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Fun Things to do in Arkansas’s Capital

Little Rock offers some of the most fun things to do in Arkansas. You’ll find a variety of entertainment options, a wealth of extraordinary sightseeing and shopping opportunities, and some of the top restaurants, museums, family fun and one-of-a-kind tourist attractions in Arkansas. 

People from around the globe have traveled to Little Rock to visit the William J. Clinton Presidential Center and Park, the newest and most advanced presidential library in the country. Re-live the birth of Arkansas's statehood at the oldest surviving State Capitol building west of the Mississippi. Visit historic Central High School or journey back in time to see how Arkansas's first settlers tamed the new frontier. Civil War sites, picturesque river walks, urban outdoor adventures, an award-winning zoo and interactive museums are just a few of the many tourist attractions in Arkansas’s capital.

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West Little Rock

Adolphine Fletcher Terry Branch Library

2015 Napa Valley Drive, Little Rock / 501-228-0129
Web Address: www.cals.lib.ar.us
Hillcrest

Afterthought, The

2721 Kavanaugh Blvd., Little Rock / 501-663-1196
Web Address: www.afterthoughtbar.com
Located in Little Rock's historic Hillcrest neighborhood west of Downtown, the Afterthought is the city's oldest local bar and offers live music every night.
Downtown

Albert Pike Memorial Temple

712 Scott Street, Little Rock / 501-375-5587
Web Address: www.littlerockscottishrite.org
West Little Rock

Altitude Trampoline Park

15707 Chenal Parkway, Little Rock / 479-763-5867
Web Address: www.altitudetrampolineparklr.com/page.cfm?pageid=33219
A 35,000 sq. ft. indoor park with jumping activities including sports and fitness programs, competitive jumping and just plain old-fashioned jumping fun. Located in West Little Rock, Altitude is easily accessible from any part of town.
Downtown

Arkansas Arts Center

501 E. 9th St., Little Rock / 501-372-4000
Web Address: www.arkarts.com
The Arkansas Arts Center is one of the state's leading cultural institutions. Located in historic MacArthur Park, the Arts Center features elegant art galleries that showcase the Center's acclaimed collection.
Downtown

Arkansas Arts Center Children's Theatre

501 E. 9th St., Little Rock / 501-372-4000
Web Address: www.arkarts.com
Since 1979, Children's Theatre has been creating exceptional theatre for family audiences.
Downtown

Arkansas Governor's Mansion

1800 Center St., Little Rock / 501-324-9805
Web Address: www.arkansasgovernorsmansion.com
A symbol of our State's rich history, beautiful natural resources, and the spirit of our dedication to serving others for over 50 years, the Arkansas Governor's Mansion has been the focal point of the First Family's public events, including state dinners, cultural events, and other celebrations.
North Little Rock

Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum

100 Riverfront Dr., North Little Rock / 501-371-8320
Web Address: www.aimm.museum
Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum is home to the USS Razorback, the longest-serving submarine in the world. More than just a military museum, it also offers a research library, a theater, and a large museum area.
Downtown

Arkansas Korean War Veterans Memorial

MacArthur Park, 503 E. Ninth St., Little Rock / 501-376-4602
The Arkansas Korean War Veterans Memorial is a must see in central Arkansas. The Memorial is located in MacArthur Park, next to the MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History.
Central Arkansas

Arkansas Master Gardener Program

2301 South University Avenue, Little Rock / (501) 671-2000
Web Address: www.arhomeandgarden.org/master_gardener.htm
The Arkansas Master Gardener program maintains many public gardens in Pulaski County. The Old Mill and the restoration of the grounds at Park Hill Water Works in North Little Rock, and the formal gardens at the Old State House Museum and Curran Hall in Little Rock to name a few.
Downtown

Arkansas Repertory Theatre

601 Main St., Little Rock / 501-378-0405
Web Address: www.therep.org
The Arkansas Repertory Theatre is the state’s largest non-profit professional theatre company and produces a diverse body of theatrical works ranging from contemporary comedies to cutting edge dramas and from musical theatre to the classics of dramatic literature.
Central Arkansas

Arkansas River Trail

Along the Arkansas River, Little Rock and North Little Rock
Web Address: www.arkansasrivertrail.org
The Arkansas River Trail, allows the sister cities of Little Rock and North Little Rock to connect people, enabling them to walk or cycle while taking in some of the most spectacular views in Central Arkansas.
West Little Rock

Arkansas Skatium

1311 S. Bowman Rd., Little Rock / 501-227-4333
Web Address: www.arkansasskatium.com
Fun for the entire Family!
North Little Rock

Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

3 Verizon Arena Way, North Little Rock / 501-663-4328
Web Address: www.arksportshalloffame.com
The Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame is a museum of recollections and achievements from over four decades of induction ceremonies honoring the athletic greats of Arkansas.
Downtown

Arkansas State Capitol

500 Woodlane Avenue, Little Rock / 501-682-5080
Web Address: www.sos.arkansas.gov/stateCapitolInfo/Pages/default.aspx
Capitalize on Your Visit! No trip to Little Rock is complete without a stop at the Arkansas State Capitol.
River Market Dist.

Arkansas Studies Institute

401 President Clinton Ave., Little Rock / 501-320-5790
Web Address: www.butlercenter.org/art
The state's largest free-standing facility dedicated to the study of Arkansas.
Midtown

Arkansas Symphony Orchestra

2417 N. Tyler, Little Rock / 501-666-1761
Web Address: www.arkansassymphony.org
The Arkansas Symphony Orchestra performs more than thirty concerts at Robinson Center Music Hall each year.
North Little Rock

Arkansas Travelers & Dickey-Stephens Park

Dickey-Stephens Park, 400 West Broadway Street, North Little Rock / 501-664-7559
Web Address: www.travs.com
The Arkansas Travelers enjoy one of the longest running histories of any minor league franchise, and with its new home in the state of the art Dickey-Stephens Ballpark, the history continues.
River Market Dist.

Art Along the River

Riverfront Park, Little Rock / 501-376-4781
Web Address: www.rivermarket.info
Stroll through Riverfront Park and let your mind and soul become enriched by the many works of art placed along the path to the Clinton Presidential Center.
Midtown

Artspree

Fine Arts Building, 2801 S. University Ave., Little Rock / 501-569-3288
Web Address: www.ualr.edu/artspree/
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock's performing arts series, Artspree, includes appearances by nationally and internationally recognized artists in the areas of theater, dance and music.
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