Adventures awaiting you in Arkansas
Little Rock: Little Rock, the capital of Arkansas, was founded in 1821.
William J. Clinton Presidential Center & Park: Little Rock is synonymous with Bill Clinton, the 42nd president of the United States.
Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site: Little Rock Central High School hit the headlines in 1957 when nine African-American students attempted to enter the premises after the US.
Big Dam Bridge and Arkansas River Trail: At 1,288 m (4,226 ft), Little Rock's Big Dam Bridge is the longest bridge built for pedestrian.
Arkansas State Capitol: Dating back to 1915 and based on the design of the US Capitol in Washington, D.C., the Arkansas State Capitol.
Old State House Museum: With your interest in Arkansas political history sparked perhaps, why not then head over to the original state capitol.
Museum of Discovery: Located in a historic building in Little Rock's River Market District, the Museum of Discovery is a delight to, well, discover, and is especially appealing to kids.
MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History: One of the oldest buildings in the region houses the MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History.
Little Rock Zoo: The largest zoo in Arkansas is actually one of the smallest in America, with around 200 animals calling it home.
Historic Arkansas Museum: Created to include a number of historic homesteads and other restored buildings.