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Top things to do in Arkansas

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The Museum of Native American History invites you to "Walk Through America's Past," where we will... more
Garvan Woodland Gardens (Hot Springs)
Garvan Woodland Gardens, the University of Arkansas' 210 acre botanical garden, is one of eight... more
"With over 130+ exotic cats and other wildlife on display, Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge is one... more
Thorncrown Chapel (Eureka Springs)
This chapel won an architecture award in 1980.
Interpreting the Civil Rights Movement with an emphasis on school integration, this National... more
Intrigue Theater (Eureka Springs)
When in Eureka Springs, travel back to the Victorian age and experience an evening of Mystery &... more
TheatreSquared (Fayetteville)
Founded in 2005, TheatreSquared (T2) is Northwest Arkansas's regional theatre, producing... more
Petit Jean State Park (Morrilton)
The beauty of Petit Jean Mountain and the surrounding area led to the formation of a state park... more
Lake Ouachita (Hot Springs)
The largest lake in Arkansas covers 48,300 acres.
The William J. Clinton Presidential Center and Park, located on the banks of the Arkansas River in... more
Beaver Lake (Eureka Springs)
Popular lake for swimming.
Once one of the bathhouses on Bathhouse Row, this building has been renovated and now serves as the... more
Scenic park along the Buffalo River.
The only place for Pirate Adventure in Hot Springs! Enter the world of 18th Century Buccaneers,... more
Old Mill (North Little Rock)
Christ of the Ozarks (Eureka Springs)
Built in 1967, this 7-story memorial statue of Jesus is on the grounds of The Great Passion Play and... more
Bathhouse Row (Hot Springs)
A collection of historic bathhouses where people flocked in the early 20th century for therapeutic... more
Central High School (Little Rock)
Built in 1927, this school was the center of the fight for desegregation during the 1950s.