Things To Do in Arkansas

Up to 54% Off Van Buren to Winslow Train Excursion

Arkansas & Missouri Railroad

Van Buren Depot

$80 $39

Travelers enjoy a scenic four-hour trip between Van Buren and Winslow, passing through the foothills of the Boston Mountains

Kenny Loggins & Michael McDonald – Up to 30% Off

Night of the Proms

Verizon Arena

$99 $69


Kenny Loggins, Michael McDonald, Nile Rodgers, and other pop giants team with a classical orchestra

Up to 47% Off Range Memberships

Knesek Guns Inc

Van Buren

$100 $59

Membership includes year of range access, eye and ear protection, priority on reservations, and discounts on some transfer fees and services

Up to 53% Off Laser Tag at Xtreme Paintball and Laser Tag

Laser Tag Tickets

Xtreme Paintball and Laser Tag

$30 $15

Laser tag at an outdoor facility with three fields

Up to 56% Off Admission to the Clinton House Museum

Clinton House Museum


$16 $8

Visit the home where Bill and Hillary's relationship and political careers first blossomed

Up to 49% Off Unlimited Games at Hog Wild Family Fun Center

Hog Wild Family Fun Center


$59 $30

Romp around 25,000 square feet of amusements, including arcade games

51% Off Private Dance Lessons

The Music Studio, LLC


$80 $39

Private dance classes for individual adults or children, friends, or couples cover styles such as jazz, ballet, hip-hop, modern, and lyrical

Up to 77% Off Paintball at Multiple Locations

Paintball International

Multiple Locations

$80 $19

Equipped with rental paintball guns and masks, groups vie for supremacy over outdoor fields

64% Off Boot Camp

Clark Health And Fitness


$50 $18

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Up to 50% Off a Zipline Tour at Adventureworks


Hot Springs

$128 $64


On a two-hour tour, guides point out native plants and creatures on a trip through the tree canopy while attached to 12 heavy-cable ziplines

Up to 45% Off Golf at Greystone Country Club

Greystone Country Club


$96 $55

18-hole, par 72 course skirts through the foothills of the Ozark Mountains with zoysia fairways and mini verde greens

Up to 44% Off at Sky Zone

Sky Zone


$34 $19

Kids bounce on a wall-to-wall spread of indoor trampolines, outfitted with basketball hoops and foam pits; parties include pizza and soda

Up to 52% Off Range Balls and Beer in Reeds Spring

Valley View Driving Range

Reeds Spring

$14 $7

325-yard driving range, 3,000 sq. ft. Bermuda grass tee area, and 400 sq. ft. of short game practice space on 15-acre former rock quarry

Up to Half Off at Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

North Little Rock

$12 $6

Displays and exhibits whisk sports fans through the rich athletic history of Arkansas and highlight its most outstanding athletes

65% Off CrossFit

Crossfit Terra-firma


$125 $44

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Up to 56% Off Mini Golf for Two or Four

Cabot Miniature Golf


$12 $6.50

Giant windmills, miniature ponds, and animal statues decorate 18-hole course; onsite driving range and practice putting green

Up to 55% Off Kids' Dance Classes

Evolution Arts and Athletics


$95 $45

Brother and sister team run a dance studio that teaches hip-hop, lyrical, tap, ballet and a variety of other styles to students of all ages

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Quality cuts of meat and freshly prepared seafood fill the pages of SBiP's upscale dinner menu. Kick off feasts with a carpaccio appetizer ($10), which beckons eaters with beef tenderloin and capers topped in a cap of horseradish cream and blue-cheese crumbles mined from deep inside the Earth's dairy core. In the kitchen, chefs roast semi-boneless duck ($17) and fresh salmon on a cedar plank ($17), and pound chicken cutlets, sauté the tender morsels until golden brown, and then drizzle them in lemon-caper beurre blanc for a flavorful piccata ($18). Each entree arrives at tables alongside an entourage of vegetables as well as a choice of potatoes or rice, which guests can devour amid exposed-brick walls and the sounds of live, local jazz and blues music on Fridays and Saturdays, or their stomachs' harmonized growls every night of the week.

700 E 9th St
Little Rock,

The purveyors of pulse racing behind Haunted House for Relay For Life stir up scares to benefit the American Cancer Society and Relay For Life. For four ghoul-drenched nights in late October, a guide leads thrill-seekers through hair-raising sights such as ghosts, goblins, and possessed hair dryers. The spooky event's affiliation with Relay For Life ensures that some of the proceeds go directly toward supporting a worthy cause—celebrating the lives of those who have battled cancer while raising funds for the American Cancer Society.

108 East Railroad Avenue

Photographer Kelsey Garland specializes in capturing a wide variety of precious memories at Abella Vista Studios, which celebrated its 2012 ribbon-cutting ceremony with ambassadors of the Bryant Area Chamber of Commerce. Kelsey leaves her photographic mark on local residents by commemorating everything from weddings to maternity photos to business headshots and tastefully sexy boudoir sessions. Kelsey's studio also offers guided painting classes and parties where students can create their own landscapes, self-portraits, or still lifes.

1154 Salem Rd.

When Buddy and Miranda Grimes opened Hog Wild Family Fun Center on August 16, 2009, it initially hosted 32 arcade games and a cozy pizzeria. In less than a year, however, the center had already grown beyond its 4,000 square feet. Now housed in a 25,000-square-foot facility, Hog Wild hosts more than 100 arcade and redemption games, from skeeball to Terminator: Salvation, where players help Arnold Schwarzenegger search scripts for a new career-defining role. With enough tickets, avid players can even net prizes such as basketballs and giant stuffed Smurf dolls.

The arcade aside, Hog Wild also rolls out other fun-center staples, from five inflatables to a pirate-themed mini-golf course aglow in black lights. A massive laser-tag arena with laser maze and cozy bumper-car zone round out Hog Wild, where visitors can reenergize in between activities with snacks such as chicken fingers and frozen lemonade.

301 North Sidney Avenue

The Arkansas State Parks fete vibrant visitors and loping locals alike with a dizzying array of landscapes, natural and cultural resources, and myriad learning opportunities at parks scattered throughout the state. Familial units with children 18 and under can flex their pass muscles multiple times throughout the year at a wide range of museums, gleaning valuable state knowledge while conversing with park guides or well-read white-tailed deer.

205 Avenue St

Inside The Wonder Place’s 5,700 square-foot indoor play space, colored balls and scarves shoot through spiraling tubes. Stuffed animals await vaccinations in the vet's office, and tables covered in water and sand become interactive landscapes. The playhouse's supervising staffers encourage their visitors, generally aged 8 and younger, to explore freely as they engage in imaginative play.

Kids slip down slides and scale a rock-climbing wall at the tree house, and build towers and obstacle courses for toy balls using square blocks and ramps at Wonder Works. A child-sized stage lets them perform their own plays or reenact Hamlet with puppets using costumes and set pieces, and an art area sets them loose with a menagerie of art supplies. Infants and toddlers frolic in a designated play area, filled with smaller play structures and toys. While kids can make pretend meals using pretend produce and haggle with pretend cashiers at the River Market and Cafe, there's also a real, health-focused vending machine. An onsite gift shop peddles educational toys and puzzles from brands such as eeboo, Melissa & Doug, and Manhattan Toy.

10301 N Rodney Parham Rd
Little Rock,