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Arkansas Governor's Mansion
1800 Center Street
Little Rock, Arkansas 72206
Voice: 501-324-9805

Hours of Tours:

Tuesday 10:00am - 11:30am
Thursday 1:00pm - 2:30pm

Times are subject to house availability. The tours include visits to all public rooms, free admission.

The Georgian Colonial-style home, completed in 1950 during Governor Sidney McMath's term, incorporated brick from the old Arkansas School for the Blind, which originally occupied the site, and has been the home of all Arkansas Governors. A bust of President Clinton, who lived there during the 12 years of his Governorship, is displayed just inside the grounds.



Pictures and information were provided by the Arkansas Convention & Visitors Bureau

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