Arkansas
Pea Ridge National Military Park preserves the scene of one of the largest Civil War battles west of the Mississippi.

Pea Ridge National Military Park preserves the scene of one of the largest Civil War battles west of the Mississippi.

History & Scenery in Arkansas

The Natural State is home to stunning scenery, battlefields, historic homes, hot springs, ghosts, monsters and more!

The learn more about the historic sites, legends and ecotourism destinations of Arkansas, please follow the links below:

 

Arkansas 4th of July Fireworks 2017!

Albert Pike’s School House

Arkansas Airship Mystery of 1897

Arkansas Post National Memorial

Arkansas Post Museum State Park

Artist Point and Artist Point Falls

Battle of Cane Hill

Battle of Devil’s Backbone

Battle of Dripping Springs

Battle of Fayetteville

Battle of Fort Smith

Battle of Jenkins’ Ferry

Battle of Massard Prairie

Battle of Pea Ridge

Battle of Poison Spring

Battle of Prairie Grove

Battle of Reeds Mountain

Battle of Van Buren

Blue Spring Heritage Center

Beaver Bridge – “Golden Gate” of Arkansas

Belle Grove Historic District in Fort Smith

Books about the Civil War in Arkansas

Boston Mountains Scenic Loop

Cane Hill College

Christ of the Ozarks

Civil War Seizure of the Arkansas Cannon

Creek Trail of Tears

Crescent Hotel – America’s Most Haunted

Devil’s Den State Park

Dogwood Canyon Nature Park

Ducks of Hot Springs

Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Historic Sites, Weddings & Points of Interest

ES&NA Railway

Fairview Cemetery Confederate Section

Fayetteville Confederate Cemetery

Fayetteville Historic Sites

Fayetteville National Cemetery

Fort Smith Area Historic Sites

Fort Smith Museum of History

Fort Smith National Cemetery

Fort Smith National Historic Site

Fort Smith Trail of Tears Overlook

Fort Smith Trolley Museum

Garvan Gardens

Ghost of Petit Jean Mountain

Ghost of Rich Mountain

Hanging Judge of Fort Smith

Hell on the Border Jail