From Eureka Springs to Bentonville- Northwest Arkansas is full of vibrant towns and culture. Regularly listed as one of the best places to work and play in the United States, NWA is the perfect place to explore arts, history and cuisine.
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Historic Eureka Springs
Eureka Springs, Arkansas has flair like no other town. In fact, the National Trust for Historic Preservation named Eureka Springs as one of its "Dozen Distinctive Destinations." Streets are lined with Victorian homes hugging cliff sides, and the entire downtown area is on the National Register of Historic Places. Explore unique shopping and enjoy the numerous restaurants.
Pea Ridge was the most pivotal Civil War battle west of the Mississippi River and is one of the most intact Civil War battlefields in the United States. This 4,300-acre national historic site includes a seven-mile, self-guided auto tour road with 10 stops.
A new landmark in American art, the Crystal Bridges Museum draws visitors from across the globe. Nestled among the natural springs and beautiful scenery of Northwest Arkansas and housing wondrous collections of fine American art spanning five centuries. Enjoy nature with five miles of walking and biking trails, admiring sculptures along the way or touring a Frank Lloyd Wright-designed house.
Kids & Families
Just down Hwy 12, War Eagle Cavern is a pristine natural cavern with guided tours available, plus scenic forest trails with waterfalls.
The Scott Family Amazeum in Bentonville features interactive arts and science exhibits and unique "pop-up" activities.
Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge is home to various exotic and native animals featuring open air guided tram tours.
WAR EAGLE MILL
The War Eagle Mill is a working gristmill that was originally built in 1832. The mill houses a store that sells organic grain, cereal and flour products on site. War Eagle Mill annually hosts the best craft fair in the country the 3rd week of October.