Our Mission

The Old State House Museum is the original state capitol of Arkansas. Since 1833, when construction began, the building and its grounds have witnessed many of the most important events in Arkansas history.


About Us

The Old State House Museum is the original state capitol of Arkansas. Since 1833, when construction began, the building and its grounds have witnessed many of the most important events in Arkansas history. The Old State House has hosted the admission of Arkansas to the Union, a fatal Bowie knife fight between two sitting legislators, the Arkansas vote to secede from the United States and join the Confederacy, pioneering medical research into hookworm and malaria, and two acceptance speeches by the president of the United States.


Calendar

7

May 2015

Brown Bag Lunch Lecture: Sultana Disaster

12:00 PM

Old State House Museum, Little Rock

8

May 2015

Second Friday Art Night

5:00 PM

Old State House Museum, Little Rock

20

May 2015

Little Beginnings Toddler Program: Bicycles!

10:30 AM

Old State House Museum, Little Rock

2

Jun 2015

Brown Bag Lunch Lecture: End of the War

12:00 PM

Old State House Museum, Little Rock