- TripBuzz found 72 things to do with kids in or near Fayetteville, Arkansas, including 48 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Rogers, Bentonville, Springdale and Siloam Springs.
- From Baum Stadium to Lake Fayetteville, the Fayetteville area offers 52 different types of family activities, including: Sports Stadiums (Professional), Movie Theaters, Other Entertainment and Sports Museums.
- The third largest city in Arkansas, Fayetteville is home to the state favorite University of Arkansas Razorbacks. A big part of the Civil War, Fayetteville has many war attractions including Dickson Street, which housed wounded troops, and a confederate cemetery. The famous Dickson Street is also the location of many modern venues of entertainment including bars, clubs, and performance halls.
At Tontitown Historical Museum, visitors can walk through one of the region's early settler's home. Visitors can learn about the wine industry in the town and view displays filled with historical artifacts.
A discount movie theater, Sunset Cinema displays second-run movies in nine auditoriums using digital projection. The theater offers a birthday party room, arcade games, curved screens and a concession area with food and drinks.
Murphy Memorial Dog Park is a Humane Society sponsored off-leash dog park. It offers dog toys and a bathtub for after-play washing, and has separate areas for small and large dogs, as well as a training yard.
An outdoor park, Rogers Aquatics Center provides for an array of water activities. Some play areas include a bucket dump, lazy river and sand volleyball court. The center is also a popular venue for swim meets and other competitions.
Featuring a small creek, Horsebarn Park can be used for picnics and basketball and offers visitors a playground, rain garden and walking trails. It also has restroom facilities and exercise, bike repair and doggie stations.
Many permanent exhibits compose the heart of the Rogers Historical Museum, which focuses on the history of the city itself and famous inhabitants. There is also an exhibit revolving around the Benton County Crime Stories.