About Little Rock
Little Rock, the capital city and geographical center of Arkansas, is the hub of business, arts, government and health care in the state.
The metropolitan area of 500,000 people boasts historic landmarks, an energetic downtown entertainment district, restaurants, nightspots and specialty shopping, making Little Rock an ideal destination for family getaways and business meetings.
Outdoor enthusiasts will love Little Rock's public parks, zoo, numerous hiking, fishing, ballfields, picnic areas, and biking and walking trails, including the Big Dam Bridge, the world's longest pedestrian bridge.
Visit numerous museums spanning everything from presidential, Arkansas, and black history, to science and the role of the military in Arkansas. The nationally-acclaimed Arkansas Arts Center houses one of the most renowned collections of works on paper in the U.S. The city's vibrant arts community includes the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra, the Arkansas Repertory Theatre, Ballet Arkansas and many other performing arts venues.
For more information, visit the Little Rock Convention and Visitors Bureau Web site at www.littlerock.com or the Downtown Little Rock Partnership at www.downtownlr.com. You will quickly discover why Little Rock is a must-see vacation and business destination!