Lakeport Plantation - Built in 1859, the Lakeport Plantation house is the only remining Arkansas antebellum plantation home on the Mississippi River. The plantation has remained in continuous cotton production since the 1830s. Arkansas State University operates the site as a museum and educational center. The center focuses on the lifestyles and relationships between the people who lived and worked at the plantation - slaves and masters, and tenant farmers and land owners. Tours are available twice a day Monday - Friday. Located in Lake Village, AR.
Delta Cultural Center - Preserving, interpreting and presenting the heritage and culture of the Arkansas Delta. The Center combines education and research with historical and cultural interpretation to communicate the evolving legacy of the Arkansas Delta's rich land and the people who live there.
Paragould Bowl - Your family fun place. Come and experience the sport you can play for a lifetime!
The Hemingway-Pfeiffer Museum and Education Center - Focuses on the internationally connected Pfeiffer family of Piggott and their son-in-law, Ernest Hemingway.
St. Francis County Museum - Exhibits include the J.O. Rush relic collection, reconstructed doctor's office, geology and fossils from Crowley's Ridge, county, veterans, and African-American history. Also serves as the central visitors center for the Crowley's Ridge National Scenic byway
Imperial Dinner Theater - Broadway quality shows in a fine dining atmosphere. The Imperial is home to The Imperial Players, the resident acting company, producing professional quality plays and musicals.
Museum of the Arkansas Grand Prairie - A memorial to prairie pioneers with over 10,000 artifacts. The winner of many awards for leadership in the field of conservation, this unique museum depicts the history of agriculture and the pioneers who farmed the Grand Prairie of eastern Arkansas from the 1800's to 1921.
Sara Howell Art Gallery - Well known for exhibiting outstanding contemporary artists working today with a clarity of vision and integrity of form. Broadening its spectrum, the gallery has built on its original premise of exhibiting representational painters to be inclusive of abstract artists, both of which have strong narrative elements.
Southern Tenant Farmers Museum - Enhances knowledge and understanding of tenant farming and agricultural labor movements in the Mississippi River Delta.
Lepanto Museum - The museum is housed in a very historical two story building of which they have gradually opened up and added many exhibits proudly displaying their heritage. View their general store, doctor's office, blacksmith shop, Indian collection and photography room of old photos.
Eddie Mae Herron Museum Center - A museum, an education center, a community center, a heritage and culture center. The Center preserves and displays a portion of nearly two hundred years of African American history in Randolph County.