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Little Rock, Arkansas

urban • southeast, USA

The Arkansas State Capitol building, built as a replica of the U.S. Capitol Building, was filmed as a stand-in for the movie, “Under Siege.”
About Little Rock

Little Rock, the state capital of Arkansas, is the largest city in Arkansas and offers a wide variety of activities, including sports, museums and culture, nightlife, and dining. Arkansas is known as The Natural State and Little Rock is situated in the geographic center of its beauty and natural wonder. Pinnacle Mountain State Park offers stunning views and hikes for those seeking a little adventure, while the River Market area offers a variety of things to do, from dining, shopping, and listening to live music, to visiting the William J. Clinton Presidential Library or playing in Riverfront Park. Visitors can also shop more than 10,000 square feet of unique shops in the River Market. Top attractions in Little Rock include the Arkansas State Capitol building, Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site, and Heifer Village. While downtown, you can attend theater, visit museums, dine on local cuisine, or sample a few breweries. The Clinton National Airport offers nonstop flights to more than a dozen hubs on major airlines, including Charlotte, Atlanta, Houston, Phoenix, and St. Louis.

Population

202,591

Internet Speed Rating

1200 Mbps

Weather (High/Low)

93 / 34

Median Home Value (3BR, 2BA)

$176,904

FUN FACT


Known for its natural beauty, Little Rock, Arkansas, really was named for a small rock. In the 1700s, a French explorer found a small rock formation near the Arkansas River and named the area, “la petite roche,” or small rock. In 2006, hoping to give the city a memorable moniker, the city was nicknamed “The Rock.”

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