Little Rock, Arkansas & United States Group Travel
Prices will vary, depending on services offered and group size. All tours, which are customized for your group, include deluxe motor coach transportation, professional guide service, entry into all listed attractions and meals where indicated.
Call us at 501-603-0113 to schedule your group tour today!
Little Rock Attractions
The Quapaw Quarter Historic District is famous for its extensive list of homes on the National Register of Historic Places. Let us show you the best of what Little Rock has to offer. A variety of privately-owned homes, along with ones open to the public will give you a glimpse into the Antebellum and Victorian treasures being used as homes, businesses and bed and breakfasts in Little Rock. Luncheon can be arranged in a private home for your group. Step back in time with us!
Clinton Presidential Center and Park
The 42nd President of the United States chose Little Rock as the site of his Presidential Library, and Arkansas Destinations is proud to take your group to enjoy the exhibits provided by the National Archives. Our city tour will take your group on a Little Rock driving tour including Arkansas’ State Capitol, the Old Mill, Old State House and the Central High Museum and the historic Quapaw Quarter, including the Arkansas Governor’s Mansion.
African American History Tour
The Little Rock area is home to several attractions that tell the unique story of African Americans. From the Historic Arkansas Museum, where slave history is interpreted by Living History actors, to the Central High Museum/National Historic Site, groups have enjoyed touring these special sites for years!
Our guides that specialize in this area of history can also take you to EMOBA – the Museum of Black Arkansans, and the future site of the Mosaic Templars Building, which will be a museum of African American history in Arkansas. The Central High Museum depicts the 1957 integration crisis, celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Central High Crisis.
Your own private getaway! Nestled in the fertile farm-lands of the Arkansas Delta, Marlsgate Plantation offers a fantastic getaway, just minutes from the city! The most fantastic collection of Empire Furnishings from the 1840’s that you’ll ever see! A lively tour by the owner, a sumptuous lunch, shopping in the carriage house gift shop and beautiful gardens designed by the reknown P. Allen Smith. A day you’ll never forget!
Green Tour of Little Rock
Little Rock is on the forefront of the "GREEN" movement. From environmentally friendly buildings, to wildlife areas, our city has much to show the world about recycling, adapting to the surroundings and community involvement in making the world a better place. The tour will include the Heifer International Headquarters, with it's environmentally friendly construction promoting sustainability in our everyday lives. Heifer International is a world-wide hunger relief organization founded in 1930. Other green buildings include the headquarters of Winrock International, a non-profit organization that supports sustainable development, and the 2,000 acres of the Audubon Nature Centre at Gillam Park.
Explore Little Rock, the capitol city at the heart of the state by viewing the Old State House Museum. Having served as Arkansas' State Capitol from 1836 until 1911, this building now serves as a museum of Arkansas history with exhibits including the First Ladies' ball gowns. Next you'll experience the Historic Arkansas Museum located on the site where the first territorial government met as well as some of the oldest structures in Little Rock. History is interpreted through portrayals of actual figures as you are guided among 13 structures. The Arkansas State Capitol will highlight your tour as a granite and marble replica of the U.S. Capitol featuring bronze doors and Tiffany chandeliers.
Gardens Tour of Little Rock
You don't have to have a green thumb to enjoy the spectacular gardens of Little Rock. We'll start with a visit to North Little Rock's Old Mill that was featured in the opening Credits of "Gone With The Wind" with it's spectacular display of flowers, shrubbery, and native trees. You'll also get a rare opportunity to visit Moss Mountain, the home of TV's gardening expert P.Allen Smith, and acres of country gardening at it's finest. Last stop is the picturesque grounds of the Arkansas Governor's Mansion.
Night at the Dinner Theatre
Fun and Hilarity take top billing in the theatrical performances at Murry's Dinner Theatre and you'll be treated to a sumptuous buffet dinner as well. Since 1967, Murry's has been producing and presenting fabulous entertainment while serving up loads of food.
Something for everyone! Your guide will take you on a city driving tour that includes the Historic Arkansas Museum, Heifer International, Central High National Historic Site, Arkansas State Capitol, Mosaic Templars, McArthur Military Museum, Arkansas Arts Center and the Old State House Museum. After an hour of learning about all the attractions, guests have the opportunity to visit two of the places they want to see most. The trolley picks up everyone along the way and brings everyone back together at the end of the tour. A crowd favorite!
Grab a group of friends or co-workers and make your way to Oaklawn with Arkansas Destinations.
Oaklawn Park has been entertaining Arkansans and guests for almost 100 years. A day of thoroughbred racing, delicious food, abundant drinks and fun with friends is just what you need from mid-January until mid-April. Let us package your trip today!
Several packages are available for you to choose from, or call us to create your personalized package. Call today for more information or to book your special tour: 501-603-0113.
A Spa City Adventure
Garvan Woodland Gardens in Hot Springs are a hidden treasure. Groups enjoy the unique wooded atmosphere along the shores of Lake Hamilton. Shop along famous Bath House Row and history comes alive. A short driving tour will link the past to the present, as we also have the opportunity for baths and massages. A great day of pampering awaits…
Ozark Folk Center
Blanchard Springs Caverns
Take a trip back in time to the historic town of Mountain View and the Ozark Folk Center. Enjoy the traditional American Folk culture by viewing more than 20 authentic pioneer skills and crafts including the blacksmithing and pottery along with an educational herb garden. Then it's down to Blanchard Springs Caverns, which has been described as the most important cave find of the 20th century. You'll see spectacular water-carved passages, an underground river and the world's largest flowstone.
Great Passion Play
It's shopping galore in the secluded and peaceful town of Eureka Springs with winding mountainside streets. Streets are lined with Victorian homes hugging cliffsides, and it's entire downtown area is on the National Register of Historic Places. With blocks after blocks of one-of-a-kind shops, boutiques, fine art galleries, craft emporiums, spas, museums, and restaurants. Then you'll enjoy a performance of the New Great Passion Play. America's #1 attended outdoors drama. It's a spectacular experience brought to you by a cast of hundreds of performers and living animals.
Mystery on the Mountain
Nestled between the Ouachita and Ozark mountain ranges is breathtaking Petit Jean State Park and it's famous gravesite. One the mountain you'll find out what happened in the legend of a beautiful French girl who disguised herself as a boy to follow her sweetheart. You'll also have the opportunity to visit nearby Winrock Farms, a leading agricultural research facility owned by the Arkansas branch of the Rockefeller family. There's also a chance to visit the renowned Museum of Automobiles which displays an impressive collection of antique and vintage cars owned by Mae West, Elvis and Bill Clinton.
Wineries of Arkansas
A tour of Mount Magazine is one of natural beauty with breath-taking vistas. At 2,753 feet, Mount Magazine is Arkansas's highest mountain, rising dramatically above broad valleys. It's rugged, isolated, and rich in natural resources including rare and endangered species. Mount Magazine has long lured explorers, adventurers, scientists, naturalists, and vacationers. Then it's a tour of several historical wineries and an exquisite meal at the original wine cellar (listed on the National Register of Historic Places), which has been converted into the Weinkeller Restaurant.
United States Attractions
Walt Disney World
Walt Disney World Destination Trips Available
Branson Trips Available
New Orleans, LA
Your group is sure to find the city of New Orleans Tour fascinating as it offers everything from the cultural celebration of Mardi Gras to a swamp tour of a nearby bayou. There's the charm of New Orleans with it's distinctive food, music, and spirit, experience the French Quarter and the Mississippi River first hand with a river boat cruise. There's also exciting trips planned to a world-class Zoo and Gardens.
St. Louis, MO
St. Louis attractions offer so many things to see and do that you’ll probably run out of time before you run out of options. Unique attractions, historic sites, charming neighborhoods and exciting entertainment options such as riding to the top of the Gateway Arch, Forest Park's 1300 acres of lakes and walking paths, and a plethera of museum's, botanical gardens, cathedrals, and casinos.
Enjoy the wonders that Tulsa Oklahoma has to offer with a 2 night deluxe accomodations to the Courtyard Marriott with full breakfast buffet including made-to-order omlets each morning.
Evening of Wine and Roses at Tulsa Garden Center (includes dinner and $75 ticket for fund-raising event) Lannaeus Teaching Garden, Gilcrease Museum - Brunch on your own, Guided city tour and visit to the Philbrook Museum of Art, Dinner of elegance at the award winning Green Onion Restaurant.
San Antonio, TX
Experience a bit of Old Mexico, right here in the USA. The River Walk, the Alamo, El Mercado Farmer's Market, Sea World and Six Flags Fiesta Texas all feature San Antonio's unique history, architecture and Spanish style. Enjoy free time strolling along the San Antonio River where you will see the Pearl Brewery, take a river cruise, see tourists and locals winding their way through one of America's largest cities.
The "Home of the Blues" will leave you feeling anything but! We will visit Graceland, home of Elvis Presley, the Stax Museum of American Soul and then dinner on Beale Street in the heart of Downtown Memphis. The National Civil Rights Museum, located in the old Lorraine Hotel, is full of history about this turbulant time in American history. Many of our tours include a Broadway Show at the historic Orpheum Theater. 2011 shows include "Shrek the Musical" and "Young Frankenstein".
Everything is bigger in Texas. On our tour we feature a tour of the new Texas Stadium, along with visiting some of the cultural locations, museums and activities that many guests don't associate with the Big D. A visit to Trader's Village in Grand Prairie will please all the shoppers in your group.