For outdoorsy tourists, the Buffalo National River is great for canoeing or fishing. The Ozark Mountains offer spectacular views and plenty of hiking trails to explore. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville showcases some of America's best artworks from colonial times to present day.
History buffs will find plenty to learn in Arkansas as well! Little Rock Central High School was famously integrated in 1957 by nine African American students known as the "Little Rock Nine"; their story is an important part of civil rights history. The Clinton Presidential Library in Little Rock also offers visitors insight into Arkansas politics and contemporary history through interactive displays and artifacts from Bill Clinton's presidency.
Cities in Arkansas
Austin, Huntsville, Hot Springs, Little Rock, Mansfield, Bentonville, Fort Smith, Booneville, Batesville, Cave City, Dumas, Bethel Heights, Cedarville, Camden, Dover, Dardanelle, Alma, Crossett, Bella Vista, Decatur, Centerton, Cave Springs, Clarendon, De Witt, Ulm, Blytheville, Carlisle, Des Arc, Diaz, Coal Hill, Helena, Hoxie, Calico Rock, Benton, Barling, Arkansas City, Arkadelphia, Beebe, Cabot, Ash Flat, El Dorado, McCrory, Rye, Eudora, Elkins, Gravel Ridge, Dermott, Lincoln, Bryant, Dierks, Gassville, Elm Springs, Cherokee Village, East End, Kensett, Charleston, Corning, Mineral Springs, Berryville, Perryville ...