The Clinton Presidential Library showcases the history and legacy of America's 42nd President of the United States from 1993 to 2001. The library houses a museum featuring exhibits, special events, and educational programs which regularly attracts visitors from across the united states.
The east end of downtown Little Rock was once a collection of unused warehouses and forgotten businesses. Today this area is brimming with dining and drinking establishments, eclectic shops, and outdoor entertainment venues year-round. Restaurants in the area range from upscale to casual and the market itself offers exciting ethnic food and standard fare. The area is connected to North Little Rock by streetcar, which stops within walking distance of the Jacimore Building.
Dickey–Stephens Park is a baseball park in North Little Rock, Arkansas, United States. The ballpark is primarily used for baseball and serves as the home for the Arkansas Travelers of the Double-A Central. The capacity of the ballpark is 7,200 which includes 5,800 fixed seat capacity and 1,500 on the berms.
The Old Statehouse Museum is housed in what was once Arkansas's first capitol building and is the oldest standing state capitol west of the Mississippi River. The museum now houses artifacts and exhibits from throughout Arkansas's history and lends an air of patriotism and history to events held within its walls and on its grounds.
The Museum of Discovery is Arkansas’s premier science and technology center, and its mission is to ignite and fuel a passion for science, technology, engineering, arts, and math through dynamic, interactive experiences. The Museum of Discovery is the oldest in the state of Arkansas, founded in 1927. We became the Museum of Discovery in 1998 when we moved to our River Market location.
Heifer International is a non-profit organization whose goal is to help end world hunger and poverty through self-reliance and sustainability. Heifer International was born from that simple idea of empowerment, and for 75 years the organization has worked tirelessly to give families a hand up, rather than just a handout.