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This place was quite a surprise since it's in a small town in Arkansas. We were passing through from Texas going to Illinois, but as I had lived there for a few years as a small child, I wanted to visit some old places as well as the cemetery. My Mom told me to be sure to visit the museum.... 更多
Very interesting, many tools and farm equipment, and items used in the home before people had the use of electrical appliances. Handmade duck callers, carved duck decoys and so much more items that were donated by many of the descendent s of early settlers to that region of Arkansas. Admission was free, but donations accepted. Truly, worth the visit.
This is a little jewel in the middle of the delta. There is so much to see and learn here in a fun way. Especially when my children were young we would go there and see all the exhibits and then have a picnic in the park next to it.
The whole family enjoyed this place! They have a wide variety of things to see. I especially loved the village. We didn't have enough time to spend in there because we arrived at 3:00 & they close at 4:00. Will definitely go back when we have more time. One of the best free museums that I've been to.
I stopped by on a Saturday afternoon, and was happy to learn that all of the positive reviews here were accurate. The staff is polite and friendly, and the museum is terrific! It covers duck hunting, rice farming, Native American history of the region, farming industrialization, farm life, and more, with many historical artifacts from each activity and era. Definitely... 更多
Don't let the outside fool you into thinking the inside will be a couple of rooms with little to offer. This museum has room after room of interesting artifacts--transportation to bird calls to a whole room of native plants and animals. Clothes, jewelry, a surrey with the fringe on top all await. A great little place in the Delta and... 更多
We went to Stuttgart to check out Macks Prairie wings. While there one of the salesmen suggested we stop at... 更多