In Little Rock, families can combine entertainment with educational activities at the same time. Its museums promote an interactive and hands-on experience enabling a more vivid learning while having fun.

As part of the River District Development (Little Rock’s most dynamic area) at 500 President Clinton Ave. Suite 150 , the Museum of Discovery houses scientific and technological exhibits including projects that the kids can work on. Some of its permanent exhibits include Energy!, World of the Forest, Passport to the World, Arkansas Indians and Bug Zoo. Adults pay U$ 7 and kids from 1 to 12 years, U$6. The Museum of Discovery was established in 1927 as the Museum of Natural History and Antiquities. Before changing its name and moving to its present River Market location in 1998, the museum was the Arkansas Museum of Science and History located in the Arsenal building in McArthur Park. In 2003, the Museum of Discovery merged with the Children's Museum of Arkansas to provide educational services to children and adults of all ages. The 44,000-square-foot educational institution provides unique learning opportunities through its interactive exhibits, programs and events.

Arkansas Art Center is an art museum with permanent and traveling exhibitions that houses the Children's Theater and a Museum School. Kids will love the plays that are annualy staged by the professional theater company; they include adaptations of the most popular children's stories. Imaginative Portraits for Children and Printmaking with Picasso are two hands-on activities scheduled in this year calendar of events.