Sightseeing in Batesville

Arkansas Arts Center – Up to 55% Off Classes

Arkansas Arts Center

Downtown

$66 $30

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Teens and kids as young as 6 can learn how to draw animal portraits or create graphic novels; classes vary by age

Half Off Tour for 2 or 4 at Rock Town Distillery

Rock Town Distillery

Little Rock

$34 $17

Learn about the creation of small-batch artisan spirits from grain to glass

Up to 54% Off Segway Tours

Memphis Segway Adventures

South Main Historic District

$75 $39

Learn to maneuver a Segway, then visit scenic and historic spots such as blues clubs, Sun Studio, and Vance Park

Up to 58% Off Historical Sunset Walking Tours

Memphis Walking Tours

WC Handy Park

$58 $29

Sunset tours stroll Downtown from Beale Street to Main Street as guides explain the historical significance of the picturesque sites

Dixon Gallery and Gardens—Up to 50% Off One-Year Membership

Dixon Gallery and Gardens

Dixon Gallery and Gardens

$20 $11

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17 acres of lush English gardens surround 2,000-piece museum collection of Impressionist paintings & rotating exhibits

The Cotton Museum – Up to 76% Off Museum Visit

The Cotton Museum

Downtown Medical Center

$20 $8

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Museum showcases the cotton industry's past and future through interactive exhibits, documentary films, and oral histories

45% Off Visits to Woodruff-Fontaine House

Woodruff-Fontaine House

Victorian Village

$20 $11

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Restored Victorian home shelters handwritten autographs from its craftsmen, more than 1,000 garments from the era, and rotating exhibitions

50% Off Crazy Dash Digital Adventure

Crazy Dash Digital Adventures - Memphis, TN

New Pathways

$40 $20

With smartphones in hand, adventurers explore Memphis answering questions, solving puzzles, and performing goofy tasks to gain points

42% Off Metal Museum Visit

Metal Museum

French Fort Neighborhood

$12 $7

Watch metalsmiths at work and tour the galleries filled with ornamental ironwork, fine jewelry, sculpture, and other handmade metal objects

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On a January night in 1959, some 600 people packed into the Hotel Marion ballroom for the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame's inaugural induction banquet. The freshly minted organization was to honor the best-of-the-best from the Natural State–individuals who had achieved athletic greatness, and exhibited strong character and leadership along the way. Since that evening more than five decades ago, the Hall of Fame has continued to swell with new members, adding to a trophy case of inductees that already includes the likes of Brooks Robinson, Pat Summerall, and Jerry Jones.

3 Verizon Arena Way
North Little Rock,
AR
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When the Little Rock Zoo opened its gates in 1926, it contained fewer animals than many people's homes. At the time, its inhabitants were, in total, a circus-trained brown bear and an abandoned timber wolf. From its formative days, the Little Rock Zoo has expanded dramatically, now home to more than 700 animals from more than 200 unique species. Visitors can witness lions, tigers, and jaguars up close; interact with exotic birds; and carefully navigate spider monkeys' webs. In addition to conserving wildlife, the zoo also preserves a unique antique carousel, one of only four in the world to feature an undulating wooden track rather than conventional moving poles.

1 Zoo Dr
Little Rock,
AR
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Arkansas Extended Learning Center culls a massive, seasonal lineup of informative classes, recruiting chefs, artists, athletes, and other professionals to share their wisdom with students of all ages. Pupils can pick up new hobbies such as fly-fishing or digital photography, or sharpen nascent abilities in fields such as cooking and wine-tasting. Otherwise, they can tone up their physiques in fitness and dance classes, discover a new way to communicate in foreign-language workshops, or learn how to cut their way out of a hedge maze during gardening and landscaping tutorials.

501 E 9th St.
Little Rock,
AR
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The Museum of Discovery crams 25,000 square feet of exhibit space with a plethora of displays on world history, culture, and natural science. Features include a rare, uncursed mummy coffin, painstakingly crafted around 600 BC, as well as an animal collection of 51 species including birds of prey, a European ferret, an alligator, and a rare breed of unicorn-Jabberwocky. Permanent exhibits include Passport to the World, which guides visitors on a sweeping cultural tour with authentic artifacts, artworks, and local knowledge that help define the featured nation. Energy illustrates how coal and nuclear power keep homes lit and cell phones charged while guests use their bodies to ignite light bulbs that could illuminate living rooms, dusty attics, and even dustier Lite-Brite consoles.

500 President Clinton Ave
Little Rock,
AR
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Though there aren't any online user reviews for Cantrell Gallery, the shop does have more than 300 Facebook fans.

8206 Cantrell Rd
Little Rock,
AR
US

The Quapaw Quarter Association's building stewards preserve the historical architecture and nostalgic tales housed within neighborhood haunts. Mosey through five stately stops during the 2011 Spring Tour of Historic Homes, including two houses designed by Arkansan architect Charles Thompson. Featured in the book "Daughters of Painted Ladies," Thompson's spectacular Ragland House boasts a distinctive domed two-story tower, and his Rogers House’s towering Ionic columns offset walls of brick, wood, tile, and saltwater taffy. Stroll around the smaller Urquhart Bungalow's gilded age light fixtures and extensively landscaped front yard, or examine the intricacies of the Turner-Mann House's hand-painted borders and quarter-sawn oak floors. The tour also includes a new renovation: the Bowman House, where cypress and walnut balustrades offset inner spaces that served as a practice facility for the 1896 Olympic hide-and-seek team.

1315 Scott St
Little Rock,
AR
US