|Facts about Fort Smith City|
|Country||USA (United State of America)|
|Total Area||52.9 sq miles|
|Lat Long Coordinates||35.3858° N, 94.3983° W|
|Time Zone||CST (UTC−06:00)|
|Major Religion||Roman Catholic, Christian|
|Museums||Fort Smith Trolley Museum, Fort Smith Museum of History, Old Fort Museum|
|Universities||University of Arkansas, Webster University, John Brown University|
Fort Smith is a city in the U.S state of Arkansas. It was founded in 1817. The city known for 'Hanging Judge'-Issac C Parker is one of the two county seats of Sebastian County and also the principal city of the Fort Smith.
The city hotels that offer all modern facilities as well as serve fantastic cuisine are the weaknesses of the tourists visiting the city. Fort Smith has many international hotels like Residence Inn, Hampton Inn, Holiday Inn, Aspen Hotel & Suites, Holiday Inn Express, GuestHouse International, Fifth Season Inn, Days Inn, Ramada Inn, Baymont Inn & Suites, Comfort Inn and Courtyard Downtown include the famous hotels in the city.
Fort Smith Regional Airport serves the city. Buses, cars and taxis are the forms of public transport in the city.These two rivers are Arkansas and Poteau River. The city Fort Smith is served by the port of Fort Smith . There is a internal bus service in Fort Smith also named, Fort Smith Transit. There is an airport also in Fort Smith. Moreover, this city is situated in the meeting point of two state highways also.
Places of Attraction :
Fort Smith Air Museum, Fort Smith National Historic Site and a restored soda fountain that exhibits the chronicle of the city's history in the Fort Smith Museum of History is really amazing. Clayton House, The Darby House, Belle Grove Historic District, Bonneville House, John Rogers Home, Casper Reutzel Haus, J.M. Sparks Home, Alfonso Trent House, Zachary Taylor's Chimney and The Hangman's House are the historic sites in the city that draws the attention of tourists. An opportunity to ride a vintage streetcar can be gained at Fort Smith Trolley Museum in the city. Having a vintage train excursion in Ozarks, people can have a complete view of the city. Fort Smith Convention Center, US National Cemetery, Oak Cemetery, Fort Chaffee, The New Theater, Lawbreakers and Peacemakers and Arkansas Wine Country are the highlights of the city.