Terry House

-Arkansas’ Premier Wedding Venue-

 
 

The Pike-Fletcher-Terry House, located at 411 East 7th Street in the MacArthur Park Historic District of Little Rock (Pulaski County), has been widely recognized as an architectural landmark since its construction in 1840. It has housed several prominent Arkansas families and served as a school and museum. It also was the meeting place for the Women’s Emergency Committee to Open Our Schools (WEC) during the aftermath of the desegregation of Little Rock Central High School in 1957. Although the house was remodeled several times, it retains much of its original Greek Revival character. The Pike-Fletcher-Terry house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on August 21, 1972. The charming indoor/ outdoor historical facility operates under the management of the Arkansas Arts Center.

Membership Rate - $1,700 • Non-Member Rate - $2,125 • Capacity 150+ (standing inside), 800+ (outside)

A 50% non-refundable deposit is required on all rentals. The deposit is applied to the rental fee. Space reservation will not be finalized until deposit is received. The balance of the rental fee is due 180 days before the date of the event.  Lower Lobby rental fees are due in full, non-refundable, with the signed contract.

No burning candles are allowed in the museums.

Rental and Catering contracts must be drawn up prior to the event. The rental contract must be completed, signed and returned to the Arts Center within one week of the mailed date or space reservation will be forfeited.

Alcoholic beverages may be served for no more than a three-hour period. The Arts Center reserves the right to terminate the serving of alcoholic beverages at any time. Bartenders must be provided by the catering company.

 

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