Because I blog about educational travel, I was given admission tickets, media rates, discounts, and other benefits for some of the places we visited during our trip. Some of the attractions we toured are free for everyone, while we paid full price for the rest. This has no bearing on my reviews. Everything I'm sharing is something that I recommend without hesitation. If you see any gaps in my narrative, it is because I didn't love that particular attraction, restaurant, or hotel enough to recommend it to you, regardless of how much I paid or didn't pay.
Little Rock, Arkansas
Eli is featured in this A-MAZE-ing exhibit. It's an 1800 square foot maze built out of cardboard.
We found Eli!
Visit Little Rock. Seriously. It's a great city.
This cardboard maze actually has a very interesting story. In February 2021, a record winter storm in Little Rock resulted in burst pipes that destroyed most of the galleries at the Museum of Discovery. COVID had already been a challenge and the flood was positively devastating. But the hardworking and resilient Little Rockers (Rockites? Rockettes?) immediately got to work on some great temporary exhibits, including this one.
You would never guess that this was under water two years ago.