The Art of Nature – With seven National Parks, 52 State Parks, four Nature Centers, crystal clear streams and breathtaking scenery, Mother Nature paints a beautiful landscape of varied hues making up The Natural State.
The Art of History – A bounty of museums and historic buildings set the scene for exploring the Southern history that makes up the past and present. Stroll through museums, historic buildings and sites for a first-hand glimpse into the moments that have transformed Arkansas. Explore the Old West in Fort Smith and the former bordello, serving as the town’s visitor center. Learn how a simple discount store developed into retail giant at the Walmart Visitor Center, the site of Sam Walton’s first 5 & 10, in Bentonville. The William J. Clinton Presidential Center and Park in Little Rock depicts the story of President Bill Clinton’s two-term stay in office. The historic downtown district of Eureka Springs welcomes visitors to its many quaint shops and one-of-a kind hotels.
The Art of Art – With the opening in Bentonville of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art , Arkansas became a much anticipated art destination. Featuring American art from Colonial to Contemporary times, the museum hosts one of the most comprehensive collections of American art in the world. The Arkansas Arts Center in Little Rock is the states’ largest cultural institution, with a world-class international collection of art, live theatre productions, art classes, lectures, films, family programs, shopping and dining.
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