Library in Little Rock

William J Clinton Presidential Center

This library houses the largest archival collection in presidential history, including 80 million pages of documents and two million photographs (although there's not a lot related to a certain intern scandal.). The…
Museum in Little Rock

Old State House Museum

The state capitol from 1836 to 1911 now holds restored legislative chambers and displays on Arkansas history and culture.
Museum in Hot Springs

Gangster Museum of America

Learn about the sinful glory days of prohibition when this small town in the middle of nowhere turned into a hotbed of lavish wealth thanks to Chicago bootleggers like Capone, and his NYC counterparts. Highlights in…
Outdoors in Hot Springs

Hot Springs Mountain Tower

On top of Hot Springs Mountain, the 216ft tower has spectacular views of the surrounding mountains covered with dogwood, hickory, oak and pine – lovely in the spring and fall.
Forest in Around Hot Springs

Ouachita National Forest

The wild, pretty Ouachita National Forest is studded with lakes and draws hunters, fisherfolk, mountain bikers and boaters. The small roads through the mountains unfailingly bring hidden nooks and wonderful views. T…
State Park in Around Hot Springs

Crater of Diamonds State Park

If you're wanting to test your luck and diamond-spotting skills, head to Crater of Diamonds State Park, where you can scour the diamond field in which three- to 40-carat diamonds have been found, and where valuable …
State Park in Mountain View

Ozark Folk Center State Park

The town's top cultural attraction, Ozark Folk Center State Park, just north of Mountain View, hosts ongoing craft demonstrations, a traditional herb garden, and nightly live music that brings in an avid, older crow…
Church in Eureka Springs

Thorncrown Chapel

Thorncrown Chapel is a magnificent sanctuary made of glass, with its 48ft-tall wooden skeleton holding 425 windows. There's not much between your prayers and God's green earth here. It's just outside of town in the …
Museum in Arkansas Delta

Delta Cultural Center

Year-round, blues fans and history buffs should visit the Delta Cultural Center, which is in two buildings: the Train Depot and the Visitor Center. The museum displays all manner of blues memorabilia such as Albert …
Museum in Around Hot Springs

Hope Visitor Center & Museum

Clinton buffs might stop at Hope, where the ex-Pres spent his first seven years, but there's not much to see other than the spiffy Hope Visitor Center & Museum, in the old depot, and his boyhood home.