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  • The Lakeport Plantation
  • Images of Chicot County -- Book written by Lakeport Director, Dr. Blake Wintory
  • The Lakeport Plantation
  • Music Room Restored Mantel
  • The Lakeport Plantation and Cotton in August
  • Section of Original Floorcloth in the Entry Hall
  • North Parlor with Family Genealogy Exhibits
  • Johnson Family at Lakeport ca 1925
  • Salvaged Artifacts from Lakeport Restoration
  • Ice Tongs and Opera Glasses Belonging to Johnson Relatives
  • Mandy Thompson and Fannie Dorsey Outside Lakeport's Kitchen, ca 1915
  • Lakeport Servery Off the Dining Room
  • Lakeport Plantation During Cotton Harvest Season

Lakeport Plantation Hours & Visitor Information

We are open Year Round! See our hours below.

Lakeport will be closed November 23-26, 2017 for the Thanksgiving Holiday.

Regular Hours ( Year Round)

Tours begin on the hour at the Lakeport Education Center.
Monday-Friday Tours 9 a.m.-3 p.m.  The last tour begins at 3 p.m.

For group tours and other questions, call us 870.265.6031.

Closed Saturdays* & Sundays

*See Summer Hours for additional Saturday tours

Summer Hours - May 20-July 29, 2017 (Additional Saturday Tours)

From May 20 through July 29, 2017, Lakeport opens its doors for tours on Saturdays:

Tours begin on the hour at the Lakeport Education Center.

Open Saturdays – 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Monday-Friday Tours 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Tours begin on the hour at the Lakeport Education Center.

For group tours and other questions, call us 870.265.6031.

Closed Sundays
Closed Memorial Day (Monday, May 29, 2017)
Closed for Independence Day ( Tuesday, July 4)

Holiday Closings

New Year’s, January 1, 2017
Memorial Day, May 29, 2017
Independence Day, July 4, 2017
Labor Day, Sept. 4, 2017
Thanksgiving, November 23-26, 2017
Christmas & New Year’s December 18-January 1, 2018

The Lakeport Plantation house, built in 1859, is located on the Mississippi River in Chicot County, near Lake Village, Arkansas and Greenville, Mississippi. It is the only remaining Arkansas antebellum plantation home on the Mississippi River. The Greek Revival structure is one of Arkansas’s premiere historic structures. Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974, the home was gifted to Arkansas State University by the Sam Epstein Angel family in 2001. After five years of restoration work, the home opened to the public.

The restoration of the Lakeport Plantation house into a museum and public historic site has been funded through grants from the Arkansas Natural and Cultural Resources Council, National Endowment for the Humanities, and the Save America’s Treasures program.

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