Temperatures are rising fast in Little Rock, AR, but that doesn’t mean there is nothing to do. Museums abound in Little Rock. The Arkansas Arts Center in historic MacArthur Park hosts elegant art galleries that showcase exhibitions from the AAC’s acclaimed collection of unique works.
If history is more your thing, start at Curran Hall, Little Rock’s visitors center. Built in 1842 by Col. Ebenezer Walters, Curran Hall is a great place to begin your adventure. The Arkansas History Commission serves as the official State Archives. Historic Arkansas Museum celebrates Arkansas’s culturaland material heritage with six galleries of art and artifacts. Central High School National Historic Site highlights the battleground in the struggle for civil rights. The Mosaic Templars Cultural Center is dedicated to the story of African American life and business in Arkansas.
Military buffs will find the MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History a great way to start their adventure. The Arsenal Building is one of Little Rock’s oldest surviving structures, built in 1840 to protect Arkansans from Indian attack. The Arkansas National Guard Museum, in North Little Rock , tells the story of the Arkansas Nation Guard from 1804 to today.
The Museum of Discovery keeps the smallest guests to Arkansas busy with hands-on, interactive exhibits.
Fans of Bill Clinton will find a visit to the William J Clinton Presidential Library very satisfying. The old State House where he announced his canadacy for president has wonderful exhibits on Arkansas.
Robinwood Bed and Breakfast is in the heart of all of these. Come and let us help you discover Little Rock.