Address: 369 Central Ave, Hot Springs, AR 71901, United States.
This is a popular visitor attraction in Arkansas. In ancient periods, Native American tribes understood the medicinal qualities of this water. You can find a number of hot springs over here, all together is grouped about the base of the Hot Springs Mountain. The hot water supplied to different bathhouses. It is believed that the bathing from this water is relief from deceases like diseases related to skin and blood, nervous affections, rheumatism, and kindred diseases.
Address: 118 W Johnson Ave, Springdale, AR 72764, United States.
This is a regional history museum located at Arkansas which is named after the Shiloh community. You can understand the history of Northwest Arkansas Ozarks from here. You can understand how ancient people lived here, photographs, historic buildings etc from here.
Address: 600 Museum Way, Bentonville, AR 72712, United States.
If you want to explore American art in Arkansas, take a visit to this museum. The location of the museum itself is really worth to watch. The art collections include early American galleries, North Exhibition Gallery, Modern art gallery, a contemporary art gallery, etc. You can also explore the surrounding natural beauty from here.
Address: Buffalo National River, Calf Creek Township, AR 72675, USA.
This is the first designated National River in the US and the land of outdoor activities. Popular activities you can enjoy here are hiking, camping, sigh-seeing, canoeing, kayaking, visiting historic sites, etc.
Address: 1 Zoo Dr, Little Rock, AR 72205, United States.
This zoological park was opened in 1926 and spreads around 33 acres. It houses 725 animals of over 200 species like lions, tigers, bears, monkeys and also you can find different species of birds from here. This park is a popular venue for conducting various events due to its natural beauty.
Address: 209 State Park Rd, Murfreesboro, AR 71958, United States.
This park was established in 1972 in Pike Country. This is considered as the World�s only diamond-producing site. A lot of historic diamonds were founded from this site and if you love treasure-hunting, do a visit to this State Park.
Address: 1701 E Grand Ave, Hot Springs, AR 71901, United States.
If you want to enjoy some moments with your children, this is the right place in Arkansas. It was thrilling as well as family-friendly rides to explore like Arkansas Twister, Plummet Summit, the Sky Shark, Rum Runner Pirate Ship, Razorback Roundup Bumper Cars, the Diamond Mine Coaster, water slides, swimming pools, etc.
Address: 2120 W Daisy L Gatson Bates Dr, Little Rock, AR 72202, United States.
This is the only High School in the US which is got designated as a National Historic Site. The school becomes so popular because of the nine brave African-American students who started going to the same school where American native students studied as a challenge to the federal desegregation law. You can also explore a museum and a visitor-center over here.
Address: 12968 US-62, Eureka Springs, AR 72632, United States.
This chapel was opened in 1980, an architectural wonder in the woodlands with a height of 48 feet. This wooden structure consists of 425 windows and over 6,000 square feet of glass. Most materials used in it are organic in nature. The architecture and surrounding natural beauty make this a popular visitor attraction in Arkansas.
Address: 550 Arkridge Rd, Hot Springs, AR 71913, United States.
This botanical garden spreads around 210 acres, a 6 close to Hot Springs National park. This garden is owned & operated by the University of Arkansas. Attractions in this site are wide varieties of plants & flowers, bridges, waterfalls etc and this is one among the top five botanical gardens in the US.