Follow this editor through Arkansas's capital for a weekend of fun, perfect weather, and lots of surprises.
Jennifer Mckenzie Frazier

It's the forward-thinking attitude and the culture. The young rock-and-roll bands not yet famous but soon to be discovered. The architecture that blows your mind, and the absolute ease of the entire town. It's pure fun, smart shopping, and delicious dining. With all this, Little Rock grabs hold of you and won't let go.

That's what it did to me. This capital city ranks as one of my personal favorites. Follow my lead for a good time.

Too, Too Easy
While you're in Little Rock, you'll want to be in the middle of the action. That can be summed up in three words: President Clinton Avenue. A canary yellow trolley travels up and down the street so you don't need a car to navigate this part of town. Just climb aboard the River Rail Trolley (50 cents adults, free ages 5 and younger). It stops at the Clinton Presidential Center, The Peabody hotel, and various other places.

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