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click to enlarge Find Clinton memorabilia at the Clinton Museum Store along with books, artwork, jewelry and more.
  • Find Clinton memorabilia at the Clinton Museum Store along with books, artwork, jewelry and more.

From urban clothing and tattoos to scented soaps, local art and jewelry, downtown shops reflect the area's eclectic, fun-loving style. Here are a few of the options.

ARKANSAS FLAG & BANNER
Shop for patriotic items as well as garden flags and other seasonal items. 800 W. Ninth St. 375-7633

ART OUTFITTERS
A one-stop shop for everything an artist needs, including easels, canvases, paints, brushes and other supplies. 917 W. Seventh St. 374-4323

BATH JUNKIE
Choose from nearly 200 fragrances to create your own bath and body products, including bubble bath, lotions, salt scrubs, shower gels, body mists and more. 322 President Clinton Ave. 372-0500

BAUMAN'S MEN'S SHOP
A men's fine apparel store located inside the Capital Hotel. 111 W. Markham St. 374-7474

BENNETT'S MILITARY SUPPLIES
From leather jackets and Army boots to camping tents and other outdoor gear, a great place for the guys. 302 Main St. 372-2944

CLINTON MUSEUM STORE
Offering Clinton memorabilia, you can also shop for books, artwork, jewelry and more. 610 President Clinton Ave. 748-0400

CLOSET FACTORY
Browse a variety of custom-built closet systems and products that are certain to help you organize your life. 900 W. Seventh St. 907-7105

COIN & STAMP SHOP
A coin and stamp collector's haven. 107 Main St. 375-2113

COX CREATIVE CENTER
A great place to relax after a busy morning of sightseeing. Houses a bookstore, gallery and coffee shop. 120 River Market Ave. (formerly Commerce Street) 918-3093

DIAMOND BEAR BREWERY
Local beer brewery offering Saturday and Sunday tours. 323 S. Cross St. 708-2739

DOWNTOWN NEWS MART
A convenience store offering magazines, newspapers, tobacco, beer, wine and liquor. 304 Main St. 375-8322

DOWNTOWN WIGS & FASHION
A selection of wigs, women's urban fashions, shoes and other accessories. 305 Main St. 374-3478

EXPLORE STORE
Located inside the Museum of Discovery, the Explore Store has great gifts, puzzles, games, books and more-for kids of all ages! Museum Center, 500 President Clinton Ave. 396-7050

FARMERS MARKET
Shop for fresh produce, flowers, herbs, crafts and other interesting items from May to October on Tuesdays and Saturdays at the River Market. 500 President Clinton Ave.

FRANCES FLOWER SHOP
From custom arrangements to casual bouquets, order by phone or stop by this downtown full-service florist. 1222 W. Capitol Ave. 372-2203

GREEN EARTH PHARMACY and WELLNESS CENTER
This downtown store located inside the River Market Tower fills prescriptions, offers over-the-counter medications and professional grade supplements, as well as more than 1,000 organic, natural and fair trade natural beauty, eco-friendly household products and more. They even offer massage therapy. 405 E. Third St. 246-3296

HEARNE FINE ART
A fine art gallery specializing in African American art from nationally recognized artists. 1001 Wright Ave. 372-6822

HISTORIC ARKANSAS MUSEUM STORE
Located in the museum's atrium, the Museum Store offers the best of contemporary, Arkansas-made arts and crafts as well as merchandise related to frontier Arkansas. Shop for pottery, quilts, baskets, books and more. 200 E. Third St. 324-9351

HOLLYWOOD & SPORTS MEMORABILIA
Signed sports items. 20 Ottenheimer Plaza. 219-0003

KYLE-ROCHELLE JEWELERS
Fine jewelry and custom designs. 523 S. Louisiana St. 375-3335

MR. COOL
Offering a selection of urban clothing, including suits, active-wear, shoes and accessories. 301 Main St. 378-0107

THE MUSEUM STORE
Choose from books, jewelry, toys and items by artists and artisans from around the state and region. Arkansas Arts Center, Ninth and Commerce streets 372-4000

OLD STATE HOUSE MUSEUM STORE
The store features a wide variety of items that enhance and interpret the museum's exhibits, including historic collectibles and notable books relating to all aspects of Arkansas history. Also, browse their jewelry, artwork and souvenirs. 300 W. Markham St. 324-9685

PAUL-MORRELL FORMALWEAR
Need a tux? Find one here. 120 S. Victory St. 374-8256

PIANO KRAFT
Pianos, keyboards, organs and repair services. 1222 Main St. 372-1446

PYRAMID ART, BOOKS & CUSTOM FRAMING
Offering prints, books and customized framing. 1001 Wright Ave. 372-5824

RIVER MARKET BOOKS & GIFTS
Part of the Central Arkansas Library System, offering inexpensive books, as well as toys, seasonal items and gifts. Cox Creative Center, 120 River Market Ave. (formerly Commerce Street) 918-3093

SHOP THE ROCK
Get your Little Rock souvenirs and find out what's going on around town with one stop. As part of the Little Rock Convention and Visitors Bureau, visitors can get maps and useful information on tours and things to do. Located outside the Ottenheimer Market Hall, 400 President Clinton Ave. 537-7058

TEN THOUSAND VILLAGES
Browse unique ethnic-inspired goods, including folk art, jewelry, toys and games, tableware, rugs and more at this store that provides fair trade income to Third-World people. Located on the corner of President Clinton Ave. and Cumberland. 374-2776

TWISTED ENTERTAINMENT
An adult novelty shop. 1007 W. Seventh St. 376-7723

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