Ozark Folk Center - Arkansas's unique Ozark Folk Center State Park is America's only facility that works at preserving the Ozark heritage and presenting it in such an entertaining way. Tap your toes to mountain music, see blacksmithing, pottery making and over 18 other pioneer skills and crafts.
Siloam Springs Family Aquatic Center - Offers slides and their pools hold more than 300,000 gallons of water so you can have some fun in the sun!
Clinton House Museum - See Clinton's First Home. This unassuming house in Fayetteville is like many other homes that surround it. However, this home has a special place in history.
Arts Center of the Ozarks - The place for arts & entertainment of many varieties. They offer regular theater performances, gallery exhibits, classes, and other programs for schools and the community.
Imperial Dinner Theatre - Broadway quality shows in a fine dining atmosphere. The Imperial is home to The Imperial Players, the resident acting company, producing professional quality plays and musicals. Quality Dinner, quality Show.
Daisy Air Gun Museum - The Daisy brand name is a household word and the corporate headquarters for Daisy Manufacturing Company has been in Rogers since 1958. Now you can walk through the amazing history of this company at the Rogers Daisy Airgun Museum. Displays include items manufactured during World War II and the history of the air rifle from the 1700s to the present.
Terra Studios - Here, artisans produce glass and pottery homewares, gifts and fine art pieces. Terra visitors can stroll along the wooded paths through the mural garden, explore the pottery showroom and watch skilled glassworkers.
Bull Shoals Caverns - One of those special places in the Ozarks, a limestone cave formed 350 million years ago and still alive and growing today.
Eureka Springs & North Arkansas Railway - A great railroad show rolls out to thrill your whole family at ES&NA. The collection of vintage rolling stock at ES&NA is one of the Ozarks' largest, and all the authentic railroad memorabilia is here to re-create the turn-of-the-century era and give modern visitors a taste of how it was when rail service brought the first visitors to Eureka Springs in 1883.
Walton Arts Center - A non-profit arts organization located in the heart of Northwest Arkansas. This center brings great artists and entertainers from around the world to Northwest Arkansas, connecting and engaging people through inspiring arts experiences.
Rogers Little Theater - It may be little, but it is still sure to impress! Rogers Little Theater is home to several performances a year, featuring all of your favorites!
Lokomotion Family Fun Center - Features four go-cart race tracks for all ages, Nascar pro track, bumper boats, 2 miniature golf courses, laser tag, and 10,000 feet of exciting video arcade games!
Mountain Village 1890 - An historic re-creation of an Ozark settlement, is a living tribute to the pioneers who first settled this remote part of the country.
Arkansas Air Museum - The historic aircraft in the Arkansas Air Museum are unusual among museum exhibits because most of them still fly. From world-famous racing planes of the 1920s and 1930s to an early airliner, the planes are maintained in flying condition. Follow the colorful history of aviation in the state of Arkansas through numerous displays of original artifacts and aviation memorabilia.
Shiloh Museum of Ozark History - A regional history museum focusing on the Northwest Arkansas Ozarks. The museum takes its name from the pioneer community of Shiloh, which became Springdale in the 1870s.
Cosmic Cavern - One of Arkansas' hidden treasures. You will see 2 bottomless cave lakes during your 1hr and 15 minute tour. The first lake, South Lake, has had trout in it for nearly 50 years. Some trout have gone blind and most have lost their color. The bottom or end of these lakes have yet to be found.
Mystic Caverns - A commercially operated show cave located on the Newton County and Boone County line in North-Central Arkansas. Both educational and entertaining! Come and explore the caverns for yourself.
Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge - An animal lover's paradise. The collection includes over 100 large animals that have been rescued over the years, and include Lions, Tigers, Cougars, Leopards, Bears, Monkeys, Deer and Birds.
Wild Wilderness Drive Through Safari - The 400-acre safari is home to a variety of exotic animals. These animals are surrounded by a natural environment with a beautiful Arkansas landscape and several large ponds.
Blue Spring Heritage Center - Visit the historic bluff shelter, now on the National Register of Historic Places. Walk on ground that nurtured the Cherokee people during the Trail of Tears. Connect with the natural beauty of the native gardens. See the power and wonder of Blue Spring, pouring 38 million gallons of cold, clear water each day into its trout-filled lagoon.