Things to do in
Looking for a trip with incredible outdoor adventures and historic sites? Well, “The Natural State” is that place!
Visitors can explore this 37-acre volcanic crater and mine for:
Crater of Diamonds State Park
Not only is Garvan famous for its spectacular gardens, but it is also home to whimsical treehouses and the Anthony Chapel.
Garvan Woodland Gardens
A 216-foot lattice steel tower on Hot Springs Mountain.
Hot Springs Mountain Tower
Located in Eureka Springs, the refuge is home to big cats such as:
Hike the Signal Hill trail to the tallest point in Arkansas.
Mount Magazine State Park
The park is known to be one of the largest natural springs in the world.
Mammoth Spring State Park
The longest pedestrian bridge in the country at nearly one mile.
Big River Crossing
This serene sanctuary has a reputation for being one of the most inspiring and beautiful chapels in the world.
It has been designated as the oldest standing capitol building west of the Mississippi River.
Old State House Museum
This location is featured in the 1939 cinematic hit Gone With the Wind.
The Old Mill
Built in 1886, the Crescent Hotel & Spa has a reputation for being the most haunted hotel in America.
Crescent Hotel & Spa
Walking through the property, you will see the barn where Hemingway wrote parts of A Farewell to Arms and some of his other short stories.
Hemingway-Pfeiffer Museum and Educational Center
A unique old 15,000-square-foot castle on 20 acres. that took over 20 years to build.
Castel Rougue’s Manor
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