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We plan our road trips around weird and odd things to see. This fit the bill! It was a nice break from from driving and a fun history lesson too. Make sure and walk over to the Guitar Walk before you leave town.
Located in an offbeat business district, this Beatles Abbey Road tribute marks the Fab Fours stopover here in 1964. The occurrence has affected the nearby area for over fifty years. Don't miss the Guitar park just two blocks away. Its all free and a labor...More
Don't take the wall behind the Beatles as just your average wall. It is a metal wall and all of the art work on the wall was done with a dremil tool. Also, hidden within the picture are several song names. It's very interesting. There...More
Every year in September this town has Beatles Fest. All day music, crafts, talks with local artist and authors. The evening ends with an awesome free concert from the Liverpool Legends who imitate the Beatles superbly. They have concerts all over the US and are...More
I found out about about this park on Roadside America. So, on our way to Fayetteville, we took a detour to check it out. It was worth the stop for the photo op. It would have been more fun if the stores around the park...More
If you are planning on coming through northeast Arkansas around September 18 to see the Beatles Park, look for the schedule for the Beatles At the Ridge Festival. (you can also find them on Face Book). They have a great two day festival! They have...More
We stumbled upon this town in search of good expresso. We were surprised to find that the Beatles made a stop here in 1964. The "Imagine" store owner was gracious enough to show us her personal collection of photos of the Beatles at Walnut Ridge...More