Life in Little Rock
Little Rock, Arkansas, is the state's center for culture, economics, education, entertainment, government, medicine, and transportation.
Below are some of the diverse cultural and entertainment attractions in Little Rock:
- Arkansas Repertory Theatre
- Arkansas Capitol
- Black Hall of Fame
- Museum of Discovery
- Old State House Museum
- Riverfront Park
- UALR Planetarium
- Arkansas Arts Center
- Old Mill
- Historic Arkansas Museum
- Central High Museum and Visitor Center
- Little Rock Zoo
- Arkansas Symphony Orchestra
- Pinnacle Mountain State Park
- River Market District
- Wildwood Park for the Performing Arts
Some of Little Rock's annual special events are:
- Arkansas River Blues Festival
- Boo at the Zoo
- Greek Food Festival
- Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Celebration
- Pops on the River
Whatever your interests, Little Rock has something for you.
If you are interested in continuing your education, opportunities to receive a graduate and postgraduate degree are available in the central Arkansas area.
The Little Rock business community is very supportive of the Little Rock School District and participates in a number of programs that benefit students and teachers.
Citizens and parents in the Little Rock School District lend their support as well. In fact, volunteer time totals more than 500,000 hours annually.