TripBuzz found 44 things to do indoors in the Bentonville area. From Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art to Art, Bentonville offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 33 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
There are 30 different types of things to do inside in or near Bentonville, Arkansas. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Specialty Museums, Bowling, Art Gallery and Art Museum.
There are 8 indoor activities in Bentonville, and 36 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Fayetteville, Springdale, Rogers and Siloam Springs.
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.
Featuring the work of local artist, Becky Christenson, ART showcases paintings, sculptures, and plaques for visitors to enjoy. The artists is well known for her ceramic pieces with the subject of nature.
The museum gives visitors a glimpse into the life of the first American inhabitants. It is divided into different time periods depicting the changing lives of Native Americans which can be seen through their artifacts.
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.
When it was opened in 1950, this shop was the first Wallmart in the world. Nowadays Walmart Visitor Center acts as both a museum exhibiting a gallery which depicts the life of Sam Walton, and a Spark Cafe Soda Fountain, where the visitor can enjoy a wide variety of refreshments.
Situated within the original town where Sam Walton opened his first store, the Walmart Museum has an exhibit gallery, Spark Cafe Soda Fountain, and even a real Walton's 5&10. The museum is family friendly with interactive exhibits and activities.
Built in 1875 by Colonel Samuel West Peel, the mansion and its historic gardens serve as a living display of that period. The garden is an outdoor museum of heritage roses, native plants, and many heirloom varieties of plants that are not usually seen anymore.
A community park on 73 acres, Bentonville Memorial Park provides facilities for sports including tennis, volleyball, basketball, softball, baseball and soccer. It has playgrounds, a skate park, a pavilion and walking paths as well as a memorial to fallen soldiers.
A 12-screen movie theater, Rogers Towne Cinema displays first-run feature films with Dolby Digital sound. The theater offers stadium seating, self-service ticketing, arcade games, rocking chairs and a concession area with food and drinks.