Visitor Information & Brochures

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Choose the guides below that you would like us to include in your Little Rock Visitor Information Package, then complete the form below and click submit. If you are in the Little Rock area stop by a Visitor Information Center for brochures and useful information.

Visitor Information Centers:
Little Rock National Airport
Shop The Rock  400 Pres. Clinton Ave. 
Historic Curran Hall  615 E. Capitol Ave.   
Statehouse Convention Center  1 Statehouse Plaza

Little Rock Dining and Entertainment Guide

Little Rock Dining and Entertainment Guide

With more than 550 choices for delicious dining and drinks – and some of the South's most vibrant venues for entertainment – this guide will help you find the perfect place to suit your tastes, whether it's local cuisine or international fare.


2013 River Market Brochure

2013 River Market Brochure

The River Market District is located in the heart of Little Rock on the banks of the Arkansas River and will entice your senses with rich entertainment, dining, shopping and cultural experiences.


2014 Little Rock Arts and Attractions Guide

2014 Little Rock Arts and Attractions Guide

Discover Arkansas' rich history with a visit to Little Rock's cultural attractions. This guide provides detailed descriptions, hours, and maps for Little Rock's art galleries, history and science museums, the zoo and more.


Little Rock Top 12 Attractions

Little Rock Top 12 Attractions

Little Rock, the state capital of Arkansas, is more than just the home of America's 42nd President: it's also known for its Civil Rights history, a thriving cultural community, incredible restaurants, fabulous shopping and breathtaking scenery.


Brochures Available for Download

  • A Tour to President Clinton A Tour to President Clinton's Little Rock
    For 16 years - 12 of those years as Arkansas Governor - Bill Clinton and his family called Little Rock home. During those years Clinton developed strong ties and lasting friendships, and the support of a state and a city that cheered him on as he reached his political aspirations. Welcome to Bill Clinton's Little Rock
  • A Walking Tour of the Vogel Schwartz Sculpture Garden A Walking Tour of the Vogel Schwartz Sculpture Garden
    Little Rock's premiere sculpture garden is made possible through the support of the Vogel Schwartz Foundation and is home to artwork acquired annually from proceeds of the Sculpture at the River Market show held each October.
  • African American History in Little Rock African American History in Little Rock
    From the mid-19th century to the present, let this "map" guide you through the legacy of African American history in Little Rock.
  • Clinton Presidential Center Info Card Clinton Presidential Center Info Card
    The William J. Clinton Presidential Center includes America's most extensive Presidential Library housing the largest archival collection in American presidential history, located on the banks of the Arkansas River in the heart of Little Rock's River Market District.
  • Curran hall Curran hall
    Curran Hall now serves as the city’s first official visitor information and welcome center with information on Little Rock hotels, restaurants and attractions, as well as additional Arkansas attractions. Curran Hall also serves as the official reception hall for the mayor of Little Rock.
  • Farmers Farmers' Market Info Card
    The Farmers’ Market makes its home in the River Market’s two outdoor, open-air pavilions overlooking Riverfront Park and the Arkansas River. The Market is filled with farm-fresh produce straight from the backs of the trucks. From May through October, find bargains on fresh Arkansas crops as well as a bountiful array of handmade arts and crafts.
  • Historic Arkansas Gardens Historic Arkansas Gardens
    Little Rock’s award-winning Marjem Ward Jackson Historic Arkansas Gardens are located on the ground of the Little Rock Visitor Information Center at Historic Curran Hall, one of the city’s oldest homes built in 1842. The center has a wide variety of information on city hotels, restaurants, and local and statewide attractions.
  • Quapaw Quarter Historic Homes Tour Quapaw Quarter Historic Homes Tour
    The Quapaw Quarter was created in the early 1960s as an effort to identify and protect significant historic structures in Little Rock during urban renewal projects of the time. First defined in 1968 as sixteen square blocks, the Quapaw Quarter expanded over time to include other historic areas of Little Rock. It now encompasses nine square miles of the oldest parts of the city; including fifteen distinct neighborhoods and over a dozen National Register Historic Districts. The largest are the MacArthur Park, Governor’s Mansion and Central High School Neighborhood Historic Districts. Today, the Quapaw Quarter is known nation-wide for its diversity and architectural significance.
  • The Arkansas River Trail The Arkansas River Trail
    Anchored by the Clinton Presidential Park Bridge in downtown and the Big Dam Bridge further west, the River Trail offers over 17 miles of river view, which runs along both the north and south banks of the Arkansas River. There are four pedestrian and bicycle bridges connected to the River Trail, making Little Rock the only city in the country with four pedestrian bridges that stretch over a navigable body of water. The trail is a must-see for visiting cyclists, hikers and outdoor enthusiasts. In addition, the Central Arkansas Trails System is over 36 miles and connects 23 parks and 24 additional trails and attractions.
  • The Little Rock Campaign Tour The Little Rock Campaign Tour
    A driving tour of sites along the route The Union Army took to capture The Capitol of Arkansas.
  • Tours of Little Rock Tours of Little Rock
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