As one of the world’s only 3 museums, the ESSE Purse Museum & Store is the highlight of Anita Davis’, the owner, dream of discovering the concepts of history, art, and feminine. ESSE came from Latin infinitive for “to be”, this represents what the visitors will get to find inside the museum – that all […]
Attractions in Little Rock, Arkansas
You can find one of the oldest surviving structures of Little Rock and the National Historic Landmark in the historic Arsenal Building. Constructed during 1840 so that the frontier state will be protected from the attack of the Native Americans, this has witnessed fundamental exchanges in between the Confederate and Federal forces during Civil War.
As a non-coastal destination, Arkansas is a surprising location for maritime museums. However, history has come on Arkansas River’s banks in North Little Rock where a decommissioned WWII United States Navy submarine and tugboat are available for events and tours. These vessels are considered amongst the most extraordinary in Arkansas and it offers attendees a
The Old Mill is popular because of the the movie’s, “Gone with the Wind” opening scene in 1939. This 3-acre site, known publicly as the T.R. Pugh Memorial Park and Pugh’s Mill, is commonly recognized as the Old Mill. This mill, with water wheel that was constructed with concrete and treated so that it will
The Burns Park is one of the country’s largest municipals measuring 1,700 acres. The park features a covered bridge; log cabin, camping area; fishing pier that is handicapped-accessible; two 18-hole disc golf courses; 2 18-hole golf courses; 17 soccer fields; softball complex hiking trials; amusement park; 27 tennis courts; 3-acre dog park; equestrian trails and
Try out the longest bicycle and pedestrian bridge of North America that is specifically built for that purpose. The name of this notable structure is Big Dam Bridge because of its huge 4,226-foot span that is built above Murray Lock & Dam. With an elevation of over 90-feet over the Arkansas River, this bridge links
The Historic Arkansas Museum is celebrating the material and cultural heritage of Arkansas with its 6 galleries of artifacts and arts of Arkansas, Orientation Theater, interactive gallery of children, and a museum store with products of Arkansas and more. The 4 original Little Rock dwellings on the grounds of the museum provide a professional
With a Neo-classical design, the Arkansas State Capitol was constructed about a century ago to serve as US capitol’s replica. Thus, this building was used as a stand in in plenty of movies. The capitol highlights granite from Arkansas, 3 chandeliers, and 6 bronze doors that were all crafted by the Tiffany’s of New York.
The Old State House Museum is Arkansas’ original state capitol building and it is the oldest standing capitol in west of Mississippi River. When this building’s construction started in 1833, the building has witnessed a lot of significant events in the history of Arkansas. Today, the events and exhibits of the museum are open for
On the west side of Little Rock, the Pinnacle Mountain serves as this diverse state park’s centerpiece. The park is offering a wide range of outdoor activities and adventures on the Arkansas Arboretum, Big and Little Maumelle Rivers, trails that are over 15-miles, and its 7-mile mountain bike trails. You can hike your way