Historic Southern Charm in Little Rock, AR

Thank you to the folks at Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau who welcomed me to their city!

Little Rock, AR

iDSS On-Boarding & Training

I recently traveled to Little Rock, AR to get the staff at Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau started with using iDSS. It was a pleasure to meet everyone and work across teams from sales, and services, to sports, and more, ensuring that the organization is maximizing the value of the iDSS platform. 

Thank you to the Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau for your hospitality and for showing me some of the city's big highlights. While I was in Little Rock, I did a lot of walking along the pedestrian-friendly streets and river trails. I also got to see the Vogel Schwartz Sculpture Garden, and the city's "Little Rock" namesake by the Junction Bridge on the Arkansas River. Below are a few travel suggestions and photos from the visit.

The view from the Vogel Schwartz Sculpture Garden.
The beautiful Greek Revival architecture of The Old State House Museum.
The Junction Bridge is a pedestrian bridge that crosses the Arkansas River. The city's “Little Rock” namesake is located at the base of the bridge.
The River Market’s open-air Farmer’s Market, which sits on the riverfront.

If you go . . . 

  • Little Rock River Market District: This shopping and foodie destination offers a bi-weekly farmer’s market, frequent concerts, and an international food hall.
  • Sculpture Garden: Along the Arkansas River, Little Rock has a riverfront park with multiple trails as well as the beautiful Vogel Schwartz Sculpture Garden.
  • The “Little Rock”: The reason Little Rock Arkansas has its name, this famous stone is featured at the base of the Junction Bridge, which is open to pedestrians.
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