Discover so many things to do in North Little Rock near our hotel
Whether you’re here for the weekend or for a longer business trip, you’ll discover that there’s nothing little about the entertainment in North Little Rock when you stay at our Country Inn & Suites. Visit nearby things to do like the Clinton Presidential Center, situated within walking distance of the kid-friendly Museum of Discovery. Then, recharge in your spacious hotel room before a day of family fun at Burns Park. Enjoy historical attractions? You can stop at the Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum to see watercraft from World War II or take a picture in front of the scenic Old Mill in T.R. Pugh Memorial Park. Thanks to our prime location near the capital’s business district, corporate travelers have easy access to local offices and the Statehouse Convention Center, located less than three miles away.
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Arkansas State Capitol2.59 mi / 4.17 km from the hotel
From the marbled floors to the top of the 213-foot rotunda, the Arkansas State Capitol is an extraordinary example of neoclassical architecture. Take a tour to see how the building blends the state’s past and present while also shaping its future.
Clinton Presidential Center2.43 mi / 3.9 km from the hotel
Located in Little Rock’s River Market District, the Clinton Presidential Center offers something for all ages. Attend concerts and other special events, browse the exhibits at the museum, or indulge in a meal at the on-site restaurant.
Simmons Bank Arena1.8 mi / 2.9 km from the hotel
In addition to concerts featuring current superstars like Bruno Mars and legendary performers like Bruce Springsteen, this multipurpose entertainment venue hosts events like ice shows and rodeos.
The Old Mill1.37 mi / 2.2 km from the hotel
Located in T.R. Pugh Memorial Park, this re-creation of an 1880s water-powered grist mill was featured in Gone with the Wind, earning it a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. It’s now surrounded by sculptures created by Señor Dionicio Rodriguez.
Dickey-Stephens Park1.73 mi / 2.79 km from the hotel
Home to the Arkansas Travelers of the Texas League, this baseball stadium can accommodate up to 7,200 fans. Grab a hot dog or an ice-cream cone before cheering on the Double-A team affectionately known as the Travs.
Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum1.95 mi / 3.13 km from the hotel
Visit the Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum to see Hoga, a tugboat that survived the Pearl Harbor attack in 1941, and the USS Razorback, a submarine that was in Tokyo Bay at the end of WWII. You can explore the Razorback by climbing down a 14-foot ladder to access it.
Riverfront Park1.88 mi / 3.02 km from the hotel
Spanning 33 acres and 11 city blocks, this popular urban park lies on the south bank of the Arkansas River. Jog or bike across the Clinton Presidential Park Bridge, a pedestrian pathway that’s part of the 14.2-mile Arkansas River Trail.
Robinson Center2.19 mi / 3.53 km from the hotel
Originally built in 1939 and renovated into a striking modern facility, the Robinson Center hosts concerts, ballets, and touring Broadway musicals in its 2,222-person performance hall. The center also offers abundant space for business conferences and conventions.
Statehouse Convention Center2.23 mi / 3.6 km from the hotel
This expansive convention center offers one large ballroom and many spacious exhibition halls and meeting rooms. Ideal for business conferences, the space can also host personal events like weddings and family reunions.
Burns Park2.79 mi / 4.5 km from the hotel
The largest public park in the state of Arkansas, Burns Park features two 18-hole golf courses, playgrounds, and baseball and softball complexes. It’s also the home of Funland Amusement Park, where your kids can ride a mini roller coaster, a mini Ferris wheel, and a carousel.
Museum of Discovery2.28 mi / 3.67 km from the hotel
This science museum showcases interactive exhibits like Tornado Alley Theater, where visitors can experience the sensations of a tornado blowing by and learn more about the tornado that passed through Little Rock in January 1999.