25 Famous Landmarks in Arkansas to See Story

By Sarah Hartness

Introduction

25 Famous Landmarks in Arkansas to See Story

Famous landmarks in Arkansas include Little Rock Central High School, Pivot Rock, Crater of Diamonds...

Landmark 1

Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum

The first of many famous places to visit in Arkansas is the Arkansas Inland Maritime...

Landmark 2

Arkansas Post National Memorial

The Arkansas Post National Memorial was where Europeans first settled in Arkansas in 1686. Today...

Landmark 3

Arkansas State Capitol Building

The Arkansas State Capitol Building is in the state's capital of Little Rock. The building...

Landmark 4

Bathhouse Row

Bathhouse Row is a series of eight bathhouses built in the late 19th and early...

Landmark 5

Big River Crossing

Big River Crossing is one of the famous tourist attractions in Arkansas. It is nearly...

Landmark 6

Blanchard Springs Caverns

Blanchard Springs Caverns is a three-level cave system that you can tour. As you explore...

Landmark 7

Buffalo National River

Buffalo National River was the first National River established in America in 1972. The river...

Landmark 8

Confederate State Capitol Building

The Confederate State Capitol Building was the home to the Confederate army from 1863-1865. The...

Landmark 9

Crater of Diamonds State Park

Another one of the popular Arkansas state attractions is Crater of Diamonds State Park. The...

Landmark 10

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art is a 120-acre, free-to-visit art museum. The building...

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Landmark 11

Fort Smith National Historic Site

Fort Smith National Historic Site is another site that has significance in the history of...

Landmark 12

Hot Springs Mountain Tower

Hot Springs Mountain Tower is a 216-foot-tall observation deck in Hot Springs, AR. You can...

Landmark 13

Hot Springs National Park

Hot Springs National Park is another one of the natural, famous places in Arkansas. The...

Landmark 14

Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site

Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site was the school where desegregation happened in...

Landmark 15

Mammoth Spring State Park

Mammoth Spring State Park highlights Mammoth Spring, one of the largest springs in the world...

Landmark 16

Museum of Native American History

The Museum of Native American History, or MONAH, covers 14,000 years of history with its...

Landmark 17

Old State House Museum

The Old State House Museum is another famous landmark in Arkansas. The house was the...

Landmark 18

Parkin Archeological State Park

Parkin Archeological State Park, also called Parkin Indian Mound, is a preservation of a 17-acre...

Landmark 19

Pea Ridge National Military Park

Pea Ridge National Military Park was the site of a two-day battle in March 1862...

Landmark 20

Pinnacle Mountain State Park

Pinnacle Mountain State Park is a 2,356-acre state park surrounding Pinnacle Mountain new Little Rock...

Landmark 21

Pivot Rock

Pivot Rock is one of the unique natural landmarks in Arkansas. The rock is a...

Landmark 22

Roark Bluff Overlook Trail

Roark Bluff Overlook Trail is a hiking trail in the Ozarks. The trail is home...

Landmark 23

Rohwer Relocation Center Memorial Cemetery

Rohwer Relocation Center Memorial Cemetery is one of the three Japanese American confinement site cemeteries...

Landmark 24

Thorncrown Chapel

Thorncrown Chapel opened in 1980 as a woodland sanctuary in the Ozarks. The tall glass...

Landmark 25

Whitaker Point

The final Arkansas landmark is Whitaker Point. It is a trail in the Ozark Forest...

Conclusion

Conclusion

Arkansas has many famous landmarks worth traveling around the state to see. Some are natural...

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