Toltec Mounds Museum

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Arkansas's tallest remaining; prehistoric American Indian mounds are preserved at this National Historic Landmark site near Little Rock. The mounds and an earthen embankment are the remains of a large ceremonial and governmental complex that was inhabited here from A.D. 600 to 1050. Managed by Arkansas State Parks in conjunction with the Arkansas Archeological Survey, the Toltec site serves as both a state park and an archeological research station.

From Little Rock, take Exit #7 off I-440 and go 10 miles southeast on U.S. 165, then travel 1/4-mile south on Ark. 386.

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Beautiful scenery at
Toltec Mounds Museum State Park

This is the only burial mound found in the
Native American Village

EVPs

Audio 1

The investigator can be heard saying, "We are here to look at your mounds."
And then a clear voice says, “Oh my God.”

 

 

 
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