and the state's very first cidery, Black Apple Crossing.Cap off your Hot Springs spa experience with a visit to Superior Bathhouse Brewery and Distillery, the first of its kind to make brews and liquors from thermal spring water. Grab the Fayetteville Ale Trail passport and get it stamped at the eight participating breweries.Whether you want a luxury spa experience with every amenity or a simple bathhouse that gives you a spot to sit in earth-fed waters, the Springs cities have got you covered.Lowbrow eats, highfalutin dining, and every cuisine in between can be had in Arkansas.
The menu at The Hive -- which was a James Beard semifinalist-led farm-to-fork establishment -- pays tribute to the "High South" with items such as pan-seared catfish, chickpea panisse, and Berkshire hog chop.
And how's this for a modern touch: the Center is one of three sites where you can find "Wish You Were Here" -- a series of life-size outlines of postcards that you can drop yourself into for picture-perfect selfies.
Going even farther back than Billary’s early days, Arkansas is also home to Pea Ridge National Military Park, a pristinely preserved Civil War battleground, and Arkansas Post National Memorial, which commemorates the first European settlement in the area.
The preserved Depression-era community Dyess Colony boasts the Johnny Cash Boyhood Home, restored, refurnished, and bestowed a visitors center.
His hometown of Jonesboro also holds a music festival in his name each year.It's not for nothin' that Arkansas is nicknamed the Natural State.