500 President Clinton Ave., Suite 150, Little Rock, Arkansas
Little Rock’s oldest museum is located right in the heart of the River Market District, making it an easy stop on a tour of the state capital. Over 25,000 square feet of hands-on, interactive exhibits entertain adults and children alike with the wonders of science, technology, and mathematics. Room to Grow, a 3,000-foot permanent exhibit for kids six years old and under, includes the Construction Zone, which introduces children to the mechanics of construction while they build and play. A climbable lighthouse and friendly Mimi the Dragon captivates even the most active children. More educational exhibits include the Bug Zoo, the Health Hall, World of the Forest, and Arkansas Indians, which introduce kids to environmental and cultural history.
–Open daily year-round except major holidays. Admission charged.
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