8 Incredible Things to do in Little Rock, Arkansas

Peruse the ESSE Purse Museum

Only three handbag museums exist worldwide, including Little Rock's ESSE handbag Museum. Everything at ESSE is from a private collection, which is astounding! It is. She created a museum of handbags because she liked them.

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Browse the Clinton Presidential Library

One advantage of having a state-elected president is that, upon leaving office, a presidential library containing presidential mementos will be constructed someplace in the state.

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Search For Street Art in Little Rock

Little Rock's mural and street art scene has grown in recent years. Little Rock is one of the few locations I've seen drain art and vivid paintings on walls and buildings. Yes, drain art. Like storm drains that remove road water after rain.

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Eat Arkansas Grown Food

Arkansas has a Restaurant Hall of Fame to honor good meals. Some inductees are from Little Rock. Awards have gone to Lassis Inn, Franke's Cafeteria, and Burge's Hickory Smoked Turkeys.

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Find Fun at Riverfront Park

Little Rock has capitalized on its Arkansas River position. Visitors may enjoy wetlands and sculptures on riverside pedestrian bridges and open parks.

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Touch the Real Little Rock

Yes, Little Rock has a rock! When writing about his 1722 Arkansas River journey, Bernard de la Harpe mentioned Le Petit Roche or tiny rock and the huge rock on the north bank.

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Stamp Your Locally Labeled Passport

Little Rock created the Locally Labeled Passport to central Arkansas's ales, wine, and spirits before anybody else provided beercations. Five breweries, two wineries, and one distillery are on this boozy route.

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Admire the Designing Women House

Anyone who remembers Designing Women may recall the Sugarbaker sisters' workplace in the opening credits. The comedy was set in Atlanta, but the mansion is in Little Rock.

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