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Mosaic Templars Cultural Center

501 W 9th St, Little Rock, AR 72201-4111
+1 501-683-3593
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Very Educational

If you want to take your children or even go on a date, this is a nice place to start. It is free... read more

Reviewed 20 September 2017
leeL4181IC
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Little Rock, Arkansas
An important history

This museum is full of surprising historical information. Would be a great addition to a visit to... read more

Reviewed 16 August 2017
susan d
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This is the newest museum in the Little Rock area! It is a museum of African American history and is a member of the Department of Arkansas Heritage. It has such awesome stories to tell and I think you should def include it on your list of things to do in Little Rock.
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  • Average2%
  • Poor4%
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501 W 9th St, Little Rock, AR 72201-4111
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Reviewed 20 September 2017

If you want to take your children or even go on a date, this is a nice place to start. It is free but they do take donations. You can learn a lot about the African American from Little Rock and surrounding areas. They also...More

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Reviewed 16 August 2017

This museum is full of surprising historical information. Would be a great addition to a visit to the LR Central Museum and then on to Memphis to see the Civil Rights Museum.It also has an amazing museum store with original works of jewelry from local...More

1  Thank susan d
Reviewed 10 August 2017

A must see of old black history, also be sure to walk down to the Arkansas Flag and Banner and take a tour of Dreamland Ballroom, Ella Fitzgerald, Duke Ellington and many famous groups performed there, a superb place to see.

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Reviewed 1 March 2017

The Mosaic Templars Cultural Center is full of rich history. The tour guide we had was very knowledgeable and full of information. The exhibits were outstanding and provided a wealth of knowledge. The displays are arranged very orderly and were easy to navigate. It was...More

1  Thank Deborah B
Reviewed 27 January 2017

Interesting displays, some special programs in a nice cozy auditorium .... Attended Florence Price program there with short film and a local historian for discussion afterward.

Thank K. R
Reviewed 11 October 2016

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 politicians. The exterior and interior architecture is beautiful.

Thank h0mefree2
Reviewed 3 August 2016

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 systems. I houses a thorough and interesting collection of African American...More

Thank Jim D
Reviewed 25 July 2016

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 group and everyone was interested in...More

Thank gloria833
Reviewed 16 July 2016

more about Little Rock, Ar. and all that it was and is. Came to the museum while The Kinsey Collection was present. This museum is very well put together and is free to the public. Did not have crowds to battle, but had a steady...More

Thank RADPrincipal
Reviewed 27 June 2016

One of the best place to find out about 9th Street in Little Rock. It has photos of day gone by in the area. The shop that was there, the clubs, and the doctor. Every thing you want to know about Black History in Little...More

Thank cmcgee2014
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