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     "Little Rock, AR"
     Little Rock, Arkansas
     Because of their central location, Little Rock and North Little Rock are considered the heart of Arkansas. The metropolitan area offer a varied mix of visitor attractions. The area's extensive park system provides a chance for outdoor activities and beautiful natural settings. Little Rock is a big city with small-town charm. Annual events include: Little Rock Wine & Food Celebration, Greek Food Festival, Riverfest, Wildwood Festival, and the Little Rock Summer Concert Series.

     Aerospace Education Center
     3301 East Roosevelt Road
     Little Rock, Arkansas
     (501) 371-0331
     The center includes an IMAX theater, a NASA-sponsered exhibit, and more.

     Arkansas Arts Center
     501 East 9th Street
     Little Rock, Arkansas
     (501) 372-4000
     The Arkansas Arts Center, the state's largest cultural institution, is a museum of art and an active center for the visual and performing arts. Its program departments include the Arkansas Museum of Art, the Decorative Arts Museum, the Museum School, the Children's Theatre and State Services.

     Arkansas State Fairgrounds/Barton Coliseum
     2600 Howard Street
     Little Rock, Arkansas
     (501) 372-8347
     The fairgrounds present various events and the state fair every year.

     Arkansas Territorial Restoration
     200 East 3rd Street
     Little Rock, Arkansas
     (501) 324-9351
     A main center showing interpretation of the state's historical frontier period.

     Brownlee House
     200 E. Third St.
     Little Rock, Arkansas
     This house was built by Scotsman Robert Brownlee for his brother James in the 1840s.

     Central High Museum and Visitor Center
     2125 West 14th Street
     Little Rock, Arkansas
     (501) 374-1957
     The museum and center offer information of the 1957 crisis and it's history.

     Children's Museum of Arkansas
     1400 West Markham
     Little Rock, Arkansas
     (501) 374-6655
     This museum encourages children to do hands-on exploration.

     Decorative Arts Museum
     411 East 7th Street
     Little Rock, Arkansas
     (501) 372-4000
     The art museum contains permanent and changing exhibits from Greek and Roman pottery to sculpture from the contemporary period.

     Hinderliter Grog Shop
     200 E. Third St.
     Little Rock, Arkansas
     This building was a settlement tavern, built in the late 1820s.

     Little Rock Convention and Visitors Bureau
     100 W. Markham & Main
     Little Rock, Arkansas
     (501) 376-4781 or (800) 844-4781
     Find guides to the city, places to meet, and more.

     Little Rock Zoo
     1 Jonesboro Drive
     Little Rock, Arkansas
     (501) 666-2406
     The zoo has over 600 native and exotic animals on its 40 acres.

     McVicar House
     200 E. Third St.
     Little Rock, Arkansas
     Built in the 1840s, by James Vicar a prison warden and the house is furnished in its period.

     Museum of Discovery
     500 President Clinton Ave.
     Little Rock, Arkansas
     (501) 396-7050 or (800) 880-6475
     Arkansas Museum of Discovery, Little Rock, Arkansas, River Market, natural science, history facility can accomadate corporate rentals.

     Old State House
     W. Markham and Center sts.
     Little Rock, Arkansas
     (501) 324-9685
     This building is a fine example of Doric architecture and was Arkansas's first capitol building in 1836.

     State Capitol
     W. Capitol Ave.
     Little Rock, Arkansas
     (501) 682-5080
     The capitol has a mineral display, audiovisual programs, and guided tours of its halls.

     The Empress of Little Rock B&B Tour Home
     2120 S. Louisiana Little Rock
     Little Rock, Arkansas
     (501) 374-7966
     The Empress of Little Rock Small Luxury Hotel and Victorian Bed and Breakfast.

     The Old State House Museum
     300 West Markham
     Little Rock, Arkansas
     (501) 324-9685
     A multimedia museum of Arkansas history, people and culture, set in the oldest surviving state capitol west of the Mississippi River.

     Villa Marre
     1321 South Scott Street
     Little Rock, Arkansas
     (501) 371-0075
     This restored Victorian house was built in 1881, and is known for its woodwork.

     Wild River Country
     6820 Crystal Hill Road
     Little Rock, Arkansas
     (501) 753-8600
     Arkansas' Largest Water Park located in North Little Rock, Arkansas.

     Willow Springs, Inc.
     3903 Willow Springs Road
     Little Rock, Arkansas
     (501) 888-4148
     Little Rock's original water park.

     Woodruff Print Shop
     200 E. Third St.
     Little Rock, Arkansas
     This was the home of William E. Woodruff, the founder of the Arkansas Gazette.

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