An audio tour is available to download where you can learn more about civil rights history for over 35 sites in Little Rock, Arkansas.
If you are interested in art, heritage, and culture, Italian artist Giuseppe Percivati, known as Pepe Gaka, has done an array of murals around Hot Springs including many that celebrate African America...
It is no secret that Hot Springs is a town filled with wonderful spots to visit and explore. It is also a town that revels in the offbeat.
January is Eagle Awareness Month in Arkansas.
A stop by Crystal Ridge Distillery in Hot Springs offers a chance to experience the mountain roots of Arkansas moonshine.
Learn about the history of the town of Bauxite at the Bauxite Historical Museum.
Located halfway between Little Rock and Hot Springs along I-30, the town of Benton is home to an interesting museum: the Gann Museum.
Ron Coleman Mining in Jessieville is a family owned quartz crystal mine around 15 miles from Hot Springs.
A unique chance to stay on Bathhouse Row in Hot Springs National Park is available at Hotel Hale.
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.