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Discovery is Just a Ride Away

From viewing this season's beautiful gardens to journeying back decades along the Baseball Trail, Arkansas is rich with culture and history for you to explore.

 View the childhood home of legendary musician Johnny Cash, and visit the barbershop where Elvis received his first Army haircut. Spend time learning about former President Bill Clinton at the Clinton Presidential Center, and discover Civil War history throughout the state.

Sit beside pristine, babbling springs, and dig for diamonds in the Crater of Diamonds State Park. Enjoy the view atop our beautiful mountain vistas, and discover the healing thermal waters in Hot Springs National Park.

Whatever you want to discover, it's just a ride away in Arkansas. Find out more by visiting www.ArkansasGroupTravel.com or calling 800-872-1259.

 


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