When I talk about Arkansas, there's usually a person in the crowd who mentions they've always wanted to go to a place I've mentioned, or eat something I've talked about. Get a head-start on your planning. Make your reservations now to cross these items off your bucket list.
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43 Grill and Bar, is on the premises, as well as a whole host of great hotel rooms, a conference center, and a spa. Check it out.
Safari Lodges, luxury accommodations where you can relax, enjoy an evening and listen to the big cats roar at night. Here's the site.
Amazeum - a great new museum just opened in 2015 for kids and families - as well as the museum at 21c, the Museum of Native American History, Walton's 5 and 10, and of course Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. Or come to central Arkansas and enjoy the Arkansas Museum of Discovery (another great place for kids and families!), the Old Statehouse Museum, the Historic Arkansas Museum, the Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum, the MacArthur Museum of American Military History, the Mosaic Templars Cultural Center, the ESSE Purse Museum, the Central High School National Historic Site, the Clinton Presidential Center... need I say more?
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Wilson Cafe and enjoy Chef Joe Cartwright's southern food interpretations. See hardwood forests planted by Lee Wilson and his family 125 years ago. Learn about the Wilson School and the coalition of local farmers and watch the development unfold. More here.
Mount Magazine State Park. Cozy up in a mountaintop cabin at Petit Jean Mountain State Park -- or, my favorite, enjoy sunrise and sunset on a stone patio at the edge of Mount Nebo. Your Arkansas State Parks are just a click away.
Krewe of Krazo. An experience you have to see to believe. More information.
Get over to Hot Springs.
Reserve your spot.
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