Asa Hutchinson, governor, Arkansas, and the Walton Family Foundation announced a historic park development effort in the Arkansas Delta.
Arkansas hosted more than 32 million visitors in 2018 who spent USD7,37 billion in total travel expenditures, USD408 million in state taxes and USD161 million in local taxes, according to data released by the Division of Arkansas Tourism.
Little Italy, Arkansas, which is about 20 minutes from Little Rock, has an interesting tale regarding its part in Arkansas history.
Asa Hutchinson, governor, Arkansas, signed Arkansas Act 650 of 2019 making Arkansas the second state to make it legal for people travelling by bicycle through the state to treat stop signs as yields and red lights as stop signs.
The Natural States newest Arkansas Welcome Centre, located in Harrison, has been officially opened on November 0 2.
The event was hosted by the Arkansas Department of Transportation (ARDOT) and the Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism (ADPT). The public was invited to attend.
As part of the Welcome Centres recent USD2,5 million upgrade, a completely new building was built in the same location as the old centre.
The facility offers visitors up-to-the minute information on attractions, regional events and weather conditions. The building amenities include computer kiosks, Wi-Fi and free coffee. The landscaped exterior also offers picnic tables for travellers looking to take a short break from the road.
The ribbon cutting ceremony included a presentation of the colours by the Arkansas National Guard and comments by ARDOT and ADPT staff.
13 Welcome Centres are located at various points of entry to the state. An additional location can be found in Little Rock, which serves as a centrally-located centre for visitors.
Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism, Little Rock Convention and Visitors Bureau, and Visit Bentonville partnered to attend the May 31 – June 03 Atlanta Food & Wine Festival.
Seeking to renew the connection between historical traditions presented in its permanent gallery collection and modern Native peoples, the Museum of Native American History in Bentonville, Arkansas is set to present its annual Native American Cultural Symposium from June 14 -- 17.