With eleven cities across four counties, downtowns in Northwest Arkansas come in many shapes and sizes.
Downtowns in Northwest Arkansas offer the perfect mix of big city fun and small town charm. Artsy, historic, vibrant, bike-centric – these distinctive downtowns are loved by locals and visitors alike!
This college town (Go Hogs!) has the historic downtown square and Dickson Street Entertainment District, complete with a thriving arts scene, bars & restaurants, live music and plenty of local shopping.
Springdale’s new Outdoor Dining District offers the best of revitalized downtown with bars, shops, Walter Turnbow Park and a growing collection of public art.
This bike-friendly downtown hosts The Walmart Museum, restaurants and lively experiences like the Art Market, the Farmers Market and First Friday events— all held on the historic square.
With shopping, pubs & breweries, Art on the Bricks and the new Railyard Park, historic downtown Rogers is also a dog-friendly downtown.
With the entire downtown on the National Register of Historic Places, Eureka Springs is home to working artists, quirky shops, sloping streets and not a big-box store in sight.
With beautiful parks, public art, outdoor dining and scenic Sager Creek, there’s lots to love in historic downtown Siloam Springs.
Take a walking tour of this quaint downtown and public square, which features museums, shops and throwbacks to yesteryear.