Little Rock Attractions Pass

Big Adventure in Little Rock

Whether you’re in town for work, a relaxing vacation, or you’re a Little Rock local, you’ll want to make the most out of your time here. You won’t miss a thing when you explore with Little Rock’s free, official Attractions Pass. Use the pass to check-in at sites across the city and earn exciting
Little Rock swag as you go!

Sign Up: Tell the world you’re Big on Little Rock with a branded sticker.

5 Check-Ins: You’ll be entered into that month’s sweepstakes drawing.

15 Check-Ins: Show off your Little Rock love with a Big on Little Rock t-shirt.

Click here to see what’s included!

Attractions Pass

  • Mobile exclusive
  • Instantly delivered via text and email
  • No apps to download

How this Pass Works

Step 1 - Get Your Pass

This mobile exclusive passport is a collection of curated attractions for you to enjoy and check in at during your visit

Step 2 - Receive Text

Your passport will be instantly delivered to your phone via text and email and is ready to use immediately! There is no app to download. Your pass can be saved to your phone’s home screen for easy one-tap access.

Step 3 - Redeem

When visiting a participating attraction, simply check in using your phone's built in GPS to start earning prizes!

Included Venues

See locations on an interactive map.

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Arkansas Governor's Mansion
This mansion has served as the official residence of Arkansas's first families since 1950. The Georgian Colonial mansion is flanked by two colonnaded walkways and extensive vegetable and herb gardens. A bust of President Clinton sits near the property's Center Street entrance. Tours are available by appointment.
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Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum
Here you can explore two navy vessels that bookended World War II. The tugboat USS Hoga leapt into action, fighting fires and rescuing sailors within minutes of the first attack at Pearl Harbor. The Balao-class submarine USS Razorback was present in Tokyo Bay when the Japanese surrendered ending...
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Arkansas Korean War Veterans Memorial
Located at the MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History, this memorial includes granite markers, a towering gateway, and statues representing the military veterans, the Korean people, and the medical personnel who served during the war. Black granite stones include the names of 461 Arkansans who died in the conflict.
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Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts
Currently closed for a multi-million dollar expansion, the Museum of Fine Arts will reopen to visitors in fall 2022.
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Arkansas National Guard Museum
The Arkansas National Guard Museum collects and preserves information and artifacts relating to the Arkansas National Guard and its presence in Arkansas. The museum's highlights include the Yeater Collection, almost 200 weapons that range from the early 19th century to the World War II years....
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Arkansas River Trail
One of Little Rock’s most iconic cycling spots, this is the perfect trail for beginners, families, or those just getting acquainted with the city. Highlights along the 15-mile route include the Clinton Presidential Library, downtown Little Rock’s Riverfront Park, the towering walls of the...
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Arkansas State Capitol
The Arkansas Capitol building is the seat of the state's government, housing its legislature and governor's office. Its impressive dome was modeled after the national capitol, and guests will find informative displays on both the building's and the state's history throughout its marble halls.
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Big Dam Bridge
At 4,226 feet in length, this is the longest bridge built for pedestrian and bicycle traffic in North America. It rises 90 feet above the Arkansas River and connects dozens of cycling trails to the Arkansas River Trail system. A perfect spot to watch the sunset, it'll leave you saying ..."dam!"
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Esse Purse Museum & Store
One of only two purse museums in the world, ESSE honors and celebrates the 20th-century American woman while exploring concepts of art, history, and femineity through the lens of women's handbags and their contents. Through purses, you'll learn about the evolving position of women in society.
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H.U. Lee International Gate and Garden
This memorial gate honors the American Taekwondo Association’s founder, Eternal Grand Master Haeng Ung Lee. The hongsalmun-style gate is decorated in traditional Korean colors and symbols, while the enclosed garden features statues and fountains that harken back to Korean principles of longevity, family strength, and unity.
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Historic Arkansas Museum
What was Arkansas like in the days before it was a state? Find out as you explore and interact with preserved frontier buildings, galleries of crafts, and living history actors. Here Arkansas's days of being at the edge of the wild west are alive and exciting.
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Jacksonville Museum of Military History
From the Civil War campaigns of the Trans-Mississippi to the current conflicts around the world, exhibits and displays relate stories exclusive to the Jacksonville museum, including the histories of the Civil War Campaign for Little Rock and the history of the Little Rock Air Force Base.
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Junction Bridge
Access the grand entrance through Riverfront Park at 400 President Clinton Avenue. Constructed in 1970 and converted to pedestrian use in 2008, this bridge is lit every night with thousands of LED lights as a part of the River Lights in the Rock art installation.
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La Petite Roche
At the foot of the Junction Bridge in Little Rock's Riverfront Park

On April 9, 1722, French explorer Jean-Baptiste Bénard de la Harpe came across a small rock outcropping, the first such feature he had found so far on his journey up the Arkansas River. He and his men moored their boats in the...
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Little Rock Audubon Center
This nature center is for the birds. Literally! A visit here offers spectacular views of downtown Little Rock from atop Granite Hill and the chance to stroll more than four miles of trail across the park's 400+ acres. It also protects a nepheline syenite glade, an ecosystem found nowhere else in the world.
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Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site
In September 1957, this school was at the center of international attention when the governor ordered the National Guard to prevent nine Black students - The Little Rock Nine - from attending. President Eisenhower later federalized the National Guard and sent troops to escort the students to class....
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Little Rock Firehouse Hostel & Museum
Built in 1917 as a fire station, this building was in service until modern fire trucks became too large to fit inside. Now, the building is home to Little Rock's only hostel and a museum chronicling the history of firefighting through more than a century's worth of artifacts and equipment.
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Little Rock National Cemetery
Little Rock National Cemetery is the largest national cemetery in Arkansas. In 1866 it was a Union encampment for troops who occupied the city and was turned into a cemetery for fallen soldiers after the war. The final active-duty internment was a man killed at the Pentagon on September 11, 2001.
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Little Rock Zoo
Arkansas's largest zoo is a place where every member of the family can have a wild experience. More than 500 animals call the zoo home, including elephants, penguins, primates, and several species of big cats. Must-see activities include the Arkansas Diamond Express historic train and the...
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MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History
Built in 1840 to protect a frontier state from attack by Native Americans, this former arsenal building witnessed pivotal exchanges between Union and Confederate forces during the Civil War. It later became the birthplace of General Douglas MacArthur. Through exhibits and programming, the museum...
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Mosaic Templars Cultural Center
This museum celebrates Arkansas's unique African American political, economic, and social achievements from 1865 to today. It's housed in the footprint of the original Mosaic Templars of America National Headquarters. It depicts Little Rock's historic West Ninth Street as a hub of Black...
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Museum of Discovery
USA Today has ranked this museum as one of the best science centers in America. Experiences include sheltering from a powerful twister in the Tornado Alley Theater, experiencing the principles of physics and force with hands-on exhibits, creating without limits in the Tinkering Studio, and...
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Old State House Museum
Housed in the oldest standing state capitol building west of the Mississippi River, this museum chronicles Arkansas history since its 1836 statehood. Exhibits range from historic first ladies' gowns to natural curiosities and the building’s original legislative chamber. Its grounds are famous for...
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Pinnacle Mountain State Park
Climb to the top of Little Rock at one of Arkansas's most visited state parks. For those looking for an adventure closer to sea level, the park is also home to world-class mountain biking trails, paddle boat rentals, hiking trails, and Little Maumelle River kayaking.
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Plantation Agriculture Museum
Located in the historic delta community of Scott, this museum preserves Arkansas’s farming history. The complex of buildings allows you to explore where and how crops were grown, harvested, and processed into food and products from the 1830s through World War II.
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Rattlesnake Ridge Natural Area
Located just west of Pinnacle Mountain State Park, the trails at Rattlesnake Ridge are part of the Rattlesnake Ridge Natural Area. This designated area protects rare plant and animal species while offering a rugged, low-impact recreational experience. The ridge is ¾ mile wide and rises 920 feet...
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River Mountain Park
Experience Little Rock’s only city park dedicated to mountain biking. Located adjacent to Two Rivers Park, these trails offer white-knuckle downhills and fantastic views. Across the Two Rivers Park Bridge, entry-level trails offer children and inexperienced adults a way to get their first taste of mountain biking’s thrills.
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Riverfront Park
At 33 acres, this 11-block-long park acts as Little Rock's front lawn, providing ample room for strolling along the riverbank and admiring the park's 100+ works of public art. Concerts are regularly held at the park's amphitheater while children’s play areas and splash pads dot the landscape.
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The Old Mill
Most famous for its appearance in the opening scenes of the classic film "Gone With The Wind," this site features a historic re-creation of an 1880s water-powered grist mill. Lush landscaping, water features, and artwork by sculptor Dionicio Rodriguez complete the scene of this famous landmark.
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Toltec Mounds Archeological State Park
This ancient archeological site preserves Arkansas's tallest Native American mounds. These are the remains of an early-Mississippian Period ceremonial and governmental complex inhabited from A.D. 650 to 1050. The visitor center features exhibits including artifacts from the site, an A/V theater,...
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Two Rivers Park
The Little Maumelle and the Arkansas Rivers meet at one of Little Rock's most scenic parks. Here you can enjoy mountain biking, kayaking, or simply wander the park's miles of trails. Picnic tables and benches provide the perfect spot for relaxing and watching the water roll by.
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Vogel Schwartz Sculpture Garden
Located in Riverfront Park, this garden is home to dozens of sculptures of every size. Landscaped outdoor “rooms” create a gallery-like experience along the riverbank.
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Wildwood Park for the Arts
Part botanical garden and part performing arts center, Wildwood’s 105 acres are home to miles of walking paths, manicured gardens, a lake, and a large arts complex where plays, concerts, and art classes occur throughout the year. The park also hosts multiple annual seasonal festivals.
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William E. Clark Presidential Park Wetlands
A meandering boardwalk trail guides you through a lush marshland that preserves this important native ecosystem and offers spectacular views of Little Rock and the Arkansas River.
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William J. Clinton Library and Museum
With its on-site museum, restaurant, and iconic bridge, this is a highlight of any visit to Little Rock. Guests can explore the political career of our nation’s 42nd president, including memorabilia from his first political campaigns in Arkansas and full-size, exact replicas of the White House’s Oval Office and Cabinet Room.
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Witt Stephens Jr. Central Arkansas Nature Center
This Arkansas Game and Fish Commission facility is located in Riverfront Park and tells the story of Arkansas's most natural resources: the state's lands and waters and the animals that inhabit them. It features live native animals, interactive exhibits, an aquarium, and regular alligator feeding demonstrations.