the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery

124 W. Capitol - Suite 1400

Little Rock, AR 72201

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Tel: 501-683-2000

www.MyArkansasLottery.com

NASPL

7470 Auburn Rd. LL1

​​Concord, OH 44077
 

Tel: 440-361-7962


info@nasplhq.org

www.naspl.org

Little Rock has big things in store...

Outside magazine dubs Little Rock a “hidden gem.” 

Little Rock is ready to show NASPL a great time.

 

Little Rock was named one of “15 Southern Cities All Food Lovers Should Visit Now” by Food and Wine and Southern Living magazines. We won the annual “Readers’ Choice Award” for Best Meeting Site from ConventionSouth Magazine. And Expedia named us among their “14 Cities that Give You the Worst Case of FOMO” (Fear of Missing Out). So, yeah. Bring your appetite.

 

Little Rock is a historic, walkable, friendly, diverse Southern city. We’ve got great outdoor activities, amazing restaurants and a slew of cool craft breweries. Oh, and there’s an international award-winning distillery that’s great for cocktails and tastings. And a couple of wineries, too. So expect to have fun here.

 

NASPL 2019 will be headquartered in downtown Little Rock alongside the Arkansas River in close proximity to the River Market District. So it is a short walk or trolley ride to many of our outstanding food and beverage establishments as well as the Clinton Presidential Center. You will have the opportunity to explore the Clinton Library and its lighted pedestrian bridge on Tuesday night during the All-Delegate Event. The fascinating permanent and rotating exhibits of the Center will grab your attention while you feast on a delicious blend of local favorites and internationally inspired cuisine.

 

Monday night’s Directors and Volunteer Dinner will take participants to SoMa (South on Main), a revitalized five-block stretch of South Main Street in Little Rock that now boasts eclectic businesses, historic homes, outstanding restaurants and a locally owned distillery. Many of Little Rock’s neighborhoods are nifty with their own fine flairs, but none are as fabulously fun and funky as SoMa.

 

We suggest you extend your stay and explore all that Little Rock has to offer. With world-class attractions, outdoor activities and unique neighborhoods, you are certain to experience a memorable visit to Arkansas’ state capital.

 

William J. Clinton Presidential Center & Park

This world-class cultural and educational venue has fascinating permanent and rotating exhibits of presidential memorabilia and Americana. And it has an award-winning restaurant and nightspot overlooking the beautiful Arkansas River.

South on Main

South on Main is a revolutionary cultural experience that includes a restaurant and performance venue featuring the best of southern cuisine and culture.

With a kitchen helmed by Chef Matthew Bell, the restaurant offers a sophisticated but unpretentious atmosphere and a creative and accessible menu.

Big Dam Bridge

Experience the longest pedestrian and bicycle bridge in North America, built specifically for that use. This impressive structure was named the Big Dam Bridge because of its massive 4,226 foot span built atop Murray Lock and Dam. 

River Market District

In the heart of downtown Little Rock, the River Market District, by day, offers a market hall with an exciting mix of food vendors that will entice your senses and fit any culinary cravings.

Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site

The only working American high school that’s set in a National Park, Central High is a living witness to the civil rights struggle that played out there in 1957. Regular tours offer an up-close look at this national treasure.

Locally Labeled Passport Program

Little Rock is a city filled with artisanal eats… and drinks! Sample the 11 local craft breweries, two wineries and distillery on our Locally Labeled passport program and earn some sweet swag. Plus some deliciously unique libations.

Robinson Center

This WPA-era performing arts center hosts Broadway shows, concerts, the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra, Ballet Arkansas and lots more. After a recent $73 million renovation, this state-of-the-art facility continues to delight and impress fans.

Little Rock Sculpture Tour

Public art is transforming America’s urban landscapes, and the city of Little Rock is no exception. What began in 2004 with six bronze sculptures along President Clinton Avenue in the River Market District, now consists of more than 100 pieces that can be seen and enjoyed by visitors and residents alike.