Plan your next success at Little Rock's Statehouse Convention Center

Connected directly to the 418-room Little Rock Marriott, the Statehouse Convention Center is 220,000 square feet of meeting space. Our team simplifies your planning with on-site event,
 audio-visual, security and telecommunications professionals trained and ready to provide all of your critical staffing for meetings, exhibitions and special events.

Wireless internet is available throughout the facility. Verizon and AT&T cell towers have been placed within the buildings to ensure the best possible signal strength. 



Conveniently attached to Arkansas’s only full-service Marriott – which offers 40,000 square feet of meeting space and is the facility’s exclusive caterer – the Statehouse Convention Center has access to expansive catering services to fit every food and beverage event.

What meeting professionals say

“We thoroughly enjoy Little Rock. We appreciate the personalization and sincerity we receive, as we work to create a wonderful and meaningful experience for our attendees.”

– Lindsey Keller, Bad Boy Mowers

“What we’ll remember most is the hospitality. Everywhere we went, from the hotel to the restaurants to the tourist sites, the shops, etc., everyone was so accommodating, so gracious, and so friendly.”

– Cheryl Hollar and Meryl Hollar, International Twins Association

“Little Rock rocks! I appreciated the special attention the group received both from the Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau and the Peabody Hotel. I have to say, the hospitality was above anything I have ever experienced in my 41 years as a meeting planner. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!

– Diana L. Finley, CMP
American Academy of Osteopathy

The Statehouse Convention Center is operated by the Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau (LRCVB), the official destination marketing organization for the City of Little Rock, charged with marketing and selling the city as a meeting, sports and leisure travel destination.

The LRCVB also manages Robinson Center, Ottenheimer Hall and multiple parking facilities.

LRCVB is primarily funded by a hotel, motel, and restaurant tax.