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Arkansas Museum of Natural Resources - Situated in the midst of the historic sixty square mile Smackover Oil Field and one mile south of the oil rich town of Smackover. Although the Museum represents all of Arkansas' natural resources, it is dedicated to the pioneers of south Arkansas' oil and brine industries.

Reynolds Science Center Planetarium - Tours of the planetarium, exhibits on stars and outer-space; classes, children's programs about space and planetary exploration.

Nevada County Depot and Museum - Exhibits include information on World War I, World War II, American Legion, American National Guard, 1941 Army Maneuvers in Prescott, photos of Nevada County Veterans, early settlements and settlers of Nevada County, various collections pertaining to the Civil War, John Teeter, and railroads.

Arkansas Railroad Museum/Engine 819 - Engine 819, Pine Bluff's legendary queen of steam, is a site to see! Tours are available year-round. The museum also houses passenger cars, cabooses and baggage cars - all restored to their original splendor as well as many artifacts used back in the days of steam engines.

Art and Science Center - Current programming consists of: collections and exhibitions; performing arts; education; hands-on kids science exhibits and more.

Arkadelphia Aquatic Park - Arkadelphia's best place for fun in the sun. The Aquatic Park was built to accommodate all ages. Several pools, sides, and picnic areas.

Band Museum - The only museum dedicated entirely to the history of band music and instruments. Established by Jerry Horne, a band instrument collector for many years, the museum displays rare, old and unusual instruments and memorabilia from one of the most extensive collections anywhere in the USA.

Clinton First Home Museum and Exhibit Center - The first home of President Bill Clinton; listed on the National Register of Historic Places; now under the auspices of the National Park Service; focuses on the 1940s and 1950s childhood history of the 42nd president; free tour includes the home, photographic exhibits and museum store.

Turner Neal Museum of Natural History - Located on the University of Arkansas at Monticello campus. The Museum displays a variety of natural history materials including invertebrates, fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals, fossils, minerals, and plants.

Four States Auto Museum - The Museum exhibits, restores and operates appropriate pieces of automotive equipment and displays static exhibits which provide educational and recreational experiences for visitors.

South Arkansas Arboretum - Located adjacent to the El Dorado High School, this 13-acre site exhibits plants indigenous to Arkansas's West Gulf Coastal Plain region and exotic species including flowering azaleas and camellias.

Veterans Museum - The main purpose of the Bradley County Veterans Museum is to memorialize all Bradley County servicemen and women, alive or deceased, who served this nation in war or peace, and to help educate and inform the public about the military heritage of veterans who lived all, or part of their lives in Bradley County.

The Royal Players - A Performing arts theater featuring different plays. See what is playing now. The best in local talent.