Enjoy Spring Break in the River Market District
Whether spring break has you visiting Little Rock from afar or just enjoying a staycation in the capital city, you'll find a good, safe time here in the River Market. Here are 5 spring-tastic things to do on your spring break in the River Market!
The River Market District is a culinary paradise, and locally-owned restaurants make it one of the most flavorful neighborhoods. And with spring finally arriving, there are plenty of patios, many of which are pet-friendly, just waiting for you to take a seat. Keeping you safe is everyone's priority, and rest assured that River Market District restaurants have committed to our #BigOnSafety pledge regarding Covid-19 safety protocols.
The River Market District is a walkable and bikeable neighborhood with plenty of sights and attractions to explore on your way. Explore some of Little Rock's new self-guided walking and biking tours, many of which intersect with the District.
The River Market District offers a unique shopping experience. It's home to both men's and women's clothing boutiques, multiple art galleries, and museum stores where you're sure to find stylish, unique, and one-of-a-kind finds. The Bookstore at Library Square relocated to the Galleries at Library Square, is where you'll find a selection of books, gifts, art, jewelry, and more. 4Square on President Clinton Avenue offers a wide range of Arkansas gift baskets and souvenirs to take home. Stratton's Market on 3rd offers a selection of fresh and packaged grocery items as well as a full liquor store for your convenience.
Get your culture on at one of the many art galleries and museums that call the River Market home. From history to science to nature and art in all mediums and forms, you can find it in the River Market. Discover public art scattered across the District and throughout Riverfront Park. Follow the sculptures through the park to the Vogel Schwartz Sculpture Garden, where you'll find yourself immersed in beauty.
The Great Outdoors
From Riverfront Park and the Arkansas River Trail to the Clinton Presidential Center Park and Bill Clark Wetlands to the Witt Stephens Jr. Central Arkansas Nature Center, you'll find a wealth of outdoor opportunities right here in the heart of downtown Little Rock. Ride, run, or stroll through one of these fantastic features of the River Market while you're here.
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