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Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville presents
international performing artists and
blend of urban
Broadway productions in its newly expanded
venue. And, the Walmart AMP in Rogers,
Arkansas largest outdoor concert venue, is
charm. From the
kicking off a $13.9 million expansion to take
programming into the next decade.
Bridges Museum of American Art, with rotating exhibitions and free admission to a permanent collection of American masterpieces, to the breathtaking beauty of the Ozark Mountains, this region is truly hard to beat. With four counties, 10 diverse cities, and hundreds of attractions in between, this is one
THE PERFECT BLEND OF
URBAN SOPHISTICATION &
coolest, hippest, most underrated and the
best places to live and visit.
Northwest Arkansas is also home to the
of the most sought-after travel destinations in the U.S. In the last few years alone, Northwest Arkansas has been recognized among the
much-loved arts city of Eureka Springs, a No visit is complete without a stop in
quirky Victorian-style hamlet with eclectic
Bentonville at the Crystal Bridges museum,
shops, galleries and eateries, and an entire
which is also opening a brand-new multi-
downtown that is on the National Register
disciplinary contemporary arts space in 2020
of Historic Places.
called The Momentary. If youâ€™re looking to experience our hands-on maker movement,
Have fun playing, staying and eating
visit the nearby Scott Family Amazeum
throughout the region during annual culinary
interactive museum for children and families.
fests, art strolls and outdoor music festivals.
Clockwise from the top: Bentonville Dining; Walton Arts Center in Fayetteviie; Mardi Gras in Downtown Eureka Springs
Clockwise from the top: photos courtesy Arkansas Department of Parks & Tourism; Walton Arts Center; Eureka Springs A&P
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