- TripBuzz found 15 things to do with kids in or near Searcy, Arkansas, including 7 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Cabot, Heber Springs and Greers Ferry.
- From Tailwater Fishing to Super Bowl the, the Searcy area offers 40 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Amusement Parks (All Ages), Bowling and Theaters.
- Home to Harding University and Arkansas State University-Searcy, the city of Searcy is a residential community and college town within Arkansas' White County. The largest city in the county, the city is home to many attractions and draws thousands of tourists to the area annually. Historical tours, theatre shows and rock climbing are among the most popular attractions, as are the city's many annual festivals.
Segway of Arkansas offers Segway tours of Arkansas Arts Center, Clinton Presidential Center and Park, Heifer International, Historic Arkansas Museum, MacArthur Park and Riverfront Park. The company also sells Segways.
The Historic Arkansas Museum is the largest history museum in Arkansas. Visitors can learn more about the history of the Bowie Knife Company, learn about products made over time in Arkansas in the Horace C. Cabe Gallery, and children can explore history in the Sturgis Children's Gallery.
95% 78 votes
503 East Ninth Street, Little Rock, AR 72202 MoreLess Info
Tribute is paid to all from Arkansas who served in the military from Arkansas at the MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History through the display of artifacts, photographs, weapons, documents, uniforms and other military items. Special tribute is paid to General Douglas MacArthur.
91% 46 votes
501 West Ninth Street, Little Rock, AR 72201 MoreLess Info
Explore the legacy of Arkansas's rich African American culture and history at Mosaic Templars Cultural Center. Founded in 2001, with the mission to collect, preserve, and celebrate the African American experience from 1870 to the present.
88% 1169 votes
Woodlane & Capitol Avenue, Little Rock, AR 72201 MoreLess Info
Built with limestone and with bronze doors, the Arkansas State Capitol was constructed during 1899 and 1911 in the neoclassical architectural style. There are many monuments and memorials on its grounds, including a replica of the Liberty Bell, and the Little Rock Nine Civil Rights Memorial.