Arkansas Aboretum is a 71-acre site exhibiting native flora representing Arkansas’s six, major natural divisions. Located below Pinnacle Mountain along the Little Maumelle River in Pinnacle Mountain State Park, the arboretum includes a .6-mile barrier-free, interpretive trail.
Little RockTEL - 870-862-8131
The Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum is a maritime museum that includes artifacts from the nuclear-powered cruiser USS Arkansas and two floating Naval vessels from World War II: the tugboat Hoga; and the submarine USS Razorback.
Little RockTEL - 501- 371-8320
The Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts (previously the Arkansas Arts Center) is home to a renowned collection of international art, exceptional performing arts experiences. Under renovation-opening in 2023.
Little RockTEL - 501-372-4000
Arkansas State Capital offers in-person self-guided and guided tours as well as a virtual option. Tour the Capitol Rotunda, Governor’s Reception Room, Old Supreme Court Room, Senate/House Galleries and Treasurer’s Office, provided that all rooms are available.
Little RockTEL - 501-682-5080
The Blue Spring Heritage Center is a botanical garden with over a mile of trails. The new gardens demonstrate crops, plants, flowers and healing herbs at home in the Ozarks. Programs features American Indian history and traditions in Eureka Springs.
Eureka SpringTEL - 479-253-9244
The Botanical Gardens of the Ozarks is a collection of twelve themed gardens and includes the region’s only native butterfly house. At the Garden, a school field trip is an educational science adventure through the themed gardens.
FayettevilleTEL - 479-750-2620
Bradbury Art Museum features changing exhibitions of contemporary art in all media with programming that promotes the understanding of art and its significance to society. Prominent regional, national and international artists are presented
JonesboroTEL - 870-972-3765
The Calico Rock Museum ignites a passion for history, art and science. Their heritage collection has unique items that range from prehistoric times to 1967. Exhibits cover The Birth of the Ozarks, its history, natural history and cultural history.
Compton Gardens and Arboretum has over six acres displaying the rich history of Ozark horticulture, including the conservation efforts of Dr. Neil Compton. Discover the woodlands, Champion Trees, native plants, and greenery.
BentonvilleTEL - 479-254-3870