Lum and Abner Museum, Pine Ridge

3.9
Historic Site · Hidden Gem · Landmark
The Lum and Abner radio programs of the 1930s-'40s and early '50s were based on a real community - Pine Ridge, Arkansas. Visit the original stores built in 1904 and 1909. Listen to Lum and Abner radio programs while you walk through the museum. Reminisce or ask questions as you see home, farm and country store artifacts. Purchase Lum and Abner souvenirs.
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4.6
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  • I have listened to the Lum and Abner radio show on XM for a while. It was a fantastic time to stop and travel back in time as we walked and talked at Dick Huddleston's store. To actually see the...  more »
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  • What an awesome find out in rural Arkansas. If you're in the area or just passing through make sure to stop by and see a piece of history. The shop owner is VERY knowledgeable and was so very kind during our visit. She showed us around the shop and was a wealth of knowledge about the are and the subject of the museum itself. It was so impressive, my only complaint is we didn't stay longer to absorb more history. Dont miss out on the gems to the left as soon as you walk in, under the glass counter you'll find handmade quilts that are superb in their design and execution. Fun fact, the post office inside the store is still operational to this day and is the original post office setup.
  • Interesting place. Wish they had been open.

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