Curran Hall is one of the few remaining Greek Revival homes in Little Rock. Built in 1942, it has been restored to the time period and features gardens with plants and trees true the era. It currently serves as the Little Rock Visitor Information Center, but the house and gardens are neat on their own if you like historic architecture. It's located in the historic Quapaw Quarters
Curran Hall was designed by Gideon Shryock in the Greek Revival style. Shryock designed the Kentucky State Capitol and the Old State House.
The Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau says, "The symmetrical, one-story house has a central hall with a large room opening to each side. Walls are three bricks thick. The original narrow front porch has been fully restored. The hip roof, covered with wood shakes, included cypress box gutters. Four square columns supported an entablature with bold dentil trim. Few houses of this era remain with so few interior alterations."
Where / Hours:
Curran Hall is located at 615 E. Capitol Ave, just off of Interstate 30 via the Sixth Street or Ninth Street exits.
They are open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.on Monday-Saturday and 1-5 p.m. on Sunday. Call 501-371-0076
You can have special events hosted and catered at Curran Hall. Call 501-371-0076 for information.
Curran Hall has city maps, guides and other information for visitors to the city. All of the city published information pamphlets and guides can be found there.