Arkansas Destinations

Arkansas Destinations

Address: 301 Pepper Ave, Little Rock, AR 72202 - MAP
Phone: (501) 603-0113
Web: www.ardestinations.com

Ride around on the little green trolleys, operated by the people at Arkansas Destinations. The company offers a variety of tours to show off the best parts of Little Rock and Arkansas. Some tours we recommend are the Capitol Kaleidescope tour, Historic Homes tour, Clinton Presidential Center and Park tour, African American History tour, and the Gardens Tour of Little Rock. Bet you can't wait to get on that trolley and see the sights!

Arkansas Queen

Arkansas Queen

Address: 100 Riverfront Park Dr, North Little Rock, AR 72114 - MAP
Phone: (501) 372-5777
Web: thearkansasqueen.stationx.tv

Tour the city from the river aboard the Arkansas Queen and see Little Rock in a whole new way. Take in the sights from inside the vessel or sip on your favorite drinks while relaxing on the observation deck, either area of the boat makes an excellent vantage point. What a nice escape from a tour bus.

Arkansas State Capitol

Arkansas State Capitol

Address: 500 Woodlane St #256, Little Rock, AR 72201 - MAP
Phone: (501) 682-1010
Web: www.sos.arkansas.gov

Take a walk through the most impressive building in the state, the Arkansas State Capitol. The building is nearly one hundred years old and features a visitor center to help you get started on your tour of the expanse. You'll see portraits and bronze busts of important state government figures, murals, extravagant features like the 24 karat gold-covered dome, and more. Stop and smell the roses in the gardens surrounding the building, and pay your respects at the many memorials throughout.

Little Rock Tours

Little Rock Tours

Address: 3100 I-30, Little Rock, AR 72206 - MAP
Phone: (501) 868-7287
Web: www.littlerocktours.com

Let the experts at Little Rock Tours show you all there is to see in the city. "The Little Rock and Roll" tour bus will take you around town to see places like the Old State House, the Capitol Building, the Clinton Presidential Center and Park, the historic Quapaw Quarter, and much more. Video footage, news clips, and narration from famous faces are also part of the tour.

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