Argenta Arts District

Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum

The Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum (AIMM) features guided tours of the historic USS Razorback, the longest-serving submarine in the world. More than just a military museum, we have a research library, theater, and large exhibits.?seasonal hours, please call for information

Arkansas River Trail

The Arkansas River Trail, a paved pedestrian and bicycle trail, begins at the downtown Junction Bridge along the Arkansas River through Emerald and Burns Park to Cook’s Landing where it meets the “Big Dam Bridge.” At this point, the trail crosses the Arkansas River over the Murray Lock and Dam, where it connects with the Little Rock portion of the river trail to complete a 17-mile loop back to the downtown Junction Bridge.

Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

Dickey-Stephens Park

With fixed seat capacity of 5,800 people, Dickey-Stephens Park is the finest place for a ballgame and an outing for the whole family.

Junction Bridge

The Junction Bridge spans the Arkansas River between the Verizon Arena in Argenta and the Amphitheater at the River Market District in Little Rock. It is the only pedestrian bridge in the United States to include a lift span. The lift span is permanently in a raised position to allow for boat traffic on the Arkansas River. To access the lift span area pedestrians may climb the access stairs or ride on the glass elevators located on either end. (501) 975-9003

North River Landing

This modern, 60-foot wide boat launching ramp is two blocks from Verizon Arena beneath the Interstate 30 bridge. Call for reservation information.

North Shore Riverwalk

The North Shore Riverwalk features a picturesque promenade of the Arkansas River and the Trail of Tears Exhibit. The exhibit recognizes North Little Rock’s geographic importance as a significant station along the Tail of Tears. An estimated 30,000 to 40,000 Native Americans passed through the area that is now North Little Rock during tis forced relocation by the federal government. (501) 758-1424

Trail of Tears Exhibit

Located on the North Shore Riverwalk, the exhibit recognizes North Little Rocks geographic importance as a significant station along the Trail of Tears way west to Oklahoma during the relocation of Native American Tribes.  An estimated 30,000 to 40,000 Native Americans passed through the area that is now North Little Rock during this forced relocation by the federal government. (501) 758-1424

River Rail Street Cars

Trolley Barn

Verizon Arena

Situated in North Little Rock, the Arena first opened in October of 1999, as Alltel Arena and immediately became the focal point for sports and entertainment in Central Arkansas. It features a seating capacity of 18,000 and meeting and conference space of 28,000 square feet.


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