The Arkansas Historic Preservation Program works to save the special places that tell the story of Arkansas.
An antebellum home in south Arkansas. A Civil War battlefield in the northwest. An Indian mound in the Delta. A cemetery on Crowley’s Ridge. A post office in the central part of the state. These are the places that define us as a state and a people. And the Arkansas Historic Preservation, an agency of the Department of Arkansas Heritage, works to see that these places will be around for future generations to enjoy.
The Arkansas Historic Preservation Program documents and registers the state’s cultural resource treasures, and provides grants and technical assistance to help the guardians of these places ensure their survival. Through the Main Street Arkansas program, the AHPP works to bring new vitality to the historic commercial centers that serve as economic development generators in their communities. The agency works with federal, state and local government agencies to protect the past even as we work together toward a prosperous future. And the AHPP offers tours, workshops and publications to foster new understanding and appreciation of the places that provide us with tangible links to our past.
The Arkansas Historic Preservation Program looks forward to working with all the people of Arkansas and beyond to identify, protect and promote our special places – our Arkansas places.
Diamond Room, Department of Arkansas Heritage Building, 1100 North Street, Little Rock
Dibrell House, 1400 Spring St., Little Rock
Keo Commercial Historic District
Arkansas Ordnance Plant Guard House, 100 Veterans Circle, Jacksonville