Local Attractions


River Rail Streetcars

Downtown areas of North Little Rock and Little Rock are linked by 3 1/2 miles of track and bright yellow streetcars, taking riders to attractions that include Verizon Arena, the Argenta Historic District and neighborhood, restaurants and art galleries in North Little Rock and Little Rock's River Market District, Historic Arkansas Museum, and William J. Clinton Presidential Center and Park.






Old Mill (The)

Historic re-creation of an 1880's water-powered grist mill. It is in the opening scenes of the classic movie "Gone With The Wind." It features sculptures by Senor Dionicio Rodriguez. Located at Fairway Ave. & Lakeshore Drive.

Free Admission
Hours: Sunrise - Sunset


River Trail Rentals

River Trail Rentals -- For all your bike rental needs.

Conveniently located at 200 Olive Street, along the River Trail and to the east of the North Shore Maritime Center in Downtown North Little Rock.





Dickey-Stephens Park

Come out and be part of an exciting season with the Arkansas Travelers as they usher in a new era of Central Arkansas professional baseball at Dickey-Stephens Park. The Arkansas Travelers are the AA affiliate of the Los Angeles Angels. This $32 million building, located at the base of the Broadway Bridge, provides a perfect evening's enjoyment full of food, fun and great friends. Imagine a beautiful summer evening in North Little Rock. Little Rock's downtown skyline twinkles across the Arkansas River. Barges float by as the night cools off thanks to a soft breeze. And the lights of Dickey-Stephens Park illuminate into the sky as the Arkansas Travelers dig in for another exciting bout of Texas League baseball.


Clinton Presidential Library and the Arkansas Queen Riverboat

Sailing from the North Shore Maritime Center, the Arkansas Queen offers sightseeing excursions, as well as lunch and dinner cruises on the beautiful Arkansas River. The Arkansas Queen is perfect for groups, special occasions and events such as reunions, meetings, birthday parties, anniversaries and much more. (Reservations & Tickets Required)


Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum/ USS Razorback

The Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum (AIMM) opened its doors to the public on May 15th, 2005. Our museum features guided tours of the historic USS Razorback (SS 394). Come see us along the Arkansas River in beautiful downtown North Little Rock. AIMM is more than just a military museum. We have a research library, a theater, and large display exhibits.