General hours M-F 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., weekends 10-3. For non- December holidays, please call to determine what hours the building may be open.
Free tours are available Monday – Friday 9-11 a.m. and 1-3 p.m., on the hour; reservations made in advance are encouraged.
During the months of November and December, hours are variable; please call ahead!
The stamp for Arkansas is located at the tour desk on the first floor.
This information was updated in February of 2020.
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Comments from readers
The Arkansas state capitol was one of the most beautiful that we have visited so far. We spent almost as much time touring the memorials on the grounds as we did touring the building. Definitely a must see!
We visited the Arkansas Capitol and were amazed at the friendliness of everyone we came in contact with, from the men at the Visitor Center desk to others walking the halls who helped us with directions. So glad we took the advice of the folks at the information desk to visit the Bank Vault – a truly unique experience. Another nice surprise was eating in the cafeteria. The food was delicious “Southern Comfort” cuisine. We easily spent 3 hours there and would definitely go back if we’re ever in Little Rock again.