- TripBuzz found 62 things to do with kids in or near Little Rock, Arkansas, including 36 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like North Little Rock, Jacksonville, Cabot and Benton.
- From Little Rock Zoo to Wild River Country, the Little Rock area offers 53 different types of family activities, including: Historic Sites, Movie Theaters, History Museums and National & State Parks.
- The largest city in Arkansas, Little Rock is the capital of the state and a popular tourist destination for history buffs. Along with historical sites such as the William J. Clinton Presidential Library and the Historic Arkansas Museum, visitors to Little Rock can enjoy an array of arts, culture, sports and other entertainment. This includes community theater, fine arts, a symphony orchestra and minor-league baseball.
Arkansas's largest four person raft ride, a Vertigo tunnel waterslide, a 500-foot water pipeline ride, family raft rides, lazy river, a wave pool, a tad pool, and a swimming pool are all found at Wild River Country. In addition, visitors can play volleyball.
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Downtown Little Rock River Market, Little Rock, AR 72201 MoreLess Info
Get outside and enjoy the scenery while you traverse the expansive, 88-mile Arkansas River Trail. This trail connects 38 parks, 6 museums, and thousands of acres of parkland for bikers, hikers, and others who want to enjoy the Natural State.
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501 West Ninth Street, Little Rock, AR 72201 MoreLess Info
Explore the legacy of Arkansas's rich African American culture and history at Mosaic Templars Cultural Center. Founded in 2001, with the mission to collect, preserve, and celebrate the African American experience from 1870 to the present.
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River Market District, Little Rock, AR MoreLess Info
Opened in 2004, the William J. Clinton Presidential Library has an astounding number of official documents, photographs and videotapes, which document the life and career of President Clinton. The permanent collection depicts exactly the period spent in the Oval Office.
The Historic Arkansas Museum is the largest history museum in Arkansas. Visitors can learn more about the history of the Bowie Knife Company, learn about products made over time in Arkansas in the Horace C. Cabe Gallery, and children can explore history in the Sturgis Children's Gallery.
Maumelle Park is a campground that sits along the edge of the Arkansas River and promotes activities such as fishing, boating, and birding. The area has a trail that can be used for walking, mountain biking, and running.