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Plantation Agriculture Museum, Scott

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#36 of 50 in Museums in Arkansas
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4.7
  • Fascinating walk thru farming and social history. Lots of big exhibits. Interesting for just adults and interactive enough for kids of all ages in a family. Lots to see and in a beautiful area on the ...  more »
  • I took my children as well as several members of my girl scout troop to the museum this Sunday. They have a great description of how cotton is grown. They have interesting exhibits on growing cotton, ...  more »
  • Which was the day we were there. So we just walked around the outdoor things we could see. It is interesting to see all the cotton working farm equipment and the cotton plants.  more »
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  • Very nice place and staff. Very educational. Had a good time with our 3 small children.
  • Very informative & fascinating. Free entry. Go on a nice day, as many of the exhibits are outdoors.
  • Interesting museum. I left having no idea what I just looked at. The people were very friendly and welcoming.
  • This a small museum but it's an interesting slice of history. They are open most days of the week but going for special festivals is probably the best option.
  • Very interesting indoor exhibits about pioneer/plantation life & sharecropping. Lots of amazing heavy equipment & implements outdoors, and the old cotton gin. Only about 4 miles from Toltec Mounds, also highly recommended.