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Explore the City on a Bus Rental in Russellville, Arkansas

Russellville is the seat of Pope County and with around 28,000 people calling it home, it is also the biggest city in the county. Check out the attractions here on a bus rental in Russellville, Arkansas.

Some of the places you need to visit on a bus rental in Russellville, Arkansas include:

Entertainment & Amusement Parks

Go to Beazer's Fine Billiards, where you can challenge your pool skills or watch a movie at UEC Theatres. You might also want to go to Sportsworld, where you can bowl and enjoy 10-pin games. Further, you can roller skate at Russellville Skate Station and then head on to Extreme Paintball & Laser Tag. Lastly, you have the Wall, where you can have an awesome rock climbing experience.

Arts & Culture

Go to the River Valley Arts Center, where you can catch more than three dozen art exhibits featuring the works of national, local, and international artists. They also offer an arts camp in the summer and classes for drama, music and the arts. Then head out to the Arkansas River Visitor Center, where you have wildlife exhibits and displays that teach you about the Arkansas River and how it developed over the years.

Meanwhile, the Arkansas Tech Museum has more than 60,000 items in its collections. The documents, photographs and negatives make up a majority of the holdings, which tell you about the life of the university. Or how about checking out the vintage and antique cars at the Museum of Automobiles, where you can also find an antique gun collection, a player piano and a collection of license plates from the state?

Historical Sites & Landmarks

Check out the Historic Missouri Pacific Railroad Depot, which was built in the 1910s and was rehabilitated in 2002 through 2004. Today it houses a railroad museum, a visitor center, and the office of the city's main street organization. You can also tour the Subiaco Abbey, which was built in the 1870s and is open to the public for tours. Check out the stone architecture and the manicured gardens.

Then there are close to two dozen sites that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Russellville. That includes four houses (John W. White House, Threlkeld House, W.J. White House, and Wilson House); sites within the Arkansas Tech University (Williamson Hall, Wilson Hall, Physical Education Building, Hughes Hall, and Girls' Domestic Science and Arts Building), cemeteries (Norristown Cemetery and Confederate Mothers Memorial Park), schools (Mountain View School and Fair View School), and other buildings (First Christian Church, Riggs-Hamilton American Legion Post No. 20, Henry R. Koen Forest Service Building, Latimore Tourist Home, Old South Restaurant, Russellville Masonic Temple, and Russellville Public Library). You can also tour the Russellville Downtown Historic District.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Do visit the Lake Dardanelle State Park. It has a visitor center where you could find interactive exhibits and interactive kiosks that tell you more about the park, water sources of the city and the history of the area. Then you have the Petit Jean State Park, where you can enjoy 21 miles of walking trails, waterfalls, mountainsides, and lakes. This is the state's flagship park.

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