Dr. T. W. Hardison was an influential country doctor and is known as the father of Arkansas state parks.
The town of Searcy, which is around 50 miles from Little Rock, is a destination where you can find interesting slices of Arkansas heritage.
Turkey Scratch is a small community located in Arkansas’s Lower Delta, with part in Lee County and part in Phillips County. It's known for two legendary musicians who called it home: Robert Lockwood, ...
Sister Rosetta Tharpe is a member of the Blues Hall of Fame, the Arkansas Entertainers Hall of Fame, and she has her rightful place among other musical legends in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Looking for a special gift? There are many Arkansas themed gifts that fit the bill of brightening up a holiday day.
The First Presbyterian Church in Little Rock is a historic church at 800 Scott Street.
Southside Main Street (SoMa) in Little Rock is a historic district located south of Interstate 630 from the core of downtown.
The Anne Frank Tree, an outdoor installation on the grounds of the Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock, is helping tell the complex history of human | Travel Arkansas Blog
What do Johnny Cash, Louis Jordan, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Conway Twitty, Howlin’ Wolf, Charlie Rich, and Al Green have in common? Arkansas.
Follow along the U.S. Civil Rights Trail through Little Rock, Arkansas to see where history was made.