Featured Things to Do
Central Arkansas

Scott Plantation Settlement

Scott Plantation Settlement, Scott / 501-351-5737
Web Address: www.scottconnections.org/
Exhibits and programs interpret the history of cotton agriculture in Arkansas from statehood in 1836 through World War II, when agricultural practices quickly became mechanized.
Downtown

Stone's Throw Brewing

402 E. Ninth St., Little Rock / 501-244-9154
Web Address: stonesthrowbeer.com
Self-described "taproom trailblazers and pitcher pioneers who believe in beer worth drinking" the folks behind Stone's Throw are serious about their brewskis.
Downtown

The Empress of Little Rock

2120 Louisiana St., Little Rock / 501-374-7966
Web Address: www.theempress.com
The Empress of Little Rock is an award-winning bed and breakfast in the Quapaw Quarter historic district of downtown Little Rock.
West Little Rock

Two Rivers Park

County Farm Road, Little Rock / 501-371-4770
The 1000-acre park, located in West Little Rock, has many amenities including bike trails, walking trails, gardens, and abundance of wildlife, as well as the new pedestrian bridge that connects to the Arkansas River Trail.
North Little Rock

USS Razorback Submarine

120 Riverfront Park Dr., North Little Rock / 501-371-8320
Web Address: aimmuseum.org/uss-razorback/
Located at the Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum, the USS Razorback, is a Balao-class submarine of the Sandlance variant, built at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Kittery, Maine. Her keel was laid on 09 September, 1943.
Downtown

Villa Marre

1321 S. Scott, Little Rock
Snap a Shot with the Sugarbakers! Considered a local Little Rock landmark, the circa 1881. The Second Empire/Italianate home gained fame when as the Sugarbaker design firm on the CBS television series "Designing Women."
River Market Dist.

Vogel Schwartz Sculpture Garden

Riverfront Park, Little Rock
Web Address: www.sculptureattherivermarket.com
This dynamic sculpture garden is located north of the Little Rock Marriott Hotel and east toward the River Market. Here you will find a collection of over 70 public art sculptures placed in beautiful surroundings along the bank of the Arkansas River.
North Little Rock

Wild River Country

6820 Crystal Hill Rd., North Little Rock / 501-753-8600
Web Address: www.wildrivercountry.com
Cool off and have a blast during steamy summers at Arkansas's largest water park, which includes slides, a wave pool, inner tube rides, a family raft ride, a roller coaster water ride and a "splash zone" with water tag and bungee rope.
West Little Rock

Wildwood Park for the Performing Arts

20919 Denny Rd., Little Rock / 501-821-7275
Web Address: www.wildwoodpark.org
Situated in a lovely 105-acre woodland garden in West Little Rock's Chenal Valley, the park is dedicated to the performing arts and home to several annual festivals and events.
River Market Dist.

William E. "Bill" Clark Presidentia...

1200 President Clinton Avenue, Little Rock / 501-374-4242
Web Address: www.clintonpresidentialcenter.org
The William E. “Bill” Clark Presidential Park Wetlands are made up of 13 acres along the Arkansas River adjacent to the Clinton Library.
River Market Dist.

Witt Stephens Jr. Central Arkansas Nature Cen...

602 President Clinton Avenue, Little Rock / 501-907-0636
Web Address: www.centralarkansasnaturecenter.com
Explore nature in the beautiful Witt Stephens Jr. Central Arkansas Nature Center in the River Market District, along the River Trail.
Midtown

Wonder Place, The

10301 N. Rodney Parham, Little Rock / 501-225-4050
Web Address: www.thewonderplace.com
Imaginative places where your child can create, dream, wonder and explore.
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