Journals Little Rock

History on a Budget

Created by chadk78 on May 30, 2005 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews

The state capital of Arkansas, Little Rock, is not well-known as a tourist destination, but offers some nice surprises. Best of all, most of the attractions are free!

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Roadtrip #1

Created by elporton on August 4, 2007

2 Reviews

Various restaurant reviews.

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Trips to North Little Rock

Created by amjohnson on November 29, 2005

3 Reviews

I often visit North Little Rock for a day of shopping and going out to eat or sometimes even for an overnight trip. There are many places there to shop and eat.

A Visit to the Clinton Presidential Library

Created by kstraveler on March 27, 2005

1 Review

On our way home from Orlando, we visited Bay St Louis and Madisonville, LA, and also stopped at the Clinton Presidential Library in Little Rock, Arkansas. The library was pretty crowded, since we visited on a Sunday, but we still had an enjoyable visit.

Arkansas State Fair - Fairly Good

Created by ducksunset on October 20, 2003

1 Review
5 Stories

The 2003 Arkansas State Fair brought back memories of fairs past with fun, food, and entertainment of many sorts. Although not high-tech, it was fun for young and old alike. Crowds were large--the highest attendance in over 10 years as over 410,000 went through the gates.



Old State House Museum - Arkansas

Created by ducksunset on August 30, 2003

3 Reviews

The Old State House Museum is located in Arkansas’ original state capitol structure in Little Rock. It was built in 1836, the same year Arkansas became a state. Today it houses multi-room displays related to Arkansas history, including 30 gowns of former First Ladies of Arkansas.

Little Rock Central High School Historic Site

Created by ducksunset on August 30, 2003

2 Reviews

Little Rock Central High School was the scene of the famous 1957 confrontation concerning the integration of public schools. In 1997, the Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site was set up in a renovated Mobil gas station across the street from the school.

MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History

Created by ducksunset on August 29, 2003

5 Reviews

The MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History in Little Rock, Arkansas is located in the 1837 Little Rock Arsenal Building in MacArthur Park. General Douglas MacArthur was born in this building on January 26, 1880, but his family moved away when he was only 6 months old.

Arkansas State Capitol - A Grand Building

Created by ducksunset on August 27, 2003

8 Reviews
1 Story

The Arkansas State Capitol is a scaled-down version of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, DC. and it is my understanding that it is the only state capitol in existence based on the national capitol. It is truly a grand and elaborate structure.

The Old Mill - 'Gone With The Wind' Relic

Created by ducksunset on August 26, 2003

2 Reviews

The Old Mill in North Little Rock was used as the opening scene of the 1939 movie Gone With The Wind and is the only remaining structure from the movie.

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