- Our list of the best things to do in Bentonville, Arkansas, features the top 89 nearby activities — including 53 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Bentonville, AR has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Entertainment & Shows, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 18 things to do within the city of Bentonville, AR , followed by 71 popular activities in nearby cities, including Fayetteville, Rogers, Springdale, Siloam Springs, Eureka Springs, Beaver, Garfield, Noel and Sulphur Springs
98% 86 votes
954 Hwy. 59 South, Noel, MO 64854 MoreLess Info
In 1927, Arthur Browning discovered the cave along with two road surveyors. They started to explore the area and discovered many underground rooms that were connected together, and the Browning family still operates this cave.
Located in Northwest Arkansas is the modernly designed Sassafras Springs Vineyard. The luxury vineyard and winery offers a selection of fine wines as well as event rental space, horse stables and a chapel.
The premier destination for theater arts in northwestern Arkansas, the Walton Arts Center presents world class performances throughout the year. The most popular productions include musicals, ballets and modern dance performances.
Situated on the coast of its namesake, Beaver Lake State Park spans more than 12,000 acres. Outdoor enthusiasts flock to the park because of its diverse wildlife, placid streams, beautiful waterfalls and huge trees.
97% 99 votes
20201 East Highway 12, Rogers, AR 72756 MoreLess Info
The largest Arkansas state park in terms of overall land area is the Hobbs State Park Conservation Area which covers 12,056 acres. The park contains a large visitor center with interactive kiosks, retail sales area, and classroom space.
Made of 194 acres of water and 458 acres of land, the Lake Fayetteville is mostly utilized for recreation purposes. There is a boat dock and marina, softball complex, Botanical Garden of the Ozarks, and the Veterans Memorial Park.
94% 83 votes
350 N Razorback Rd, Fayetteville, AR 72701 MoreLess Info
Serving as the home football stadium for the University of Arkansas Razorbacks, the Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium has a base capacity of 72,000 which is expandable to 80,000. The stadium was named after an American philanthropist and businessman.
This is the twenty-third state park of Arkansas when it opened in 1967 but in 2008, it has become the newest state park of Arkansas when it re-opened in a new location with entirely new facilities which includes among others a HD satellite TV.