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Little Rock Airport Car Hire - Did You Know?
- Little Rock is the capital and largest city in Arkansas
- It was named after a ‘little rock’ that acted as a river marker at that point
- Founded by the French, it was originally called La Petite Roche
- Two US navy ships have been named after Little Rock
- Both Bill and Hilary Clinton lived in Little Rock
Little Rock Airport Mini Guide
Little Rock Airport is served by American Eagle, Continental, Southwest, USAirways and Delta Airlines. Throughout the 1990's the airport had 23.3 million people use there services. This airport has many non stop services to Cincinnati
and more. Three runways are available at Little Rock and range from 5,000 to 8,273 feet in length. You can find the airport following the signs from Grundfest Drive.
Being the most populated city in Arkansas, Pulaski County it has 675,069 people call it home. The city and its surroundings are rich with sights and attractions, here are a few:
- The William J Clinton Presidential Center. There are archives and photographs totaling 2 million, 21 million email messages and 80 million pages of documentation. There is a full scale museum and a life sized mock up of Clinton's stint in the Oval Office.
- The MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History. General Douglas MacArthur, also the commander of US forces in WWII was born here. The museum is the oldest building in Arkansas and the last remaining Little Rock Arsenal buildings
- For art you can visit the Arkansas Arts Center, being the state of Arkansas' largest cultural displays, it also offers performing arts as well as visual displays.
- Take you Little Rock Airport rental car and see the Old State House Museum. Here you can see what was once an old state capital building but now houses Arkansas' recent history in exhibitions.