- The list below includes 48 free or cheap things to do in or near Scott, Arkansas, including 39 different types of inexpensive activities like History Museums, Historic Sites, Movie Theaters and Bowling.
- From Toltec Mounds State Park to Plantation Agriculture Museum, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Scott and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Little Rock, North Little Rock, Cabot and Jacksonville.
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.
Featuring a seating capacity of 18,000, Verizon Arena is used for a variety of events including sports, concerts, conventions, trade shows and professional wrestling. The arena provides 29 luxury suites, 28,000 square feet of meeting space and catering services.
Housing 11 Arkansas governors, Arkansas Governor's Mansion offers visitors guided tours where they can learn about the history of the building and the governors who lived there. The mansion is still in use by the First Family for public events.
The Joint is a theatre in Arkansas which is cabaret style. Its coffee is from custom roasted coffee beans. They serve premium craft beers, snacks, and choice wines and champagnes. They have original two-act comedies twice a week.
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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.
The Mount Holly Cemetery contains the graves of 11 state governors, 15 state Supreme Court justices, 4 Confederate generals, 7 United States senators and 22 Little Rock mayors, and 2 Pulitzer Prize recipient, along with war veterans. The first body was laid to rest here in 1843.
Home of the Arkansas Travelers, a minor league baseball team, Dickey-Stephens Park is within close proximity of Broadway Bridge in North Little Rock. The park is just a short walk from downtown and offers great views of the skyline.