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Plantation Agriculture Museum

Plantation Agriculture Museum |

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4815 Highway 161 S
Scott, AR 72142
Map of Plantation Agriculture Museum, 4815 Highway 161 S, Scott

The Plantation Agriculture Museum offers a captivating journey into the history and significance of plantation agriculture in various regions. Located in a beautifully preserved plantation setting, the museum provides visitors with a rich understanding of the agricultural practices, tools, and lifestyle of plantation workers throughout history.

Upon arrival, visitors are greeted by sprawling fields of crops, reminiscent of the plantation's past glory. The museum's exhibits showcase the evolution of plantation agriculture, from its early beginnings to modern practices, highlighting the technological advancements and cultural influences that have shaped the industry over centuries.

Visitors can explore interactive displays demonstrating traditional planting and harvesting techniques, as well as exhibits detailing the social and economic impact of plantation agriculture on local communities and beyond. From cotton and sugarcane to tobacco and rice, the museum delves into the diverse crops cultivated on plantations and their role in shaping the global economy.

Through engaging multimedia presentations, guided tours, and hands-on activities, the Plantation Agriculture Museum offers a comprehensive educational experience suitable for visitors of all ages. Whether you're a history enthusiast, an agricultural aficionado, or simply curious about the legacy of plantation culture, this museum provides a fascinating glimpse into the past while shedding light on the present-day significance of agriculture in society.

What to know
From March 16 until July 27, 2024, Plantation Agriculture Museum will be hosting an exhibit called “Muttsu no Kazoku: Six Families’ Journey from Internment to Scott” telling a story that has long been overlooked. This exhibit will explore life for the Shingu, Futamachi, Nakamura, Oshima, Yada, and Yoshimura families before, during, and after World War II with special focus on their lives in Scott. Join the museum in a celebration of Japanese and Japanese American culture to recognize the opening of the exhibit on March 16, from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. This special Sakura Matsuri, or cherry blossom festival, will include games, vendors, martial arts demonstrations, taiko drum performance, and more. Visitors will have the opportunity to play traditional games that were enjoyed in both Japan and here in Scott, make crafts to take home with them, hear traditional Japanese drumming, and learn about Japanese rice and koi grown in Arkansas. Visitors will also be able to learn about traditional Japanese crafts like ikebana, bonsai, calligraphy, and taiko from artists who practice those skills. Vendors will be on the grounds selling teas, soybean products, and Japanese snacks.



Phone: (501) 961-1409

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