Hemingway - Pfeiffer Museum
and Educational Center
Piggott, Arkansas
1999 and 2015

Hemingway - Pfeiffer Museum

In 1927, the author Ernest Hemingway married his second wife, Pauline Pfeiffer. The couple often stayed at her parents' house in Piggott, Arkansas.

The old Pfeiffer house was renovated into a museum in 1999, and an Educational Center has been placed on the site.

The house is open to the public for tours on the hour at 9 a.m. through 3 p.m., Mondays through Fridays; and tours on the hour from 1 to 3 p.m., Saturdays. For more details, visit the Hemingway - Pfeiffer Home Page or the State of Arkansas Attractions Web Site.


Door Knob

One of the renovated "flash copper" door knobs.


Rear of House
The rear of the Pfeiffer house.


Barn Studio
A barn on the property was converted into a studio for Ernest. There, Hemingway wrote portions of his novel "A Farewell to Arms." The extensively renovated studio is now open to the public.

Barn-Studio


Old Pump House

The old pump house has been converted into an accessible restroom.



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Photos © 1999 and 2015 by Hal Miller