“Bentonville has many exciting experiences for group tours in 2021! Experience art and culture at the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art and The Momentary. Book historic visits to The Walmart Museum and Peel Mansion. Enjoy fresh air on our various trails and native gardens filled with public art. No matter the time of year, Bentonville is here for you to explore.”

—Amanda Khanga, group tours manager, Visit Bentonville


The Walmart Museum. Credit: ©Don Shreve, Shreve Imaging, LLC

Located in the first established county in Arkansas, Bentonville is home to a number of historic sites and experiences. Walmart’s beginnings are traced back to Arkansas and can be discovered at The Walmart Museum. See exhibits highlighting founder Sam Walton all the way through the 21st century. For groups larger than four, call the museum to inquire about reservations.

Temporarily closed due to COVID-19, the Museum of Native American History houses over 10,000 Native American artifacts and features exhibits highlighting 12,000 years of history.

Bentonville is riddled with tales of the Spanish conquistadors — who legend says left treasure in a local Ozark cave. Groups can tour Old Spanish Treasure Cave and learn about the legend as well as marvel at a geographical wonder.


Considered the Mountain Biking Capital of the World, groups will love the unending natural beauty that is Bentonville. The Bentonville trail system consists of three looped trails connecting Memorial Park, Lake Bella Vista and Park Springs Park.

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. Credit: Momentary

Celebrate art and nature at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. Both the indoor galleries and outdoor exhibits feature a variety of art forms. The grounds include the Frank Lloyd Wright Bachman-Wilson House, while the main building itself was designed by world-renowned architect Moshe Safdie. Crystal Bridges is currently open to the public but is temporarily suspending guided group tours.

For more information, call 479-271-9153 or go to visitbentonville.com.