In this part of the state you can follow the footsteps of a President, stand in two states at once and see the legendary Hot Springs that were once thought to be the fountains of youth and health.
Located in the restored 1912 train depot, the center has exhibits on President Clinton and railroad memorabilia.
South Main and Division Streets
See the restored home where President Clinton lived the first years of his life. There is also a reception center which houses exhibits about Clinton's life.
117 S. Hervey Street
Named a National Historic Landmark in 1987, The Row consists of eight bathhouses built around the turn of the century. The Fordyce serves as a visitor center and museum; the Buckstaff is the only working bathhouse on the Row.
This 210 acre park is located near Hot Springs National Park. The gardens showcase floral landscapes, free-flowing streams and waterfalls, as well as architectural structures in a natural woodland setting. There's also a Japanese Garden, lots of rare shrubs and flowers and rock gardens.
498 Arkridge Road
(501)262-2711 or (888)530-6873).
Take a ride on a 1870 replica mule-drawn trolley.
308 Central Ave.
One of the top Thoroughbred race tracks in the country. Live races held during the first of the year. Simulcasting of races during summer and fall.
2705 Central Ave.
This restored train depot is the hub for trolleys that transport visitors through the city's historic downtown. Farmers market on Wednesdays, Saturdays from June - October.
100 Broadway Terrace
Magic Springs is now two parks in one. The theme park features the Arkansas Twister roller coaster and 25 new rides. The water park has a 350,000 gallon wave pool and water slides.
Enjoy camping, fishing, swimming, tennis, golf, hiking, bicycling, horseback riding, and more at DeGray Lake.
Scenic 7 Byway
This park offers a waterfall, picnic areas and a hiking trail.
Off Ark. 8
Located in the lower level of the Arlington Resort Hotel and Spa, this mall features specialty shops with gifts, collectibles, clothing, a beauty salon and restaurant.
Central Ave. and Fountain Street
Cruise beautiful Lake Hamilton aboard 400-passenger riverboat. Sightseeing, lunch, dinner and dance cruises.
5200 Central Ave.
Mountain trail horseback rides, hayrides, overnight camping and riding lessons.
5200 Central Ave.
More than 100 wax figures and 37 scenes including the Clinton's and Elvis.
250 Central Ave.
A family-oriented, Vegas style, magic-illusion show. Special lighting effects and great costumes.
817 Central Ave
This Smithsonian affiliated children's museum in Hot Springs is a great educational museum with hands on exhibits to teach children of all ages that learning can be fun.
599 Mid America Blvd.
Go 1,256 feet above sea level to get a bird's eye view of Hot Springs, the Ouachita Mountains and National Forest.
Hot Springs Mountain Dr.
Live country music and comedy show featuring the Mullenix family.
U.S. 270 W.
A detailed miniature village billed as the world's greatest indoor mechanical display.
374 Whittington Ave
This park offers butterfly and hummingbird gardens with feeding stations. They also offer bat houses and conservation information.
Off highway 73 near Columbus, Arkansas
A preserved Arkansas community established in 1824. Tours include a courthouse, blacksmith shop, weapons museum and several residencies.
Ark. 4, Northwest of Hope
An environmental education park. Group campsites, picnic areas, trails and exhibits are available.
Off U.S. 79
Located on a mountaintop along Talimena Scenic byway, this park features a lodge, restaurant, campsites, picnic areas, trails, miniature scenic railroad, petting zoo and a miniature golf course.
This park has an 1800s log cabin, ponds, tables and a playground.
Stop here first to find visitor information, a bit about local history and an art gallery featuring works of local artists in a restored train depot.
Many rock shops in this area sell the world's finest quartz crystals and other rock. You can also dig your own crystals for free at many places around the city.
Hwy. 270 W.
Arkansas's oil and brine industry is showcased in this state-of-the-art museum which is adjacent to an oil field.
Hands-on science exhibits.
215 Pine St.
Caddo Indian artifacts and more are on display.
219 State Line Ave.