The Hemingway-Pfeifer Museum and Educational Center

The HEMINGWAY-PFEIFFER MUSEUM and EDUCATIONAL CENTER features the restored home and barn studio where Ernest Hemingway penned portions of some of his most famous works, including A Farewell to Arms. The museum offers tours, exhibits, educational programs, special events, Hemingway and related books, and unique gifts. Group tours are offered by appointment, with drop-in tours…

The MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History

The MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History interprets our state’s military heritage and honors the contributions of Arkansans who served in conflicts from territorial period to the present. It is located in the Arsenal Building, a National Historic Landmark and one of Little Rock’s oldest surviving structures. Built in 1840 to protect a frontier state…

The Outlaw Of The Ozarks

By Joe David Rice Not many Arkansas convicts have been featured in four-page spreads in Life magazine. Nor have many been the subject of a song, much less half a dozen tunes. But Joseph Lytle Hilderbrand was not your usual Arkansas criminal. Sixty years ago, Hilderbrand was transported to the Tucker State Prison Farm in…