Imagination runs free here, as do the children. There are few rules and no breakables, just exciting activities and exhibits ... More
Childrens Museum Of Arkansas
Imagination runs free here, as do the children. There are few rules and no breakables, just exciting activities and exhibits to set a child's mind into motion. Children four and under can climb and play in the Tree House, or they can learn about the economy in the Farmer's Market. H2O Know teaches kids about bubbles, and BRIK Building lets them create their own kid-sized houses. Admission is $4 per person, $2 for seniors. Children under one are free. First and third Fridays of each month from 5p-9p are free.
Do not attempt to go to this location. It's no longer open. Apparently, they merged with "The Museum of Discovery" several months ago. I wish we would have known before we planned our entire day around it. If someone could please take this location down so that others won't attempt to visit.
The River Market is the most popular locale in Little Rock, both for tourists and locals. With more than 17
merchants housed inside, you can buy fresh breads, pastries, flowers, coffee and international groceries. There are several cafes located ...
See where Bill Clinton got his start in politics in this D.C. replica that has been filmed in several movies
to represent the nation's capitol. Exhibits on Arkansas' history, culture and government are open to visitors and change throughout ...
This pleasant and popular park, located four miles from Cantrell Road, features two playgrounds, two soccer fields, eight pavilions and
plenty of shaded picnic areas. Just south of Murray Lock and Dam, the park is on the banks of ...