Symbols are a way to highlight the cultural and natural heritage of a state. Arkansas has many state symbols that help showcase the special heritage of The Natural State.
The beauty and diversity of Arkansas makes it an inspiring backdrop for both movies and books.
The Mosaic Templars Cultural Center in Little Rock sits on the foundation of a cornerstone of African American heritage.
You can still visit some of your favorite Arkansas attractions via virtual efforts across the state to keep the community connected to the many places that make Arkansas unique.
Born in Arkansas, civil rights activist Daisy Bates is known for her role as mentor to the Little Rock Nine during the 1957 Little Rock Central High School desegregation crisis.
Follow along the U.S. Civil Rights Trail through Little Rock, Arkansas to see where history was made.
Visit the Central Arkansas Nature Center for the aquarium, stay for the native plant gardens and gigantic fishing lures collection.