Trapnall Hall, constructed in 1843 in the Greek Revival style of architecture, was once the home of Frederic and Martha Trapnall. The home’s architect is unknown, but it was one of the few brick houses in Little Rock at the time that it was built. The home went through a succession of owners and uses after passing out of the Trapnall family. To prevent the home from being torn down, Mrs. Charles Minor (Julia) Taylor purchased it in 1929 and donated it to the Junior League of Little Rock as a memorial to her late husband. In 1963, the Junior League sponsored a major restoration of Trapnall Hall. After serving for many years as headquarters for the Junior League, in 1976 the league donated half of the appraised value of Trapnall Hall to the state. Today, Trapnall Hall stands as the official receiving hall for the state’s governor, and can be rented by the public for special events. One of the most beautiful antebellum homes in Arkansas, Trapnall Hall, located at 423 E. Capitol Ave. in Little Rock, is the ideal setting for business meetings, luncheons, dinners, weddings, receptions, corporate celebrations, reunions, parties and much more. For bookings or questions, contact Abigail Howe at (501) 324-9716 or by e-mail.