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Lakeport Plantation, Lake Village

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  • We visited the Lakeport Plantation on our last family vacation. It was not our final destination, but it was on the way. It is the only Arkansas plantation home that predates the Civil War (older home...  more »
  • This is not your average plantation home, cause it's not crammed with period objects and your not welcomed by a guide dressed up in period dress. This home is almost empty except for a couple of objec...  more »
  • We had a restrictive time schedule and the host accommodated us. He was knowledgeable and gave us aninteresting tour answering all our questions. Very worthwhile stop.  more »
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  • Check out time that it's open before going. We had tour that showed all there is to. Great piece of American history.
  • WARNING House closes at 4 not 5!! Looked lovely from the outside, but we drove pretty far out of our way to be unable to see inside of the place. It would be helpful to locate "house closes at 4" above the bolded "Office Hours M-F 8-5" on their website. I was told in the office that it takes an hour to tour the home. The website says tours are available only at 10 and 2. If the only way to actually go inside the home is to do it for an entire hour at 10 or 2 on a weekday, not many people will ever be able to tour, or even head down the highway to see the outside. It makes me sad. Preservation of these places is not that important if they are inaccessible.
  • This past November, I took a painful walk through history, a walk that should be required by all Americans....and a walk that I did appreciate. There needs to a Museum like this in every city.
  • A perfectly restored plantation that tells the story of Arkansas, the Arkansas Delta and Lake Village. An incredible experience for people who love history. A worthy investment of both time and money.
  • Beautiful restored plantation house, great staff which provided a lot of interesting information about the history of the farm including slavery.