Living in Little Rock
UAMS is located in the capital of Arkansas, Little Rock. This metropolitan area has a population of more than 628,000 and a low cost of living.
Little Rock experiences four distinct seasons, with an overall moderate climate.
Residents of Little Rock can enjoy a wide variety of historic preservations, visual arts, performing arts, libraries, and nightlife. A large number of museums are located in the area, including the Clinton Presidential Library.
Just a few of the many attractions Little Rock has to offer include:
- River Market District
- Trolley service connecting Little Rock and North Little Rock
- Historic Arkansas Museum
- State Capital
- Little Rock Zoo
- Riverfront Park
- Central High School Museum Visitors Center
- Maritime Museum
- IMAX Theater
- Old State House Museum
- Arkansas Repertory Theatre
- Little Rock Farmers’ Market
- Various sporting events
For more information on upcoming events and attractions, visit http://www.littlerock.com/