The largest art museum in Arkansas contains eight art galleries where visitors looking for things to do in Little Rock will be awed by works by Van Gogh and Rembrandt, among others. Many other activities abound: live theatre, Children’s Theatre, art classes, a museum shop, and Best Impressions Restaurant. Dining and entertainment for all tastes can be found in this one location.
“The Rep” is Arkansas’ largest non-profit professional theatre. Visit their restored building downtown and watch one of their six main stage performances or other special presentations.
The orchestra presents several masterworks annually at its downtown Little Rock events site, often featuring contemporary music and international personalities. Its mainstage, outreach, community and school programs take it to more than a quarter million visitors annually.
All forms of nature integrate with all forms of the cultural arts – visual, performing, literary, horitcultural, culinary – at this stunning 104-acre botanical garden. Spend the day walking through the park’s paved walking trails, and be sure to stop for a picnic at the 8-acre swan lake. The park is also the site for a number of year-round performances and annual festivals.
Bringing Mikhail Baryshnikov to Little Rock is only one of the accomplishments of this non-profit organization dedicated to extending the rich tradition of dance in Arkansas. Many Little Rock ballet events occur at the Robinson Center Music Hall.
One of the most fun things to do in Little Rock is to treat yourself to a great buffet dinner and then sit back and enjoy live stage productions. Enjoy Broadway-inspired musicals like The Music Man and family favourites like Always Patsy Cline, The Mousetrap or Not Now, Darling.
The Center includes Clinton’s presidential library and archives that contain interactive displays, a mock oval office, 2 million photographs, 80 million pages of documents, 21 million email messages and 80,000 artifacts. The Clinton Library, which cantilevers over the Arkansas River and covers 28 acres, was built at a cost of $165 million.
This 33,000 acre training facility for the US National Guard also houses the Arkansas National Guard Museum and a 4,000 acre wildlife management area. Rich with military history, visitors can learn about the role of the US National Guard in the Spanish-American War, the Korean War, and both World Wars.
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The Burgundy Hotel is centrally located, in close proximity to the heart of Little Rock and the countless attractions that await. We also make it easy to book your stay with us online, quickly and securely with the best rates guaranteed. And when it’s time to plan your trip, contact our West Little Rock, ARK hotel and let our friendly, knowledgeable staff help you along the way.
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