Riverfront Park - History Pavilion
202 East La Harpe Boulevard
Little Rock, AR 72201
The History Pavilion (accessed by going north on Ottenheimer Drive off President Clinton Avenue) is located west of the Junction Bridge (for pedestrians/bicycles) and east of Peabody Park within Julius Breckling Riverfront Park, which covers 33 acres and stretches 11 blocks (parallel to LaHarpe Boulevard/President Clinton Avenue) along the south bank of the Arkansas River in downtown Little Rock's River Market District. (The Google map provided above INCORRECTLY shows the park's official LaHarpe Boulevard address on the North Little Rock side of the river.) In addition to historical information about Little Rock and Arkansas, the pavilion includes a large Indian Head statue (photo in Comment below), which was carved in 1975 by Peter Wolf Troth as part of his 50-state series in tribute to Native Americans
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