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Village Villas Vacation Rentals - Little Rock Two, three, and four bedroom fully furnished houses and condos. Lake and golf units available. Located in Hot Springs Village a resort community with 6 lakes, 6 golf courses, marinas, tennis, fishing and hiking. Located 15 miles north of Hot Springs Arkansas.Check out the website
Phone: N/A Price Range: $76 - $150 Size: 50 - 200 Units Open Season: N/A
Kids Allowed: Yes Pets Allowed: No Restaurant Onsite: Yes Conference Facility: Yes
Nearest Popular City: Little Rock Nearest Lake/River: N/A Languages: English Lodging Types: Golf Resorts Activities: Freshwater Fishing, Golfing, Horseback Riding
Empress of Little Rock - Little Rock The Empress of Little Rock is a small luxury hotel and historic Victorian bed & breakfast in Little Rock, Arkansas. Its structure has been 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.Check out the website
Phone: Tel: 501-374-7966 Price Range: $151 - $250 Size: 1 - 5 Units Open Season: N/A
Kids Allowed: No Pets Allowed: No Restaurant Onsite: Yes Conference Facility: No
Nearest Popular City: Little Rock Nearest Lake/River: N/A Languages: English Lodging Types: Bed and Breakfasts Activities: Sightseeing
Rosemont Bed & Breakfast - Little Rock Gracious & Affordable Accommodations await Leisure Guests and Business Travelers at Rosemont. Built in 1880 as a gentleman farmer's intown estate, the Inn is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and has been completely restored and updated to provide both historical ambiance and today's comfort & conveniences. When you enter Rosemont you are welcomed by the simple, yet elegant, beauty of this fine old house. The Inn's decor is sophisticated and comfortable suiting today's non-fussy taste. Rosemont is Little Rock's Lodging Alternative and is located in the Governor's Mansion Historic District.Check out the website
Phone: (501) 374-7456 Price Range: $76 - $150 Size: 1 - 5 Units Open Season: N/A
Kids Allowed: No Pets Allowed: No Restaurant Onsite: No Conference Facility: No
Nearest Popular City: Little Rock Nearest Lake/River: N/A Languages: N/A Lodging Types: Bed and Breakfasts Activities: Antiquing, Sightseeing
Little Rock is the capital and the largest city of the U.S. state of Arkansas. The Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) had a population of 685, 488 people, according to 2009 census estimates. The MSA is in turn included in the Little Rock–North Little Rock–Pine Bluff, Arkansas Combined Statistical Area, which had a population of 862, 488 in the 2009 census estimates. As of 2009, according to the US census, Little Rock had a population of 191, 930. It is the county seat of Pulaski County.
Located near the geographic center of Arkansas, Little Rock derives its name from a small rock formation on the south bank of the Arkansas River called la Petite Roche (French: "the little rock"). The "little rock" was used by early river traffic as a landmark and became a well-known river crossing.
* The Arkansas Arts Center, the state's largest cultural institution, is a museum of art and an active center for the visual and performing arts
* The William J. Clinton Presidential Center includes the Clinton presidential library and the offices of the Clinton Foundation and the Clinton School of Public Service. The Library facility, designed by architect James Polshek, cantilevers over the Arkansas River, echoing Clinton's famous campaign promise of "building a bridge to the 21st century. The archives and library contains 2 million photographs, 80 million pages of documents, 21 million e-mail messages, and nearly 80, 000 artifacts from the Clinton presidency. The museum within the library showcases artifacts from Clinton's term and includes a full-scale replica of the Clinton-era Oval Office.Opened on November 18, 2004, the Clinton Presidential Center cost $165 million to construct and covers 150, 000 square feet (14, 000 m²) within a 28 acre (113, 000 m²) park.
* The MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History opened in 2001, the last remaining structure of the original Little Rock Arsenal and one of the oldest buildings in central Arkansas, it was also the birthplace of General Douglas MacArthur who would go on to be the supreme commander of US forces in the South Pacific during World War II.
* The Arkansas Museum of Discovery features hands-on exhibits in the fields of science, history and technology.
* The Old State House Museum is a former state capitol building now home to a history museum focusing on Arkansas' recent history.
* The Historic Arkansas Museum is a regional history museum focusing primarily on the frontier time period.
* Aerospace Education Center – IMAX Theater & EpiSphere Digital Dome Theater. The IMAX Theatre features a variety of science related items. Aviation exhibits on display are an original Sopwith Camel and a replica of the Wright Flyer.
* Arkansas Arboretum – Located at Pinnacle Mountain, it has an interpretive trail with flora and tree plantings.
* Arkansas Arts Center – The state's largest art museum, notable for its drawings, collections and children's theater productions. It features works by Van Gogh and Rembrandt among others. The museum has eight art galleries, a museum school, gift shop and restaurant.
* Arkansas Repertory Theatre – The state's largest professional, not-for-profit theatre company, currently in its 34th season. "The Rep" produces works that range from contemporary comedies and dramas to world premiers and the classics of dramatic literature.
* Arkansas Symphony Orchestra – In its 41st season, the orchestra performs over 30 concerts a year and many special events.
* Ballet Arkansas – The state's only professional ballet company.
* Heifer International – Headquarters of the global hunger and poverty relief organization, located adjacent to the Clinton Presidential Center
* Quapaw Quarter – Turn of the century Little Rock includes three National Register historic districts with over a hundred buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. Tours are available showing the many Victorian and Antebellum homes.
* Robinson Center Music Hall – The main performance center of the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra.
* Villa Marre – An 1881 home of Italianate and Second Empire styles refurbished in the 1960s and shown in the opening scenes of the television show "Designing Women."
* Wildwood Park for the Arts – The largest park dedicated to the performing arts in the South. It features year-round performances of opera, cabaret, and jazz, as well as seasonal festivals and cultural events.
* Clinton Presidential Library
* Arkansas State Capitol – a neo-classical structure with many restored interior spaces, constructed from 1899-1915.
* River Market District – Little Rock's most prominent entertainment district.
* Little Rock Marathon
* Little Rock Central High School
* Little Rock Zoo – Arkansas' only zoo with over 725 animals and over 200 species.
* Riverfront Park – a park located in downtown, hosts the annual Riverfest music festival, and is home to the La Petite Roche (the little rock).
* Willow Springs Water Park – one the first water theme parks in the U.S. built in 1928.
* Pinnacle Mountain State Park
* Arkansas River Trail
* American Taekwondo Association World Headquarters. The American Taekwondo Association [ATA] is based in Little Rock where it hosts the World Taekwondo Championships each summer. The ATA World Headquarters is also headquarters for all of the Songahm Taekwondo organizations including the American Taekwondo Association, the Songahm Taekwondo Federation and the World Traditional Taekwondo Union. These combined organizations have millions of members in the USA and worldwide.
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