Audio Tour Downloads

Political History Tour

Discover the people and places that helped shape our great state in this fascinating Arkansas Political History walking tour to 23 locations throughout historic downtown Little Rock.

The tour begins at the "Little Rock" on the river, but you may start at any location on the tour. Look for the numbered decals on the side-walk that correspond with the tracks on the audio tour file. Press play and you’re off on an old/new adventure!  

For a larger version of the map below, pick up one of the Museum, Art and Heritage Trail maps. The paths follow each other closely. Enjoy the art along the way. Maps are available at the Visitor Information Center at Historic Curran Hall, hotels and other locations.  

Arkansas Political History Map 

Download the free audio files to your computer to use in your MP3 player or burn to CD.
Direction for downloading:
Right click the desired track
Internet Explorer: click save as target; then choose desired folder
Firefox: click save link as...
 



Arkansas Arts Center ArkArts.com)
Arkansas Historic Preservation Program (ArkansasPreservation.org)
Arkansas Parks and Tourism (Arkansas.com)
Butler Center for Arkansas Studies (ButlerCenter.org/)
Clinton Presidential Library (ClintonPresidentialCenter.com)
Curran Hall: Little Rock Visitor Information Center (LittleRock.com)
Department of Arkansas Heritage (ArkansasHeritage.com)
Downtown Little Rock Partnership (DowntownLR.com)
Historic Arkansas Museum (HistoricArkansas.org)
Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site (NPS.gov/chsc/)
Little Rock Planning and Development—Heritage Tourism (LittleRock.org/CityDepartments/PlanningAndDevelopment)
MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History (ArkMilitaryHeritage.com)
Mosaic Templars Cultural Center (MosaicTemplarsCenter.com)
Quapaw Quarter Association (Quapaw.com)
Old State House Museum (OldStatehouse.com)
Pulaski County Historical Society (PulaskiCountyArkHistory.org)
Sequoyah Research Center and American Native Press Archives (ANPA.ualr.edu)
Southside Main Street (SOMA) (SouthsideMain.org)
The Encyclopedia of Arkansas History & Culture (EncyclopediaOfArkansas.net/)