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Things to do in Arkansas
Benton - explore the Royal Theatre
The Royal Theatre started showing films way back in 1920, and although films are no longer shown, the theatre has preserved many of the original fixtures and fittings, some of them over 50 years old. The theatre is easy to spot, thanks to its distinctive facade, and its large interior that once sat 800 people to watch classic films such as Jimmy Stewart’s “You Gotta Stay Happy".
Bentonville - learn the history of Wal-Mart at the Birthplace of Wal-Mart
The world’s largest retailer started with very small beginnings, in the town of Bentonville. Here and you can still visit the original office that Sam Walton, the original owner of Wal Mart, sat in as he created his empire. Whether you like or hate Wal Mart it is amazing to see its humble origins as a 5 and dime store, although there are no games or rides, just pure retail history.
Bentonville - see the collection of reptiles at Snake World
Not for those with a fear of them, the exhibits at Snake World are a collection of snakes from all round the world. Their owner Dale Ertel is a mind of information both on where the snakes come from, and also on their habits. A trip to the exhibition can be quite nerve wracking and be warned the reptiles are fed live prey, so go there for feeding time, if you like that kind of thing.
Bryant - go and see Geographic Center of Arkansas Marker
The town of Bryant has had a lively history, since it was founded by European settlers, back in the early 19th century. It has the distinction of being in the absolute geographical centre of Arkansas. This was celebrated in 1936 when a marker was placed in the closest point to the centre of the state, and can still be seen today.
Conway - explore the Faulkner County Museum
The Faulkner County Museum is situated in the old jail, that was built back in 1896, and it makes a perfect setting for this lovely, little museum. There are exhibits here showing life back in the 19th century, along with a replica general store, mining, railroad, cotton growing and Native American artefacts. Vistors are also able to access some of historical documents of the original settlers, and is therefore a popular place for people that are reseaching into the past of their ancestors.
Conway - experience a performance at the Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre
The Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre has been bringing a touch of culture to the residents of Hendrix since 2007. Performances of the world’s greatest playwright, are held every year, and in a short period of time, it has become the only professional Shakespeare company in the state. Performances are held in different locations around the town, some inside theatres and others outdoors, so pick your favorite play and venue.
Fayetteville - get a chance to see performances at the Walton Arts Center
The Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville is home to over 300 different events, held here every year. It is both the busiest and largest center of its kind in the state. The center is home to many different styles of music and also hosts performances of Broadway musicals, dance companies as well as numerous jazz performances. More unusual events are also held here, including gourmet cooking competitions and wine events.
Fayetteville - stroll and step back into 1950's at Dickson Street
The facade along Dickson Street is like stepping back into the 1950’s. It has been excellently preserved, and is on the US National Register of Historic Places. There are plenty of shops and restaurants to go into and browse around or try some of the samples that some shops offer. There is so much to do it is often considered the second best entertainment area in the State, as well as being the focal point for the annual Bikes, Blues and BBQ festival, which is considered to be the third largest rally in the country.
Little Rock - explore the historic Arkansas Museum
Possibly the pick of the exhibits in the Historic Arkansas Museum in Little Rock has to be the 5 pre-Civil War buildings. These give you the opportunity to see what life was like all those years ago, thanks to the actors that are in period clothing. The Museum also has examples of art from local artistes, as well as examples of day to day household artefacts, plus there is a special area for younger children.
Little Rock - take a guided tour to Arkansas State Capitol
As the state capital, Little Rock, has an impressive Capitol Building, that is a magnificent 230 feet high, and with its cupola and dome, it is a replica of the US Capitol in Washington DC. It has been used many times in films as a stand in for the real thing. You can either walk though it unaided, admiring its architecture or arrange for a guided tour, and learn more about its history.
Introduction of Arkansas
Commonly referred to as the Natural State on account of its abundance of pristine national and state parks, Arkansas sits in the south central region of the US. Tourism is big business here and as a result, hotels in Arkansas can be found to suit a diverse range of holiday makers. Little Rock is the state’s largest and capital city, boasting the most exclusive and renowned hotels in Arkansas. However, for a more relaxing, tranquil, and possibly even more memorable holiday, rural towns and unspoilt natural forests offer some of the most peaceful and enjoyable hotels in Arkansas. Visitors have an array of different highlights to experience in the Natural State. Serene forest reserves are in abundance, and the Mississippi River region is teeming with activities for nature enthusiasts. Little Rock is the cultural hearth of Arkansas, not only containing museums, art galleries and festivals, but also shopping districts and a vibrant night scene.