Stuttgart Delta Region Get Directions Calculate Trip Attractions » More Backwoods Duck Club & Lodge Bayou Meto Lodge Museum of the Arkansas Grand Prairie Lodging » More Eagle's Landing Retreat The Schoolhouse Lodge Days Inn & Suites Dining » More Larry's Pizza, Stuttgart Lotus Blossom Dew-Baby's Golf » More Stuttgart Country Club Shopping » More Mack's Prairie Wings Events » More Rockabilly Reunion-Performance Series 7th Annual German Heritage Festival BJ Thomas In Concert-Performance Series Museum of the Grand Prairie Museum of the Grand Prairie in Stuttgart Museum of the Grand Prairie Museum of the Grand Prairie in Stuttgart World Championship Duck Calling Contest, Stuttgart, Arkansas Museum of the Arkansas Grand Prairie, Stuttgart Museum of the Arkansas Grand Prairie, Stuttgart Snow Geese Stuttgart Snow geese feeding in cut rice feild near Stuttgart. Museum of the Arkansas Grand Prairie The Rice Capital of the World Stuttgart, Arkansas-The Rice Capital of the World Summer in The Natural State » More Photos Tourism Contacts Arkansas Delta Byways Tourist Association Stuttgart Chamber of Commerce Overcast, 37°F. Learn More The duck and rice capital of the world - that's how Stuttgart is known. The town is surrounded by the Arkansas Grand Prairie where the commercial production of rice was pioneered in 1904 and led to Arkansas’s status as the top rice producing state in the U.S. Rice fields and irrigation reservoirs entice the annual migration of ducks and geese on the Mississippi Flyway to linger, making the area nationally renowned among waterfowl hunters. This annual rite of winter is celebrated each Thanksgiving Week with the World's Championship Duck Calling Contest and Wings Over the Prairie Festival. The Museum of the Arkansas Grand Prairie depicts the natural history of the prairie and tells the story of the pioneers who settled and farmed it. The Arts Center of the Grand Prairie highlights works of regional and local artists and hosts theatre productions and concerts. The Great River Road National Scenic Byway runs close by and not far away the White River National Wildlife Refuge preserves the nation’s largest block of hardwood bottomlands under a single ownership.