Firehouse Hostel and Museum

 

Travelers looking to experience Southern Charm will be captivated by the Little Rock, Firehouse Hostel and Museum. The common area is adorned with comfy lounge chairs, games, computers and a spacious dining area. Built in 1917 (formerly Old Fire Station 2), and recently renovated in 2007, the Hostel also serves as a museum, depicting firefighting history. School groups can engage in an interactive tour with firefighter helmets, flame restive coats, and a brass pole that lends to an educational experience. $32 a bed per night, the hostel offers a variety of FREE amenities: Wi-Fi, Continental Breakfast, Parking, and Shared Kitchen.
1201 Commerce St. Little Rock
501-476-0294
firehousehostel.org

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