Places you should visit atleast once in Little Rock

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In 1957, nine Black students enrolled at Little Rock Central High School


Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site

Little Rock

Pinnacle Mountain State Park's peak rises more than 1,000 feet and the park itself encompasses 2,351 acres

Pinnacle Mountain State Park


Little Rock

The Clinton Presidential Center is an educational complex named for and devoted to former President Bill Clinton


Clinton Presidential Center

Little Rock

Located in the River Market district and spanning 11 blocks is Riverfront Park, a 33-acre mecca of outdoor activity in the heart of the city

Riverfront Park


Little Rock

Travelers looking for a bustling atmosphere should head to the trendy River Market district


River Market District

Little Rock

Heifer International is a global organization dedicated to ending world hunger and poverty

Heifer International


Little Rock

In 1911, the General Assembly convened for its first session in the near-complete Arkansas State Capitol


Arkansas State Capitol

Little Rock

Little Rock's history is even evident in its local drinks

Rock Town Distillery


Little Rock

Founded in 1927 and reimagined in 2012, the Museum of Discovery has long been the place in Little Rock for patrons to..


Museum of Discovery

Little Rock

Unlike other museums that just have artifacts on display, the Historic Arkansas Museum has both exhibits with local artifacts as well as historic..

Historic Arkansas Museum


Little Rock

The Little Rock Zoo opened in 1926 with just two residents: a timber wolf and a bear


Little Rock Zoo

Little Rock

A bridge may not seem like an exciting activity, but hear us out

Big Dam Bridge


Little Rock

This museum wins top marks from travelers for its intriguing exhibits and extensive collection of handbags despite the..


Esse Purse Museum

Little Rock