How about Arkansas?

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  1. SaggyWoman

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    Good places to visit?
     
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    Well, except for Eureka Springs?
     
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    My favorite place to visit is in Eureka Springs:

    Last Precinct Police Museum -

    The Last Precinct Police Museum features over 10,000 artifacts, including police cars, motorcycles, uniforms, weapons, badges symbolizing 150 years of American police history, foreign police and Hollywood memorabilia from around the world. 15677 Highway 62 West, Eureka Springs.
     
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    Hot Springs is a popular tourist area. If you like lakes, etc. you might try the Mountain Home area with Bull Shoals and Norfolk lakes.
     
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    We live pretty close to this area of Arkansas and from what people say around here the Mountain Home area is really nice.
     
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    Eureka you know.

    Little Rock:

    Central High School Historic Museum
    Clinton Library
    Jacksonville Military Museum (new)

    Arkansas in general:

    Lots of mountains, fishing, hiking trails, camping, Civil War Landmarks (re-enactments), and outdoors kind of stuff. Murfeesboro has a diamond dig. Hope is the Watermelon capital of the world. Lots of stuff like that.

    Joseph Botwinick
     

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