Southern Tenant Farmers Museum

This museum is located inside a restored drycleaners/service station building that served as the temporary headquarters of the Southern Tenant Farmers Union, established in 1934.  This was the first agricultural union in the country to involve both black and white tenant farmers in the same organization.  The museum, an Arkansas State University Heritage Site, tells the stories of tenant farming, sharecropping, and the rise and fall of the union.

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Latitude: 35.491504 Longitude: -90.35877 Elevation: 226 ft
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Ruth Hawkins

Hours Open

9 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Friday; Noon-3 p.m. Saturday

Time Period Represented


Seasons Open

Year Round

Visitor Fees

$5 general admission; $3 seniors, students and groups of 10 or more

Accessibility Notes

Fully accessible, including accessible entry ramp and accessible restroom

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