Whether for research, education or thought-provoking entertainment, visitors will find countless ways to relive defining moments in history during their visits to Northwest Arkansas Museums. From world-class art to interactive children’s exhibits and natural history, there are options for everyone.
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art hosts a year-round schedule of traveling and temporary exhibitions at its world-class museum.
The Momentary is the sister museum of Crystal Bridges. It brings contemporary visual, performing and culinary arts into a welcoming downtown space.
The Walmart Museum features Walton’s 5&10, a world-class exhibit gallery and The Spark Café Soda Fountain.
The Museum of Native American History’s mission is to educate future generations about the lives of the First Americans. The museum provides a cultural hub to amplify the voices of the their legacy.
Daisy Airgun Museum
Located in downtown Rogers the museum preserves and promotes vintage products and artifacts of the historic Daisy company.
In addition to museum exhibits highlighting Ozark history, visitors can explore six historic buildings on the museum grounds.
The Shiloh Museum of Ozark History offers permanent, temporary, and online exhibits exploring the Arkansas Ozarks. Exhibits include hands-on activities, video clips, music, try-on clothes, and accessibility for all.
Take a guided tour of the 1895 Hawkins House or stroll through the galleries at your own pace. Children can play in “Grandma’s Attic.” The museum is free, open Monday through Saturday.
Learn about the natural world and outdoor recreation at this 32,000 square foot facility on over 61 acres.
Located on the historic downtown square, this museum features a real moonshine still, funeral parlor scene, one-room school, an old general store and a local genealogy library.
The Arkansas Air & Military Museum contains public displays of aircraft, aviation artifacts, and military memorabilia from the past to the present.