The Arkansas Travelers, a Double A affiliate of Anaheim, play at Ray Winder Field. This is the 9th oldest field in continuous use and was built in 1932. It has undergone regular renovations, so it is quite fan-friendly for its age. Concessions and restrooms are in the tunnel behind and under the seating. The concessions have been refaced in wood with nice price signs. Wood slatted seats at the top and aluminum slatted seats below. Unbacked aluminum bleachers are at the back of 6 rows of seats on the first base side. The party area is at the end of the third baseline with lawn seating in front and a few bleachers at the back. The roof, on pillars, is over the back half of seats. There is a real organ at the top of the seating area behind home and the organist plays all the music during the game. There are huge fans at the top back of the seats. There is a double tall wall topped by a high wire fence in right and center because it's right beside the freeway. There are metal orange folding chairs for seating in the dugouts. The maintenance area in the right field corner was formerly segregated seating. All seating below the first aisle is priced at $8 and above the aisle and fence is $6. There is no reserved seating unless you are a season ticket holder. The Travelers were playing the Wichita Wranglers and lost 5-3 in 7 innings. They were playing a double header. The box score was Wranglers R-5, H-10, E-0 and Travelers R-3, H-7, E-1, The field lines are RF-345', CF-390', and LF-390'. Shelly is the mascot. We had a nice talk with one of the fans about the GM who used to be a major league umpire. One of the big fan draws is Clunker Night. Everyone who comes participates in a drawing for a donated clunker car, guaranteed to run, but anything else may not work. A mid-inning activity is two adults trying to throw stuffed chickens into a large bucket. New Logo.
Central High School National Historic Site -In 1957 while Little Rock was in the process of desegregating its public schools, Central High was the scene for events considered pivotal in national Civil Rights history. Across the street is a museum and visitor center featuring an interactive exhibit and two audiovisual presentations related to the integration crisis. Free

Historic Arkansas Museum - The site consists of five restored early-19th-century buildings. Among the offerings in the museum are galleries devoted to a collection of items made by artists and artisans of Arkansas. Free