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Northwest Arkansas is one of the fastest-growing areas in the country. Home to major corporations such as Walmart and Tyson Foods, as well as the University of Arkansas – Fayetteville; this area has become a major arts and culinary hub.

Visitors to the area will never lack for things to do. Whether you enjoy outdoor activities, world-class art galleries, or want to learn about some of America's greatest business success stories; Northwest Arkansas offers museums, galleries, and attractions that cater to your interests. Staying in Arkansas for a while? Check out the other things to do around Arkansas.

Northwest Arkansas Tourism

Many visitors to Northwest Arkansas focus on attractions in Bentonville (such as Crystal Bridges or the Walmart Museum) or the college town of Fayetteville. But don't ignore some of the gems in the smaller towns in the region. There's lots of history in this area.

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art: Don't let Bentonville's small town charm fool you. Within the city's borders is a world-class American Art Museum. Crystal Bridges offers an extensive selection of American Art, along with rotating exhibits and educational programs. Admission to the main galleries is always free; there is a charge for special exhibits and programs.

The Walmart Museum: Located directly on Bentonville's town square, the Walmart Museum offers an inside look at how one of the world's largest retailers got its start. Visitors can see photographs and artifacts from Walmart's early days, including a replica of Sam Walton's office. Attached to the museum is a "general store" that sells souvenirs and old-time candies, as well as a soda fountain. Admission is free. After a visit, tourists and locals alike can explore the downtown area, which is full of interesting boutiques, art galleries, restaurants, and bars.

Botanical Garden of the Ozarks: Visitors to Fayetteville will want to check out the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks. This is actually 12 different gardens, an arboretum, and a butterfly house. Garden staff are committed to promoting horticulture and conservation, and regularly offer classes and workshops for both adults and kids.

Daisy Airgun Museum: Visitors to the Daisy Airgun Museum in Rogers can learn about the history of the Daisy Airgun by viewing old models, as well as marketing materials and other ephemera.

Arkansas Country Doctor Museum: Located in the town of Lincoln, this unique museum preserves the history of rural healthcare. Housed in a building that served as both a medical clinic and a residence for the doctors, visitors will have the chance to learn about the development of modern medicine as it was offered in a small town.

Arts Center of the Ozarks: As the name suggests, this arts center showcases incredible area talent. The center is a venue for both music and theater productions, as well as fine arts exhibits. Classes and workshops are also offered.

Devil's Den State Park: This state park is located in Washington County and offers trails for mountain bikers and hikers alike. Both RV and tent camping are permitted, and there are several cabins available for rent.

Northwest Arkansas Naturals Baseball

The Northwest Arkansas Naturals are the Double-A Texas League affiliate of the Kansas City Royals and play at state-of-the-art Arvest Ballpark, located in Springdale. Home games are played at Arvest Ballpark in Springdale, AR. The Naturals play 70 home games per year beginning in April and ending in August.

A night at the ballpark is great family fun with special promotions throughout the week and a firework spectacular every Friday night. Visit our website,, for information on season tickets and ticket plans. You can purchase season tickets and group outings with the Naturals by calling (479) 927-4900.

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Cities/Towns covered in local Names and Numbers Phone Book: Arkansas – Appleby, Arnett, Avoca, Baldwin, Banyard, Beaty, Beaver Shores, Bella Vista, Bentonville, Bethel Heights, Black Oak, Blackburn, Blackjack Corner, Bloomfield, Blue Springs Village, Brentwood, Brightwater, Buckeye, Canehill, Cave Springs, Centerton, Cherokee City, Cincinnati, Clantonville, Clyde, Cross Hollow, Cross Roads, Decatur, Durham, Dutch Mills, Elkins, Elm Springs, Evansville, Farmington, Fayetteville, Floss, Frisco, Gallatin, Garfield, Gateway, Gentry, Georgetown, Goshen, Gravette, Greenland, Habberton, Harmon, Harris, Hartwell, Hazel Valley, Healing Springs, Hickory Creek, Hicks, Highfill, Hindsville, Hiwasse, Hogeye, Hubbard, Huntsville, Ionia, Japton, Johnson, Lake Frances, Larue, Lincoln, Little Flock, Logan, Lost Bridge Village, Lowell, Mason Valley, Mayfield, Maysville, McNair, Monte Ne Shores, Morrow, Nebo, Oak Grove, Odell, Onda, Osage Mills, Pea Ridge, Pedro, Pitkin Corner, Pleasure Heights, Prairie Creek, Prairie Grove, Ridge, Rhea, Rivercliff Estates, Robinson, Rogers, Roxton, Savoy, Seba, Siloam Springs, Skylight, Sonora, Spring Valley, Springdale, Springtown, Starks, Strickler, Sulphur City, Sulphur Springs, Summers, Sunset, Suttle, Thorney, Tolu, Tontitown, Tuttle, Vaughn, Viney Grove, Walnut Grove, War Eagle, Wedington, Wedington Woods, Wesley, West Fork, West Point, Wheeler, White Rock, Whitener, Winslow, Woolsey, Wyola, Wyman; Oklahoma – Watts, West Maysville, West Siloam Springs