See where Bill Clinton got his start in politics in this D.C. replica that has been filmed in several movies to represent the ... More
Arkansas State Capitol
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 the year. At Christmas, come see the towering tree that fills the rotunda, as well as the lights decorating the outside of the capitol. Guided tours are available on request during the week, and self-guided and audio-cassette tours on the weekends.
Arkansas' state capital is a worthwhile destination. While the limited parking (12 spaces) is a disappointment, it is within walking distance of downtown. The capital building itself is nice, with beautiful entry doors.
The self guided tour was nice and there is a gift shop within the capital. Several areas of the building were restored to their appearance from past years, which made the place seem a bit more special than an office building.
The rotunda also had a display on all the presidents that was good to see. This has to be one of the top two places (along with the presidential library) to see in Little Rock.
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