Facts about Little Rock, AR

Little Rock is without a doubt one of the best places to live and visit in America. For those visiting, there are many things to see and do during the day and at night. For those willing to live here, housing is in plenty because real estate is a booming business. There are many learning institutions and other social amenities such as parks. Additionally, the median income is relatively high; hence this city boasts of low crime rates.

But before you come to this dazzling city, you need to know a few things about it. They include;

Its home to the largest cycling bridge in America

In case you love cycling, there is no better place to engage in this activity than in Little Rock, AR.

The Big Dam Bridge, which measures about 4,226 feet long is the longest cycling and pedestrian bridge in the United States. Cycle or walk on this bridge as you get a bird’s eye view of the city below.

This bridge is one of the attractions you should look for when you visit this city.

The city has the most beautiful school

Central High School was voted the most beautiful school in the United States by the American Institute of Architects.

This school has an amazing history, and it came into the limelight in 1957 when it integrated nine African-American students. There are over 98,000 public schools across the country, but central’s antique Gothic Revival design made it become an iconic landmark that cannot be found anywhere else.

This city has one of the largest parks in the United States

From all the information above, it is evident that Little Rock has some of the largest attractions in the country. As if this is not enough, the Burns Park located in North Little Rock is one of the largest public parks in America. It lies in a 1,575 acres of land, and it has all the exciting things for the public and visitors to enjoy.

The name little rock is actually derived from a rock

Little Rock’s name is not a coincidence as most people believe. This city is actually named after a small rock. This name comes from the phrase “la petite Roche” which is a French name for “The Little Rock.”

In the early 1700s, people travelling along the Arkansas River discovered a rock formation on the southern bank of the river. Jean Baptiste Benard de la Harpe, a French explorer was the person to give this nickname and it stuck.

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