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When you have only limited times to spend in Arkansas, we highly recommend you to visit those famous places:
Below are the airports in Arkansas state:
Sammy Hagar’s Red Rocker Bar & Grill
In West Memphis, near the Delta, you can take a chance with Southland Park gaming & racing casino. After that, choose some rock and roll themed food at Sammy Hagar's Red Rock Bar & grill.
Midtown billiards: it is a famous hamburger restaurant. Midtown billiards is rated as the best bar in America by Esquire. The standard "Midtown Burger" can be paired with sharp cheddar cheese or lively pepper Jack cheese.
It is a temperate climate, with four distinct seasons, short summer shorter winters, an average maximum temperature of 34.2 degrees Celsius in summer, an average minimum temperature of -3 degrees Celsius in winter, and an annual rainfall of 1220mm. The natural environment is good and is known as the "The Natural State". The best viewing time is in summer and fall, from May to October every year.
Hot Springs National Park:
There are 47 geothermal hot springs, flowing down from the hot springs mountain to create "American baths". Stop to the modern bathroom for a bubble, or just enjoy the dense steam rising in the woods. Suitable for hiking, camping, horse riding, bird watching in the mountains. This is also the hometown of Bill Clinton, the former president of the United States.
Address: 101 reserve Street hot springs, AR 71901
Tel: (501) 620-6715
Blanchard Springs Caverns.
Go underground in the Ozark national forest to explore the caves etched by springs. Each cave has colorful colors and crystals, and there are reptiles such as salamanders in it. The top two sides are open to the public, but if you want to go deeper, you can join the discovery tour, which is 112 meters underground.
The museum, designed by Moshe Safdie, is located in the rural wilderness of Arkansas and has the world's richest collection of American art.
King Biscuit Blues Festival
There is a place in eastern Arkansas that belongs to the Mississippi River Delta, the birthplace of blues. To explore the rich history and culture here, you can start from Helena's Delta cultural center, where local history and music culture are introduced. At noon, you can enjoy the king's biscuit time broadcast every day since 1941. At the beginning of October, thousands of music lovers flock to the king's biscuit Blues Festival.
Eureka Springs Blues Weekend
Named "one of the ten most beautiful Blues Festivals" by American BlueScence magazine. The family-friendly event will be held at the large cat rescue group, the Pine Oil Creek wildlife refuge. It will be held in June.
Held once a year to celebrate the traditional osaka culture, it is held in mountain view, Arkansas, on the third weekend of April. The celebrations will focus on parades, folk music concerts, workshops, and iron shops. The festival will also demonstrate how to make various arts and crafts, such as soap, brooms, candles, pottery, dolls, and toys.
Fly to Little Rock's Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport (LIT) or Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport (XNA) at Bentonville and rent a car to travel around Arkansas. (International driver's license may be required for international travelers).
Miracle hot spring and crystal waterfall theme park
This water theme park in hot spring city has roller coasters, water skiing, and even concerts, and a variety of amusement facilities for tourists of all ages.
Crater of Diamonds State Park
Explore the excavation tour, suitable for playing with children. The diamonds excavated by tourists belong to individuals. There is a water park in the park, suitable for rest.
Hot Springs National Park
Hot spring water is rich in minerals and has a convalescent effect, which is suitable for taking the elderly to recuperate.
Day 1: Eureka Springs, Wonders of the Ozarks
Take a walk through the city, measure the steep winding streets of Eureka spa, find surprises in Onyx underground caves, or walk through the bell tower around the Church. The Chateau Quigley and the historic Crescent Hotel are great places for Victorian architecture enthusiasts. Stay in the mysterious Crescent Hotel that night.
Day 2: Little Rock, a thriving capital
It's about an hour's drive from Little Rock, through the charming and bustling riverside market area in the city center. Experience local shops, bars, and restaurants. After enjoying gourmet Entertainment, visit the Odenheimer market hall and buy Handmade Bread and pastries as well as regional souvenirs. After preparing snacks, drive south for about an hour to reach the hot spring village. Enjoy the soothing hot spring water to heal your body and mind. You can also have a spectacular view of the mountains!
Day 3: Enjoy the comfort of the hot spring village.