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Stroll around Dave & Buster’s Million Dollar Midway for the day, playing a wide variety of video games (all games with “blue swipes”)
Guests enjoy an over 30,000 square feet facility complete with trampolines, ninja obstacle course, extreme dodgeball, and other attractions
Players can practice and improve their skills in a family-oriented, well-equipped bowling center
Ice- and roller-skating arena offers open admissions, lessons, as well as on-site snack bar for those who want to replenish their energy
Located 50 miles west of Little Rock, AR, families enjoy access to water rides at the water park and roller coaster rides at the theme park
More than 20 hands-on Crayola-themed attractions and shows can keep the entire family entertained for hours
Towering more than 100 feet above street level, this Titanic ship–shaped attraction appeals to those of all ages
Pass provides access to 15+ things to do including: SeaWorld, Tours, Six Flags Fiesta Texas, iFly, San Antonio Zoo, kids activities, museums
FAA-certified instructors lead Discovery flight lessons for beginners, and two-hour lessons to help students become licensed pilots
Standup comedians seen performing from New York City to Los Angeles take the stage
See lions, and tigers, and bears (oh my) at this USDA-licensed refuge for Big Cats
Hosted by Fretmonkey and Candyrat Records, this guitar fest features 23+ world-renowned acoustic guitar players and a guitar competition
A male dance revue comprised of musclebound dancers excites ladies with sensual moves and showmanship
Longhills is a fun, public daily fee golf course located at the Longhills Golf Club facility in Benton, AR. It is an 18 hole, par 72 regulation course that measures 6,276 yards from the back tees. The course was designed by William T. Martin and opened in 1955.
The Country Club of Arkansas golf course is consistently listed among the finest courses in central Arkansas. The course was built by golfers. With numerous sand bunkers, water on eleven holes, sparkling lakes and streams, and fairways graced by Loblolly pines, the Country Club of Arkansas captures the majestic beauty of central Arkansas.
Historic course (formerly the private North Hills Country Club) opened in 1926; course was redesigned in the 1970s by famed golf course architect Robert Trent Jones Sr.; now a municipal course open to the public.
Actors with more than two decades of experience in theater, film, and improv use their skills to create comedy and suspense
Not far from Hot Springs, Diamondhead Golf and Country Club offers terrific views and challenging play for golfers at every skill level. Well-groomed fairways and greens keep Diamondhead Golf and Country Club difficult yet friendly, and the staff can offer tips and tricks for playing your best round. Diamondhead Golf and Country Club is a terrific choice for your regular rounds of golf or a new destination for you and friends when visiting Hot Springs.
Indian Hills Golf Course is an 18-hole championship layout that is located in the “foothills of the Ozarks.” There are four sets of tees for players of all abilities to enjoy the natural surroundings as they make their way around one of the best kept secrets for championship golf in Arkansas. Indian Hills Golf Course is known by its tree lined fairways, deep bunkers, small sloped greens, and the Indian Rock Cave located off number nine fairway. The biggest challenge and key to playing Indian Hills with success is to put the ball in position to have a clear shot at the green. Most holes look straight forward off the tee but the challenge awaits on the approach shot to the green. Look out for overhanging tree limbs that may force a player to get creative when playing their shot to the green on hole numbers two, four, nine and sixteen. The signature hole at Indian Hills is the par three seventeenth hole that players must hit across a large ravine to an elevated green that slopes severely from back to front. Players who hit great shots beneath the hole will rewarded with an excellent chance at birdie. Shots missing the green will require a great up and down to save par. Indian Hills Golf Course is true yet fair test of golf and welcomes all players to come and test their skills on this challenging layout.
Guests learn about the beer-making process during brewery tours
High-quality video guitar lessons shot from many angles teach everything from guitar basics to specific songs
Not far from Fayetteville, Links at Fayetteville offers terrific views and challenging play for golfers at every skill level. Well-groomed fairways and greens keep Links at Fayetteville difficult yet friendly, and the staff can offer tips and tricks for playing your best round. Links at Fayetteville is a terrific choice for your regular rounds of golf or a new destination for you and friends when visiting Fayetteville.
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US 501(c)(3) Museum is dedicated to preserving and honoring the domestic and international story of the blues and its impact on America
20+ course modules cover various creative pursuits, from product photography and photojournalism to night shoots and home-sale photography
Kayak rentals allow clients to explore the Arkansas River waterways
Eric Church to perform over three hours of music drawing from six studio albums
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