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Carriage Square's Solomon House
Carriage Square's Solomon House
    Lakeport Plantation Pre-shutter Wide Angle
Lakeport Plantation Pre-shutter Wide Angle
January 2008

Carriage Square — Located within the Perry Street Historic District in Historic downtown Helena, Carriage Square is comprised of the 1895 Magnolia Hill Bed and Breakfast, the 1925 plantation-style Solomon House and the beautifully designed Victorian gardens that grace the area between the two houses. The Shoppes at Solomon House offer something for everyone – antiques, jewelry, toys and fine linens. The Solomon House and the Victorian gardens are available for special events and weddings. Located at the corners of Perry and Columbia Streets in Helena-West Helena. 870-338-8099.

Lakeport Plantation — Considered one of Arkansas’s foremost historic house sites, Lakeport Plantation near Lake Village is the last remaining antebellum home on the Mississippi River in Arkansas that has not been destroyed or altered significantly. Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974, the home was donated to Arkansas State University in 2001 and has been researched and carefully restored as a museum focusing on the people and cultures that shaped life in the Mississippi River Delta. Located off U.S. 82 on Ark. 142 near Lake Village. 870-265-6031.


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