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There are thousands of things to do and see in Jacksonville, Arkansas. From places of interest to outdoor recreation to sightseeing and tours to arts and culture, you'll find what your looking for in Jacksonville, Arkansas!

Arkansas Arts Center

501 E. 9th St., Little Rock / 501-372-4000

The Arkansas Arts Center is one of the state's leading cultural institutions. Located in historic MacArthur Park, the Arts Center features elegant art galleries that showcase the Center's acclaimed collection.

Arkansas Arts Center Children's Theatre

501 E. 9th St., Little Rock / 501-372-4000

Since 1979, Children's Theatre has been creating exceptional theatre for family audiences.

Arkansas Governor's Mansion

1800 Center St., Little Rock / 501-324-9805

A symbol of our State's rich history, beautiful natural resources, and the spirit of our dedication to serving others for over 50 years, the Arkansas Governor's Mansion has been the focal point of the First Family's public events, including state dinners, cultural events, and other celebrations.

Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum

100 Riverfront Dr., North Little Rock / 501-371-8320

Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum is home to the USS Razorback, the longest-serving submarine in the world. More than just a military museum, it also offers a research library, a theater, and a large museum area.

Arkansas Korean War Veterans Memorial

MacArthur Park, 503 E. Ninth St., Little Rock / 501-376-4602

The Arkansas Korean War Veterans Memorial is a must see in central Arkansas. The Memorial is located in MacArthur Park, next to the MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History.

Arkansas Repertory Theatre

601 Main St., Little Rock / 501-378-0405

The Arkansas Repertory Theatre is the state's largest non-profit professional theatre company and produces a diverse body of theatrical works ranging from contemporary comedies to cutting edge dramas and from musical theatre to the classics of dramatic literature.

Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

3 Verizon Arena Way, North Little Rock / 501-663-4328

The Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame is a museum of recollections and achievements from over four decades of induction ceremonies honoring the athletic greats of Arkansas. Downtown

Arkansas State Capitol

500 Woodlane Avenue, Little Rock / 501-682-5080

Capitalize on Your Visit! No trip to Little Rock is complete without a stop at the Arkansas State Capitol.

Arkansas Studies Institute

401 President Clinton Ave., Little Rock / 501-320-5790

The state's largest free-standing facility dedicated to the study of Arkansas. Midtown

Arkansas Symphony Orchestra

2417 N. Tyler, Little Rock / 501-666-1761
The Arkansas Symphony Orchestra performs more than thirty concerts at Robinson Center Music Hall each year. North Little Rock.

Arkansas Travelers & Dickey-Stephens Park

Dickey-Stephens Park, 400 West Broadway Street, North Little Rock / 501-664-7559

The Arkansas Travelers enjoy one of the longest running histories of any minor league franchise, and with its new home in the state of the art Dickey-Stephens Ballpark, the history continues. River Market Dist.

Art Along the River

Riverfront Park, Little Rock / 501-376-4781
Stroll through Riverfront Park and let your mind and soul become enriched by the many works of art placed along the path to the Clinton Presidential Center. Southwest.

Audubon Nature Center

4500 Springer Blvd., Little Rock

The Audubon Nature Center is acreage surrounding city-owned Fourche Creek wetlands and the unique soils and plants of Granite Mountain in adjacent Gillam Park.

Daisy Bates Home

1207 West 28th, Little Rock / 501-374-1957

Daisy Gatson Bates was an advisor to the Little Rock Nine and Civil Rights Activist, and her home is registered as a National Historic Landmark.

Diamond Bear Brewery

600 N. Broadway, North Little Rock / 501-708-2793

Diamond Bear's styles of beer are produced in the old time honored traditional methods of European brewers, using only two-row malted barley, hops, yeast and great Arkansas water. Downtown.

EMOBA: Ernie's Museum of Black Arkansans

1208 Louisiana, Little Rock / 501-372-0018

Founded in 1993, EMOBA was the state's first black history museum dedicated to preserving the culture and heritage of African-American Arkansans. Downtown.

Esse Purse Museum

1510 S. Main St., Little Rock / 501-916-9022

With a collection of more than 3,000 handbags, the Esse Purse Museum provides a breath-taking overview of the history of 20th-century women as told through their purse and contents. Downtown

H.U. Lee International Gate and Garden

Statehouse Convention Center, #7 Statehouse Plaza, Little Rock / 501-376-4781 The H.U. Lee International Gate and Garden is an oasis of Korean culture, in the heart of downtown Little Rock. River Market Dist.

Heifer International & Heifer Village

1 World Ave., Little Rock / 501-907-8800
Web Address: www.heifer.org Heifer International is a non-profit, humanitarian organization dedicated to ending world hunger and caring for the earth by providing livestock, trees, training and other resources to help struggling families around the globe. River Market Dist.

Historic Arkansas Museum

200 E. Third Street, Little Rock / 501-324-9351

Take time to tour the state's oldest neighborhood, where medicine came from the herb garden and the newspaper was printed on a hand-operated press. Southwest

I-30 Speedway

12297 Interstate 30, Little Rock / 501-455-4567

I-30 Speedway is a high banked, red clay, 1/4 mile oval track located just south of Little Rock. West Little Rock

IMAX 9 Chenal

17825 Chenal Parkway, Little Rock / 501-821-2616

The IMAX 9 state of the art theatre in West Little Rock has a 3D Auditorium, Stadium Seating, and Digital Sound.

La Petite Roche Plaza

Riverfront Park, Little Rock / 501-376-4781

Little Rock's namesake and history is unveiled in this outdoor plaza located within downtown's Riverfront Park. Central Arkansas

Little Rock Air Force Base

1250 Thomas Ave., Little Rock AFB / 501-987-3601

Home to the only C-130 training base for the Department of Defense. Downtown

Little Rock Central High School National Hist...

2120 W. Daisy L. Gatson Bates Drive, Little Rock / 501-396-3000

In 1957 Little Rock Central High School became a crucial battleground in the struggle for civil rights. West Little Rock

Little Rock Farmers' Market

400 President Clinton Ave., Little Rock / 501-375-2552

The Little Rock Farmers' Market has been a unique shopping experience since it opened in Downtown Little Rock in 1974. Airport

Little Rock National Cemetery

2523 Confederate Boulevard, Little Rock / 501-324-6401

Located in the southeast section of Little Rock, early in the Civil War, the land that is currently the national cemetery was located outside city limits and was used for Union encampments. Downtown

Little Rock Visitor Information Center

615 E. Capitol, Little Rock / 501-371-0076

Curran Hall is a beautifully restored historic home featuring gardens with plants and trees true to the 1840's antebellum time period. Midtown

Little Rock Zoo

1 Jonesboro Drive, Little Rock / 501-666-2406

The Little Rock Zoo has long been one of Arkansas's great treasures. Don't miss the zoo's newest addition, Penguin Pointe. Downtown

MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History

503 E. 9th St., Little Rock / 501-376-4602

Located in the historic Arsenal Building, this museum interprets our state's military heritage and honors the contributions of Arkansas servicemen and women who served in military conflicts from the state's territorial period to the present.

Mark Twain Riverboat

100 Riverfront Park Drive, North Little Rock / 501-372-5777

Take a tour of the Arkansas River in style and comfort.

Mosaic Templars Cultural Center

501 West Ninth St., Little Rock / 501-683-3593
Established in 1883 as a fraternal organization, the Mosaic Templars of America provided insurance and other services to black businesses during the era of segregation. Downtown

Mt. Holly Cemetery

1200 Broadway, Little Rock / 501-376-1843

Mount Holly Cemetery was established in 1843 and features Victorian-era statuary ranging from the more common angels and cherubs to a unique pair of two young girls memorializing two sisters who died in childhood. Southwest

Murry's Dinner Playhouse

6323 Colonel Glenn Road, Little Rock / 501-562-3131

Murry's Dinner Playhouse has been serving up food, fun and fabulous entertainment since 1967. River Market Dist.

Museum of Discovery - Donald W. Reynolds Scie...

500 President Clinton Ave., Little Rock / 501-396-7050

Established in 1927 as the Museum of Natural History and Antiquities, the Museum of Discovery is the oldest museum in Little Rock. Today, a complete renovation funded by the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation has transformed it into central Arkansas's premier math, science and technology center. North Little Rock

Old Mill, The

Fairway Ave. and Lakeshore Drive, North Little Rock / 501-791-8537

Historic re-creation of an 1880's water-powered grist mill. It is in the opening scenes of the classic movie "Gone With The Wind." It features sculptures by Senor Dionicio Rodriguez. Downtown

Old State House Museum

300 W. Markham, Little Rock / 501-324-9685

Old State House is the oldest standing State Capitol West of the Mississippi River. Serving as Arkansas's first state capitol until 1911. It now serves as a museum of Arkansas history.

Plantation Agriculture Museum State Park

Plantation Agriculture Museum, Scott / 501-961-1409
Web Address: www.arkansasstateparks.com/plantationagriculturemuseum/ Interprets historic cotton agriculture in Arkansas from statehood in 1836 through World War II, when agricultural practices quickly became mechanized; the museum depicts how cotton was grown, picked and processed. Downtown

Political History Audio Tour

Various Locations, Little Rock

Discover the people and places that helped shape our great state in this fascinating Arkansas Political History walking tour that includes 23 locations throughout historic downtown Little Rock. Downtown

Quapaw Quarter Historic Homes

Various Locations, Little Rock / 501-371-0076

A lot of Little Rock's history - from frontier days to the early years of the 20th century - is encompassed by the Quapaw Quarter, a nine-square mile area which includes Little Rock's central business district and adjacent residential neighborhoods. River Market Dist.

River Lights in the Rock

400 President Clinton Ave., Little Rock

Illuminated by thousands of high-efficiency LED lights, the Main Street, Junction and Clinton Presidential Park bridges add a splash of color to the Little Rock skyline. River Market Dist.

River Rail Electric Street Car Trolley

901 North Maple Street, Little Rock / 501-375-6717

See the sights in downtown Little Rock and North Little Rock with ease aboard a historic replica streetcar trolley. iver Market Dist.

Rock Town Distillery

1216 E. 6th Street, Little Rock / 501-907-5244

Take a tour of Arkansas' first distillery. As a craft distillery, Rock Town Distillery, within the first year and half of opening, has won several international awards. Tours held daily. Central Arkansas

Scott Plantation Settlement

Scott Plantation Settlement, Scott / 501-351-5737

Exhibits and programs interpret the history of cotton agriculture in Arkansas from statehood in 1836 through World War II, when agricultural practices quickly became mechanized. Downtown

Stone's Throw Brewing

402 E. Ninth St., Little Rock / 501-244-9154

Self-described "taproom trailblazers and pitcher pioneers who believe in beer worth drinking" the folks behind Stone's Throw are serious about their brewskis. Downtown

The Bernice Garden

1401 S. Main Street, Little Rock / 501-617-2511

Privately owned by Anita Davis and intended for public use, The Bernice Garden is located at the southeast corner of Daisy Bates Avenue and South Main Street in downtown Little Rock. Downtown

The Empress of Little Rock

2120 Louisiana Street, Little Rock / 501-374-7966

The Empress of Little Rock is described in the National register of Historic Places as the best example of ornate Victorian Architecture in Arkansas and the most important existing example of Gothic Queen Anne style regionally.

USS Razorback Submarine

120 Riverfront Park Drive, North Little Rock / 501-371-8320

Located at the Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum, the USS Razorback, is a Balao-class submarine of the Sandlance variant, built at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Kittery, Maine. Her keel was laid on 09 September, 1943. Downtown

Villa Marre

1321 S. Scott, Little Rock

Snap a Shot with the Sugarbakers! Considered a local Little Rock landmark, the circa 1881. The Second Empire/Italianate home gained fame when as the Sugarbaker design firm on the CBS television series "Designing Women." River Market Dist.

Vogel Schwartz Sculpture Garden

Riverfront Park, Little Rock

This dynamic garden is located east of the Marriott Hotel near the Forever a Rose Garden and the Jack Fleischauer Garden. It is home dozens of sculptures in the park, along with dozens that have been installed in the River Market District since 2004. North Little Rock

Wild River Country

6820 Crystal Hill Rd., North Little Rock / 501-753-8600

Cool off and have a blast during steamy summers at Arkansas's largest water park, which includes slides, a wave pool, inner tube rides, a family raft ride, a roller coaster water ride and a "splash zone" with water tag and bungee rope. West Little Rock

Wildwood Park for the Performing Arts

20919 Denny Rd., Little Rock / 501-821-7275

Situated in a lovely 105-acre woodland garden in West Little Rock's Chenal Valley, the park is dedicated to the performing arts and home to several annual festivals and events. River Market Dist.

William E. "Bill" Clark Presidentia...

1200 President Clinton Avenue, Little Rock / 501-374-4242

The William E. “Bill” Clark Presidential Park Wetlands are made up of 13 acres along the Arkansas River adjacent to the Clinton Library. Southwest

Willow Springs Water Park

3903 Willow Springs Road, Little Rock / 501-888-4148

One of Little Rock's oldest water attractions. River Market Dist.

Witt Stephens Jr. Central Arkansas Nature Cen...

602 President Clinton Avenue, Little Rock / 501-907-0636

Explore nature in the beautiful Witt Stephens Jr. Central Arkansas Nature Center in the River Market District, along the River Trail. Midtown

Wonder Place, The

10301 N. Rodney Parham, Little Rock / 501-225-4050

Imaginative places where your child can create, dream, wonder and explore.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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