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Little Rock, AR Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 71
Total Sleeping Rooms 7,132
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 418
Committable Meeting Rooms* 20
Convention Center Space 220,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 82,892 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 18,362 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $87
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $61
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $345
*Maximum for a single hotel

Little Rock, AR Things to Do and Attractions

Arkansas Art Center

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A vibrant display of the visual arts is on view at the Arkansas Arts Center, considered by many to be the cultural beacon of Little Rock. Spanning the Renaissance period to the present, the impressive permanent collection features a smattering of

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Heifer International/Heifer Village

The incredible transformation of a former abandoned railroad yard into one of the most eco-friendly buildings in the country makes the Heifer International Center Green Building a must-see attraction. The impressive headquarters in Little Rock

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Rock Region METRO Streetcar

One of the nation's few remaining heritage streetcar systems, the METRO Streetcar is a fantastic way to navigate downtown and hop off to visit some of Little Rock's most popular destinations. Three historic replica streetcars cover 3.4 miles,

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Robinson Performance Hall

Catch everything from a traveling Broadway show to an Arkansas Symphony Orchestra performance at the historic Robinson Performance Hall, located at the corner of Broadway and Markham. One of Little Rock's National Historic Landmarks, it is easily

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Historic Arkansas Museum

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Situated in downtown Little Rock, this fascinating collection of five pre-Civil War buildings provides a glimpse into the state's glorious past. As part of the Living History program, guides dressed in period costume recount stories of yesteryear

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Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site

When nine African-American teenagers stood up for their civil rights on September 23, 1957, their courageous protest made waves around the world. Today, Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site stands as a vivid reminder of this fateful

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Riverfront Park and Vogel Schwartz Sculpture Garden

Little Rock's downtown Riverfront Park stretches 11 blocks along the south bank of the Arkansas River, spanning 33 acres of urban parkland with a host of outdoor activities and attractions. Highlights include the Peabody Splash Park, 13 acres of

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MacArthur Park and MacArthur Museum of Military History

Little Rock's first city park, MacArthur Park is home to three museums, including the MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History, Arkansas Art Center, and Firehouse Hostel and Museum, as well as an outdoor pavilion, fishing pond, playground,

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Little Rock Zoo

Opening its doors in 1926 with an abandoned timber wolf and a circus-trained bear, the Little Rock Zoo in War Memorial Park grew to become one of the most visited attractions in Arkansas. It now serves as home to nearly 700 animals representing more

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Museum of Discovery

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Situated on President Clinton Avenue, the Museum of Discovery fulfills its mission of "igniting a passion for science, technology and math in a dynamic, interactive environment." Among its ever-changing exhibitions, guests find a wide range of

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Historic Quapaw Quarter

Beloved for its beautifully restored antebellum and Victorian homes, the Quapaw Quarter features the oldest and most historic business and residential neighborhoods in Little Rock, spanning 9 square miles in the city's central business district. Most

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Mosaic Templars Cultural Center

Dedicated to telling the story of the African American experience in Arkansas, the state-of-the-art Mosaic Templars Cultural Center features more than 8,000 square feet of interactive exhibit and education space, as well as a 400-seat auditorium.

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Old State House Museum

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Set in the oldest surviving state capitol building west of the Mississippi River, the museum offers an in-depth account of Arkansas history. Civil War battle flags, state police memorabilia, and the gowns of Arkansas' first ladies are among the array

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River Market District

Cuisine, culture, and community converge at the River Market District, a dynamic entertainment district located in the heart of downtown Little Rock. The area teems with activity thanks to its many shops, restaurants, bars, and attractions. The

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Arkansas State Capitol

Built as a replica of the U.S. Capitol, the neo-classical Arkansas State Capitol features Arkansas granite, six bronze doors, and three chandeliers crafted by Tiffany's of New York, as well as 24-karat gold-plated cupola in the dome. The capitol is

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War Memorial Park

Located in the heart of midtown, War Memorial Park features the War Memorial Golf Course and War Memorial Stadium, as well as a playground, splash pad, walking trail, pavilion, and fishing pond. Play a round at the 90-acre, 18-hole urban executive

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William J. Clinton Presidential Center

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Honoring famous hometown hero and the 42nd president of the United States is the phenomenal William J. Clinton Presidential Center. Visitors can relive American history at interactive exhibits, special events, and replicas of the Oval Office and the

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Arkansas River Trail

A must-do for cyclists, hikers, and outdoor enthusiasts, the Arkansas River Trail runs for more than 15 miles along the north and south banks of the Arkansas River. Anchored by the downtown Clinton Presidential Park Bridge and the Big Dam Bridge to

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Pinnacle Mountain State Park

Reach new heights at Pinnacle Mountain State Park, a day-use park that's home to Pinnacle Mountain, a central Arkansas landmark, as well as unbelievable scenery, 40 miles of hiking trails, 7 miles of mountain bike trails, plenty of picnic spots, and

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Brave New Restaurant

Owners Pete and Marie Brave have attracted quite the loyal following to Brave New Restaurant thanks to their mission of "making every meal a celebration of food." Overlooking the Arkansas River, this popular establishment boasts a casual and inviting

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Trio's

Situated in Pavilion in the Park in downtown Little Rock, the award-winning Trio's eclectic menu features the delectable flavors of the Mediterranean, South America, Asia, and North America. Since first opening in 1986, Trio's has not strayed from

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Big Dam Bridge

Little Rock's iconic Big Dam Bridge is the longest pedestrian and bicycle bridge in North America. Built for that use, it spans 4,226 feet atop Murray Lock and Dam, elevated up to 90 feet above the Arkansas River. Not only is it home to spectacular

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Rock Town Distillery

Sip your way through history at Arkansas' first legal distillery since Prohibition, an artisan craft distillery that produces its spirits from corn, wheat, and rye grown within 125 miles of its location. Rock Town Distillery tour explores the process

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Bark Bar

Two- and four-legged friends are welcome at Bark Bar, Arkansas' first indoor/outdoor, off-leash dog play area and bar. This SoMa/Quapaw Quarter spot serves coffee, local brews, inventive cocktails, and savory fare (including gourmet hot dogs) in a

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SoMa District

South Main (SoMa) is a neighborhood in downtown Little Rock that's walkable, family-friendly, and home to a hip vibe, great restaurants, shops, a weekly farmers market, festivals, and The Bernice Garden, a sculpture garden featuring the work of local

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ESSE Purse Museum

The only dedicated purse museum in the United States and one of only three in the world, SoMa's ESSE Purse Museum takes a close look at fashion history and the evolution of the 20th- century American woman through her handbags and the items she

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Lost Forty Brewing

Situated within minutes of the River Market District, Lost Forty Brewing crafts unique beers inspired by the historic forest that stands on 40 acres of Arkansas' last virgin soil in Calhoun County. Lost Forty's fare pairs perfectly with its brews,

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Rebel Kettle Brewing

A craft brewery focused on specialty and small-batch artisan beers, Rebel Kettle is located in Little Rock's East Village District, a thriving art and brewing district near downtown entertainment and the Clinton Presidential Center. Housed in a

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Diamond Bear Brewing Co.

The recipient of numerous national and international awards, including gold medals at the Great American Beer Festival and World Beer Cup, Diamond Bear Brewing Co. honors the heritage of Arkansas with its beer. The drinks are served in the Arkansas

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Flyway Brewing Company

Inspired by native Arkansas flavors, Flyway Brewing Company in the Argenta Arts District of North Little Rock is a 10-barrel microbrewery with a family-friendly tasting room and food menu. Its year-round brews include Bluewing Berry Wheat, Honeybird

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Core Brewing Co.

Core Brewing Co. has been crafting Arkansas beer since 2010 and has expanded time and time again throughout the years. Year-round beers include the Toasted Coconut brown ale, E-Stop pale ale, and Albatross New England-style IPA. Core Brewing Co.

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Stone's Throw Brewing

Stone's Throw Brewing, created by four friends who met in the local home brew club, features a historic storefront taproom that's minutes from MacArthur Park and the River Market District. Stone's Throw serves 14 beers and ciders (with year-round

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Murry's Dinner Playhouse

Since 1967, Murry's Dinner Playhouse has combined a fantastic buffet dinner with professional theater ranging from Broadway musicals to comedies. Guests enjoy show-themed menus with such selections as vegetable lasagna and slow-roasted roast beef

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