The Hemingway-Pfeiffer Museum and Educational Center in Piggott includes the home and barn studio where Ernest Hemingway lived and wrote portions of "A Farewell to Arms.
The beautiful Arkansas River valley is the setting for Arkansas Wine Country , where four wineries on Ark.
Cheap, free, inexpensive, budget friendly, low-cost, economical, bargain - no matter how you describe it, everyone is looking for a vacation destination that falls into those categories. Look no further than Arkansas, The Natural State, the perfect place for a thrifty family vacation with a variety of free and inexpensive things to do.
Discover which famous entertainers have Arkansas ties by visiting the Arkansas Entertainers Hall of Fame located in the Pine Bluff Convention Center. An animatronic statue of Johnny Cash "singing" several of his original songs greets visitors as they enter.
There are ample opportunities for free fishing on both Greers Ferry Lake and nearby Little Red River. Swimming areas are found around the shore of the lake as well.
An authentic reproduction of a water-powered grist mill, The Old Mill in North Little Rock appears in the opening scene of the classic movie, "Gone with the Wind." Tour guides available by appointment.
Nature Centers at Pine Bluff, Jonesboro and Fort Smith, plus the newest edition at Little Rock, showcase the best of nature found in each region.
The "Lum 'N' Abner" radio program is remembered at the Lum & Abner Jot 'Em Down Store and Museum in Pine Ridge, where pieces of Lum 'N' Abner history preserve an important era in American life.