- The list below includes 75 free or cheap things to do in or near Bentonville, Arkansas, including 51 different types of inexpensive activities like Specialty Museums, Skating Rinks, Hiking Trails and Bowling.
- From Slaughter Pen Hollow Multi-Use Trail System to Compton Garden, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Bentonville and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Fayetteville, Rogers, Springdale and Eureka Springs.
The Har-Ber Village acts as a living museum of pioneer history with a Visitor Center and a gift shop known as The Country Store. Several historic buildings were relocated on the grounds, and there are exhibits featuring collectibles and antiques which can be used in demonstrations and programs.
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6386 N. Hwy 21, Berryville, AR 72616 MoreLess Info
Cosmic Cavern is a limestone cave which is one of Arkansas' hidden treasures. One section of the cave called Silent Splendor has the longest soda straw formation hanging up to nine feet in length. Cosmic Cavern has two bottomless cave lakes. Divers have never found the bottoms.
Persimmon Hill Farm raises berries, fruits and mushrooms farm on their farm near the shores of Table Rock Lake. Visitors can eat in the restaurant overlooking the blueberry fields, as well as shop for gourmet gifts in the gift store.
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55251 E Hwy 85A, Afton, OK 74331 MoreLess Info
At Darryl Starbird's Rod & Custom Hall of Fame Museum, visitors can see over 50 custom-built vehicles. The site offers tours of the location and the ability to purchase souvenirs at the gift shop.
Started by John L. Morris, the founder of Pro Bass, Dogwood Canyons is 10,000 acres wildlife preserve with longhorns, elk, and bison. Visitors can ride a wildlife tram, ride horses on the trails, walk trails, bike trails, and fly fish, as well as have ceremonies in the wilderness chapel.
Artist Point features breathtaking view from its observation deck. The gift shop has a variety of items, including handmade dolls, Indian artifacts, homemade jams and jellies which are all produced by local craftsmen.
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.
A rock formation jutting out from the bluff's face resembling a hawk's beak overlooks Whitaker Creek and a stretch of valley. It is possibly the most photographed spot in the Arkansas outdoors. It's also ideal for photo shoots at sunrise or sunset.