- TripBuzz discovered 53 different types of activities for couples in the Bentonville area, including Specialty Museums (like Walmart Visitor Center), Skating Rinks (like Lawrence Plaza Ice Rink and Splash Park), Hiking Trails (like Slaughter Pen Hollow Multi-Use Trail System) and Amusement Parks (All Ages) (like Ominous Haunted House), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 71 date ideas in or near Bentonville, Arkansas, including 56 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Fayetteville, Rogers, Springdale and Eureka Springs.
With interlacing trails and paths, visitors at Compton Garden can browse the gardens with labeled plants indicating its species and history. The garden features native plants and has a bridge for visitors to walk on.
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7640 SW Regional Airport Blvd, Bentonville, AR 72712 MoreLess Info
Bentonville's Ominous Haunted House is a horror attraction that features a large costumed cast and a variety of scenes, set pieces, and special effects. Priding itself on being a homemade, backwoods attraction, it mixes scares with a touch of humor.
97% 2997 votes
600 Museum Way, Bentonville, AR 72712 MoreLess Info
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art is not only a museum, but also a park. It is named after the spring which feeds the site's ponds. Besides the art galleries, it also has a library, a restaurant and themed hiking trails.
With ice skating during the winter and water features during the summer, the Lawrence Plaza Ice Rink and Splash Park has activities for all year round. Refreshment stands are available in the park, including shaved ice.
Bentonville Bowling Center is an alcohol and smoke-free family oriented bowling alley. They feature 20 lanes, automatic bumpers for kids, and automated scoring. Bentonville Bowling has leagues for all ages and levels, including daytime leagues for seniors.
92% 63 votes
600 Museum Way, Crystal Bridges - Museum of American Art, Bentonville, AR 72712 MoreLess Info
Leo Villareal's Buckyball is part of the permanent collection of the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. The thirty foot sculpture is covered in LED tubes that randomly change and is surrounded by reclined benches to facilitate night viewing.