The Robinson Center is a beautiful and attention-grabbing building and art center in Little Rock, Arkansas' Statehouse Plaza. It's located near the Old Statehouse Museum (another must-see during your trip to Little Rock) and you'll notice it immediately for it's art-deco feel and massive Greek-style columns. While the Walton Arts Center might be the best performing arts center in Arkansas, the Robinson Center is definitely the most beautiful and the best place to see music and theater in Little Rock.
The Robinson Center is home to the Little Rock Symphony Orchestra and also hosts all kinds of traveling pays, especially Broadway and off-Broadway touring groups. You can check the dates of your trip to Little Rock and see what's on...you'll find everything from gospel choirs to children's theater to full-on classical orchestras.
One little interesting tidbit for history buffs: the Robinson Center was built during the Great Depression as park of FDR's famous Public Works Program. Cool place. Check it out!
The Big Dam Bridge in Little Rock, Arkansas is the nation's longest pedestrian bridge and crosses the Arkansas River. It's built above the Murray Lock Dam and offers some really gorgeous view of the river and the city in the distance. If you're an aspiring photographer, I couldn't recommend a better place to start in Little Rock than the Big Dam Bridge.
Other than the views, the bridge also makes for a nice place to jog or simply get some fresh air. The landings on either side of the Arkansas River are parks and are nice places for an evening stroll when the bridge is all lit up. In the end, it's just a bridge, but an especially unique and beautiful one and it makes for a great reference point when you're out and about in Little Rock. Check it out!