2011 S.E. Walton Blvd
Bentonville, AR 72712
Phone: (479) 254-9099
Fax: (479) 715-6025
Arts & Museums
Over 9,000 pieces of costume jewerly are featured in three rooms. They include such brand names as Coro, Sarah Coventry, Monet, Napier, Judy Lee, and more.
It all started with a dream of Sam Walton, founder of the enormous and highly successful chain, Wal-Mart. See Mr. Walton's desk and displays showing the stores growth.
A restored Italianate villa mansion which was built by a prominate figure in the city's early history.
Named after the nearby Crystal Springs and the bridge that crosses over it, this beautiful museum is set in the lush forest and provides a peaceful retreat as you enjoy outstanding artwork. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art houses American artwork from throughout America's history, including modern art and artwork from the Colonial era. Along with a permanent collection, the museum will have temporary exhibits, ensuring that you'll see something new every time you visit.
The Museum of Native American History invites you to "Walk Through America's Past," where we will give you a glimpse into what life was like for America's first inhabitants. The museum is divided into five different time periods that will guide you through the constant changing lives of the Native Americans, as seen through their artifacts. The displays feature relics that date from over 14,000 years old to historic times. Come visit the museum and enjoy seeing some of the finest treasures ever created by early craftsmen.
The city's history is told through exhibits which are located in Hawkins Home.
The Rogers Daisy Airgun Museum preserves and promotes vintage products and artifacts, including antique airguns dating to the 1600's; of the historic Daisy company.
This 1907 drugstore, listed on the National Register, has been restored with original fixtures.
Featuring the history of Arkansas Ozarks, the Shiloh Museum of Ozark History is a regional historical museum that covers the history of this place. Consisting of programs, events and exhibits of the history, the museum is open to the public. Also featuring a large library research area and an extensive collection of the historical pictures, the library is open too during regular hours as the museum. The museum is a great place that provides information, and also great enjoyment and exploration to the visitors.
The Tebbetts House or the Headquarters House has adapted the Greek Revival and Georgian styles of architecture. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, it was owned by Judge Jonas Tebbetts.
Clinton House constructed in 1931, is a Tudor Revival style house in the Ozark Mountains. This is the same house where Bill and Hillary Clinton got married. The house is a museum with exhibits from the early days of Bill Clinton’s political career.
Housed in the "White Hangar," an all-wooden structure at Fayetteville's Drake Field and one of the nation's few remaining all-wood hangers from the World War II era, the Arkansas Air Museum is "home to some of the nation's only surviving varieties of aircraft and some world-famous replicas." Arkansas' oldest museum contains a collection of "open cockpit biplanes and closed cabin monoplanes that carried pioneering airmen and women into the skies of the nation from 1929 to 1969."