Begin your visit to Little Rock with a tour of the Arkansas State Capitol Building, which boasts one of the finest Neoclassical facades in the southern United States. After exploring the Liberty Bell replica and Monument to Confederate Soldiers at the capitol grounds, immerse yourself with some European culture by looking at Impressionist paintings at the Arkansas Arts Center. Be sure to visit the William J. Clinton Presidential Center and Park to learn about the 42nd president of the United States, who began his brilliant political career in this city.
Interstate 440 provides a convenient drive from Clinton National Airport (LIT) to the core districts of "The Rock." Book a room in the Quapaw Quarter to enjoy the atmosphere of the oldest neighborhood in Little Rock. This district is within walking distance from the Museum of Discovery and the Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum. Whether you stay on the southern or northern bank of the Arkansas River, you'll have an easy time navigating downtown Little Rock by riding the River Rail Streetcar.
Cool winters and hot summers in Little Rock are attributed to a humid subtropical climate. A walk through Riverfront Park and Arkansas Arboretum is best enjoyed on a sunny day. From comedy shows at Arkansas Repertory Theatre to classical music concerts at Robinson Center, there's plenty of entertainment to enjoy on an any given evening in Little Rock.