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Arkansas' capital, Little Rock, is an ideal vacation destination for the whole family, offering an excellent selection of attractions for all tastes and ages.
In Little Rock you'll find unique historic attractions, great museums, romantic inns and picturesque parks.
History buffs will find plenty to see, including the William J. Clinton Presidential Center, the Little Rock High School National Historic Site and the Old State House Museum.
If you love historic architecture, you can take a stroll through the historic Quapaw Quarter and art lovers can immerse themselves in the vibrant arts scene by visiting the Arkansas Art Museum and Arkansas Symphony Orchestra or watching a Broadway show.
Take a stroll in Riverfront Park, visit the beautifully restored homes at the Historic Arkansas Museum, and ride the River Rail Electric Streetcar.
The Big Dam Bridge is the longest bicycle and pedestrian bridge in the country, built especially for this purpose.
The Big Dam Bridge connects nearly 20 miles of beautiful scenic riverside trails in Little Rock and North Little Rock.
The best things to do in Little Rock, AR with the kids include the Little Rock Zoo, Bernice Garden and the Museum of Discovery.
The museum has several educational programs, summer camps and interactive science exhibits.
It is one of the top family attractions in Little Rock, Arkansas. It also hosts field trips and can be rented for events like birthday parties.
The Arkansas River Trail System is a 140-kilometer long circuit across the state that passes through Little Rock, Maumelle, North Little Rock and Conway.
The trail runs from the Clinton Presidential Bridge through North Little Rock, Big Dam Bridge and Little Rock before returning to Clinton Bridge.
Located on La Harpe Boulevard along the Arkansas River, Riverfront Park is a downtown park with historic landmarks, playgrounds, sculptures and trails.
Spanning eleven blocks, the park contains 33 acres of land for activities, outdoor events and opportunities to learn about the state's history.
If you want to learn how grains - corn, wheat and rye - can be turned into bourbon, vodka or gin, take a tour of the Rock Town Distillery, an artisanal distillery located in downtown Little Rock.
This award-winning distillery uses beans grown no more than 200 kilometers from the distillery and, with a lot of passion, knowledge and experience, they make some truly remarkable spirits.
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