Statehouse Convention Center

Little Rock, AR Convention Center
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Total Meeting Space> 10,000 sq. m
Guest Rooms
1 Statehouse Plaza
Little Rock, AR 72203


Room Features and Guest Services

  • Internet Access


  • Onsite Catering
  • Onsite Restaurant


  • AV Capabilities
  • Video Conference


  • Dance Floor
  • Loading Dock
  • Piano
  • Staging Area

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space> 10,000 sq. m
Meeting Rooms18
Largest Room7,701 sq. m
Second Largest Room5,748 sq. m


Local Attractions

Celebrity Attractions

3 blocks away
Dedicated to bringing Broadway & More to Little Rock, Celebrity Attractions presents the best of national touring Broadway as well as other major theatrical, musical and family entertainment. Performances are held at the Robinson Center Music Hall. Experience the magic of live theatre with Celebrity Attractions and see why it’s the hottest entertainment ticket in town.
426 West Markham St., inside Robinson Ce
Little Rock, AR, US 72201

Arkansas State Capitol

Historical Landmark
1 mi. away
Designed in the Neo-classical style, the Arkansas State Capitol building was built over a century ago as a replica of the US Capitol and has been used in many movies as a stand in. The Arkansas State Capitol building features Arkansas granite and six bronze doors and three chandeliers crafted by Tiffany's of New York. The dome has a 24-karat gold plated cupola. "Testaments", the Civil Rights Memorial sculpture of the Little Rock Nine, African American students that courageously integrated Little Rock Central High School in 1957. Situated on the north side of the Arkansas State Capitol building, it faces the Governor's office window. It was the first Civil Rights Memorial located on any State Capitol grounds in the south. The Vietnam Veterans' Memorial is also located on the Capitol grounds. Located on the southeast corner of the capitol grounds, a lasting tribute to the over 60,000 Arkansans who served; and over 600 sons of this state who lost their lives; and the 22 men still listed as missing in action as a result of the war.
500 Woodlane Ave
Little Rock, AR, US 72201

Rock Town Distillery

1 mi. away
Take a tour of Arkansas' first legal distillery. During the tour, we'll take you through the whole process of making spirits, from grain to glass. From the grain that we get from Arkansas farmers to filling the bottles. Located just outside the boundaries of the River Market Entertainment District, Rock Town Distillery produces Brandon's Vodka, Brandon's Gin, Arkansas Lightning, Arkansas Young Bourbon Whiskey and Arkansas Hickory Smoked Whiskey. Learn the origins of bourbon, what makes vodka - vodka, and what is in gin anyway? These questions and many more are answered in the tour. The tour takes about 45 minutes to one hour, and you'll get to taste all of Rock Town's spirits at the end of the tour. Ask questions, learn about spirits and have fun while touring at Arkansas' first legal distillery since prohibition. Tours held 7 days a week and reservations are not required. Tour includes a tasting of award winning spirits for those over 21, and showcases the whole process of making spirits from Arkansas grain to glass. Tour times: Monday through Friday at 2pm and 4pm. Saturday 1:30, 3:00 and 4:30pm Sunday 1:30 and 3pm.
1216 East Sixth St.,
Little Rock, AR, US 72202

Little Rock Central High

3 mi. away
The nation watched the Little Rock Nine story unfold as nine black students attempted to enter the previously all-white school. With the help of television news, then in its infancy, the events commanded worldwide attention. Little Rock came to symbolize the federal government's commitment to eliminating separate systems of education for blacks and whites. The new National Historic Site Visitor Center opened in September 2007 to mark the 50th anniversary of the school's desegregation and is one of the most-visited Little Rock landmarks. It offers Little Rock Nine information through interactive exhibits commemorating the events and telling the Little Rock Nine story. When Little Rock Central High School was built in 1927, the American Institute of Architects named Central High School, "The Most Beautiful High School in America. The high school is still operating today and is the only functioning high school to be located within the boundary of a national historic site. Visit the Central High School Visitor Center to learn more Little Rock Nine information and history.
2120 Daisy L. Gatson Bates Dr.
Little Rock, AR, US 72202

Mosaic Templars Cultural Center

1 mi. away
By 1900, Mosaic Templars industries grew to include an insurance company, a building and loan association, a publishing company, a business college, a nursing school and a hospital. The original headquarters building was destroyed in a fire in March 2005. Rebuilt to preserve the history, on September 20th, 2008, the Mosaic Templars Cultural Center and Museum opened to the public as a state-of-the-art facility with more than 8,000 square feet of interactive exhibit and education space.
501 West Ninth St
Little Rock, AR, US 72201

Old State House Museum

2 blocks away
The historic Arkansas Old State House opened in 1836, serving as Arkansas's first state capitol building until 1911. This Greek Revival-style structure is nationally recognized as the backdrop for President Bill Clinton's 1992 and 1996 election-night celebrations. Now known as the Old State House Museum, the building houses an Arkansas history museum and the National Historic Landmark is the oldest standing state capitol building west of the Mississippi River. Permanent exhibits include: Pillars of Power, exploring the history of the Old State House; Arkansas's First Families, featuring 30 Arkansas First Ladies' gowns; Grandmother's Cottage, and a hands-on children's exhibit; the Arkansas Wilderness gallery and the 1836 and 1885 House of Representatives chambers. Visit the Arkansas Old State House in downtown Little Rock!
300 W. Markham Street
Little Rock, AR, US 72202

Arkansas River Trail

Anchored by the Clinton Presidential Park Bridge in downtown and the Big Dam Bridge further west, the River Trail offers over 17 miles of river view, which runs along both the north and south banks of the Arkansas River. There are four pedestrian and bicycle bridges connected to the River Trail, making Little Rock the only city in the country with four pedestrian bridges that stretch over a navigable body of water. The trail is a must-see for visiting cyclists, hikers and outdoor enthusiasts. In addition, the Central Arkansas Trails System is over 36 miles and connects 23 parks and 24 additional trails and attractions.
6900 Two Rivers Rd.
Little Rock, AR, US 72201

Museum of Discovery

5 blocks away
With nearly 90 brand new, state-of-the-art, interactive science and technology exhibits, the museum is a leading informal science education resource for all ages. The renovated space includes almost 6,000 additional square feet, primarily in the elegant front entrance and reception area, giving the new space a contemporary look and feel. Additionally, a new theater, conference room and multi-purpose classrooms provide teaching spaces and rental opportunities. Also new to the museum is its tinkering studio, the first of its kind in Arkansas. Inside the 450 square-foot workshop, visitors get the chance to create, invent and discover. The museum’s new Explore Store houses a wide variety of inventive items that are both educational and fun. They serve as a way to continue one’s museum experience, and to
500 President Clinton Avenue
Little Rock, AR, US 72202

Distance from Airport

  • 4.99 km from Venue


  • Complimentary Parking
  • Paid Parking
  • Street Parking


Located in the heart of the Capital City, The Statehouse Convention Center is one of the largest convention centers in the state. Logistically connected to the Marriott Little Rock, the center hosts a wide variety of meetings, trade-shows, concerts and conventions. The Statehouse Convention Center is two blocks from the historic River Market District, which has many distinctive shops and restaurants including nighttime dining and entertainment hot spots. With over 500 restaurants and 59 hotels to choose from, Little Rock is a visitor's dream and the centrally located facility is just minutes away from everything! No destination city is complete without a multi-functional "crown-jewel" like the Statehouse Convention Center. It should be marked as a "must see" when in Little Rock.


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