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Anthony Chapel Hot Springs
In Spring, Summer, Fall or Winter, there are wonderful scenic sites from every angle, at Anthony Chapel or Garvan Woodland Gardens.
The view from the pulpit looking out to the pews is my favorite, as the green trees make a perfect backdrop.
Thorncrown Chapel Eureka Springs
Nestled in the woods with a superb view, this dramatic and awe inspiring structure is like a healing hand which soothes your mind and soul.
Tucked away in the woods, this beautiful, peaceful setting designed and built for reflection and prayer showers visitors with light, views and connection to spirit, earth and freedom.
The view from the chapel overlooks the lake and provides a respite from the hustle and bustle frrom the area.
The design is breathtaking and the views from the chapel and the walking path around it are amazing.
They directed us to see hidden springs like Three Sisters and to take the time to drive up the two mountain drives to see the city and to go up the tower for engender mor fantastic views.The Duck rides must be on...
Loved the history of this site and the self guided tour aspect.
the entry is thru the bell tower and the site is tastefully a blending of landscaping and religious sculpture overlooking the Ozarks
This is so beautiful inside and off course the view from above is amazing as is the whole town of Eureka Springs.
A stop by the grounds of the state capitol to see the John Deering sculpture of the Little Rock Nine is a nice complement to the Central High School National Historic Site.
The most beautiful schools on the National Historic Landmarks list, LRCH Central High Tigers!! Excellent school!
Whether you and your loved ones are coming to see the sites and experience the fun or have a snack or a meal while you shop, there's plenty to do when your stop is around the Fayetteville Square.
There are at least a dozen good restaurants within a few blocks of the square, as well as the nationally award winning Fayetteville Public Library (a wonderful spot for coffee and a peaceful view) (2 blocks west o...
It is an unbelievable sight and I would recommend that anyone visiting Fort Smith during the holidays, take the time to view this breathtaking sight - especially when there is snow on the ground.
The Fort Smith National Cemetery is located close to the Fort Smith National Historical Site and is the final resting place of more than 13,000 veterans, including more than a 1,000 unknown veterans from both side...
The Old Mill North Little Rock
This site has been a favorite all my life, and whenever we have out-of-town guests, we always take them by to see the Mill and beautiful flowers surrounding the site (which is managed by Master Gardeners).
It was a beautiful sight with flowers, waterfalls, Ducks, Turtles, a bridge made of petrified wood and scenic views of the Watermill.
Dickey-Stephens Park North Little Rock
Dickey-Stephens Park offers some of the best sights looking into downtown Little Rock across the Arkansas River, some of the best food from differing vendors, a full bar, and great games for the whole family!
Parking is easy, tickets are cheap and plenty of fun! Great views of LR from the park.