Fayetteville`s oldest house stands as a post Trail o...
  • Old Johnson Mill is one of the many historic structures in the Fayetteville area. Now a beautiful Inn it offers the most unique lodgings in Arkansas. Designed around the historic Johnson Mill the In...
  • Historic Headquarters House is a significant historic site that played an important role in the Battle of Fayetteville in Arkansas. Built by Judge Jonas Tebbetts in 1853 it miraculously survived the...
  • This is the serene Civil War burial ground overlooking the historic city of Fayetteville. Situated along the gentle slope of an Ozarks ridge, Confederate Cemetery occupies a beautiful setting. The c...
  • Located in the Eureka Springs Historic District, this church was built in the early 1900s, and is listed in "Ripley`s Believe It or Not" because visitors enter the building from the bell tower. Cont...
  • The 1886 Crescent Hotel and Spa has a rich and fascinating history. For the first 15 years after it opened, the place was operated by The Eureka Springs Improvement Company as an exclusive year-roun...
  • This 1913-built Railroad Depot lets you step back in time to when steam locomotives ruled the rails. Enjoy America`s past at the Eureka Springs & North Arkansas Railway Depot that transports you bac...
  • The City of Eureka Springs founded and named on July 4, 1879 had an estimated population of 10,000 people. In 1881 the town was declared a City of the First Class. It is no longer the fourth largest...