Arkansas Aboretum is a 71-acre site exhibiting native flora representing Arkansas’s six, major natural divisions. Located below Pinnacle Mountain along the Little Maumelle River in Pinnacle Mountain State Park, the arboretum includes a .6-mile barrier-free, interpretive trail.
Little RockTEL - 870-862-8131
The Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum is a maritime museum that includes artifacts from the nuclear-powered cruiser USS Arkansas and two floating Naval vessels from World War II: the tugboat Hoga; and the submarine USS Razorback.
Little RockTEL - 501- 371-8320
The Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts (previously the Arkansas Arts Center) is home to a renowned collection of international art, exceptional performing arts experiences. Under renovation-opening in 2023.
Little RockTEL - 501-372-4000
Arkansas State Capital offers in-person self-guided and guided tours as well as a virtual option. Tour the Capitol Rotunda, Governor’s Reception Room, Old Supreme Court Room, Senate/House Galleries and Treasurer’s Office, provided that all rooms are available.
Little RockTEL - 501-682-5080
Historic Arkansas Museum is home to a historic city block including the oldest building in Little Rock, an 1850s Farmstead, galleries of Arkansas Made art and history ranging from indigenous Arkansans to contemporary artists and artisans.
Little RockTEL - 501-324-9351
At the Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site, discover the people and places within the story of Little Rock Central High School and the struggle for integration.
Little RockTEL - 501-374-1957
The Little Rock Zoo is a living natural classroom featuring more than 725 animals representing over 200 species, and covers an area of 33 acres.
Little RockTEL - 501-661-7200
The Museum of Discovery, formerly the Arkansas Museum of Natural History and Antiquities focuses on STEM education, and all of the exhibits are interactive.
Little RockTEL - 501-396-7050
The Old State House Museum is the original state capitol building of Arkansas. The collect and exhibits interprets the history of Arkansas from statehood to the present.
Little RockTEL - 501-324-9685
The Witt Stephens Jr. Central Arkansas Nature Center showcases the region’s fish & wildlife through indoor and outdoor exhibits, video, trails & programs. Follow water as it passes through a continuous series of living habitat exhibits – from a replicated mountain spring into the river’s main channel cypress swamps, delta marshlands and forest.
Little RockTEL - 501-907-0636 ext. 104
The Wonder Place is an indoor play unique creative play facility for 8-&-under kids has climbing, drama & art activities & a toy store.
Little RockTEL - 501-225-4050
The William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum is the presidential library of Bill Clinton, the 42nd president of the United States.
Little RockVIRTUALTEL - 501-374-4242