As Arkansas’s capital city, Little Rock is a wonderful blend of charming hospitality, genuine people and new Southern style. Recently ranked #1 in Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine’s “10 Great Places to Live in 2013,”and one of the country’s “Top Ten Downtowns” by Livability.com, it is a city celebrated.
Little Rock is home to dozens of museums including the William J. Clinton Presidential Center, historic Central High School, and Esse Purse Museum; and such cultural attractions as Heifer Village, the Old State House Museum, and Arkansas Arts Center. The River Market district is a hub to clubs, restaurants, shops, festivals and special events.
Embraced by Outside magazine as an Editor’s Choice in their "Best Towns of 2013," Little Rock features the Arkansas River Trail, a 17-mile loop connected by several pedestrian bridges (including North America’s longest pedestrian-intended bridge), five of which are illuminated with beautiful colors and movements.
Earning a spot on Forbes Travel Guide’s “Five Secret Foodie Cities” list, Little Rock features award-winning restaurants, a burgeoning artisanal food scene, micro-breweries and the state’s first legal distillery since Prohibition.
Discover the pleasant surprise of Little Rock, and see why we say, “Life is better with a Southern accent.sm”