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Mosaic Templars Cultural Center, Little Rock

(4.6/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • We enjoyed seeing this Arkansas Black history museum. The exhibits ranged from the early 1800s to the present and included famous Arkansans, like Maya Angelou, doctors, comedians, sports figures and p...  more »
  • the building itself is a splended rebuild of an historic African American center of culture. the building burned several years ago and was completely rebuilt ... looks like the old but with all new sy...  more »
  • We took our 4th graders to this center and to see the way they responded to the exhibits was priceless. We learned a lot and they actually took the time to read and ask questions. We had a diverse gro...  more »
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  • Absolutely a must see for essential history of untold Arkansas history focused on African Americans. Downtown location with free parking nearby. If you're passing through and especially if you're visiting Clinton Library this is worth your time.
  • This museum is a true gem and a wonderful addition to the historical legacy of Arkansas. You can explore local Little Rock history, artifacts, photographs, paintings and more. It is a wonderful museum for kids to illustrate the history and contributions of African Americans in the sate.
  • Awesome! Thanks for the Juneteenth Experience!
  • Excellent display of local and international African American history!
  • This is an excellent museum. It is a wonderful, quiet place to spend a relaxing afternoon with a friend, family member, or all alone. It is a great way to educate yourself about your place in national and state history and to experience your place in our Arkansas and American culture past, present and future. Go now! Its free and open Tuesday through Saturday nine to five.