Curran Hall is currently closed to the public out of concerns surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic. We will not be taking reservations for events until Curran Hall reopens. This also means that bathrooms and any area of the interior of the building are not open to the public. Thank you for your patience.
Built in 1842, Historic Curran Hall is the city’s only antebellum home open daily to the public. It houses the official Little Rock Visitor Information Center and is the Mayor’s Reception Hall. Managed by the Quapaw Quarter Association, Curran Hall welcomes weddings, bridal parties, photography sessions, meetings, intimate gatherings, receptions, sit-down dinners and buffets, hosted both inside the lovely historic home and on beautifully landscaped grounds maintained by the Pulaski County Master Gardeners. Click here to see photos of Curran Hall's restoration. Click here to see photos of Curran Hall's traditional floorcloth.
The Little Rock Visitor Information Center at Curran Hall is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Saturday, and 1-5 p.m. on Sundays. Stop by during those hours to tour the house and garden.
For information on renting Historic Curran Hall for your next event please contact Shelle Stormoe, Membership & Activities Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org or 371-0075 ext. 3.