Little Rock is a vibrant Mid-South city located in the geographic center of Arkansas. It is the capital city of the state as well as the most populous with approximately 200,000 residents. Little Rock's economy is anchored by healthcare and government jobs with a growing concentration of technology businesses. Little Rock offers residents and visitors many cultural attractions such as the Clinton Presidential Center and Arkansas Symphony Orchestra as well as beautiful outdoor vistas found in Pinnacle Mountain State Park.
Trinity Episcopal Cathedral is located in the Quapaw Quarter which is the oldest and most historic business and residential neighborhood in Little Rock. The name honors the Quapaw Indians who once lived in the area. As many as 15 separate National Historic Register Districts make up the Quapaw Quarter, including more than 200 homes and buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. Many significant Arkansas landmarks are located in the Quapaw Quarter, including the Governor's Mansion, The Arkansas Arts Center, the University of Arkansas Law School, Mount Holly Cemetery and MacArthur Park.