RIVER MARKET DISTRICT
The downtown River Market District is Little Rock’s premier entertainment neighborhood, with museums, a park, and a number of restaurants, bars and shops. Ottenheimer Hall is a great place to begin exploring.
Nothing defines a city quite like its food, and Little Rock’s expansive menu of southern cuisine, local restaurants, craft breweries, bars and cafés is what makes us the dining capital of Arkansas.
Little Rock’s attractions offer a wide variety of things to do. History, arts and culture, sustainability, sports, urban outdoor adventure, a presidential library – and everything in between.
JULIUS BRECKLING RIVERFRONT PARK
Arguably, one of the best public parks in the country, Little Rock’s Riverfront Park offers an abundance of outdoor activity. Riverfront Park stretches eleven blocks on the south bank of the Arkansas River in downtown Little Rock. The Park provides 33 acres of urban parkland for outdoor events, leisure activities and a glimpse of the state’s history.
DIRECTIONS AND PARKING
Getting here is easy. Downtown Little Rock is less than 10 minutes from the Bill and Hillary National Airport, and parking options are plentiful.
CONVENTION DISTRICT HOTELS
When it’s time to settle in for the evening, Little Rock offers a cozy collection of accommodations that will appeal to any taste and budget. Find amenities and comfort within walking distance of Robinson Center, where you’ll rest up, recharge and be ready for the next day.
DISCOVER LITTLE ROCK
Whether it’s a day trip to Little Rock or you’re here on a longer getaway, there is a wealth of things to do – and many of them are free – in Arkansas’s capital city. World-class attractions, outdoor activities and unique neighborhoods make Little Rock an outstanding weekend destination. Plan your Little Rock “things to do” list here, then refuel and recharge at our cities’ wide array of restaurants and hotels.