History & Heritage
/ HISTORICAL SITES, MUSEUMS & MONUMENTS
DAISY AIRGUN MUSEUM 202 W. Walnut St., Rogers
daisymuseum.com / 479-986-6873 Enjoy a chronological presentation of Daisyâ€™s history and view the extensive collection of antique airguns, packaging and vintage advertisements. Baby Boomers can reminisce about their first Daisy BB gun and view the prototype from the classic movie A Christmas Story.
MUSEUM OF NATIVE AMERICAN HISTORY 202 S.W. O St., Bentonville Both pages left to right: Daisy Airgun Museum; Museum of Native American History; Clinton House Museum; The Walmart Museum
monah.us / 479-273-2456 Take a 14,000-year journey through five different periods of Native American history laid out in chronological order, starting
EUREKA SPRINGS HISTORICAL MUSEUM 95 S. Main St., Eureka Springs
eurekaspringshistoricalmuseum.org 479-253-9417 The Eureka Springs Historical Museum is located in the heart of the historic district in
with the first Americans through the early European influence. View some of the finest ancient artifacts of early man: brilliant headdresses, artistic effigy vessels, the famous Sweetwater Biface, and an Ice Age Wooly Mammoth. Audio wands are available for self-guided tours. Admission is free.
the Calif House, built in 1889. Its mission is to collect, preserve and exhibit the documents, photographs and artifacts pertaining to the history of Eureka Springs. See the colorful past of this unique town and the people who lived here through a fascinating collection of papers, photographs, mementos, official documents, home furnishings and other items on display.
THE PEEL MANSION MUSEUM & HERITAGE GARDENS
SILOAM SPRINGS MUSEUM
400 S. Walton Blvd., Bentonville
peelcompton.org / 479-254-3870
This Italianate mansion, built by Colonel
Undergoing an exciting expansion and
Samuel Peel in 1875, has been preserved as
renovation, the Siloam Springs Museum
a historic museum. Its grounds of historic
preserves, interprets and celebrates the
roses, perennials and native plants were
heritage of an area with a rich past. Here, you
once surrounded by 180 acres of apple
can explore permanent exhibits highlighting
trees. The mansion is available to rent for
Indian culture, pioneer life, medicine and
events and is a popular wedding venue.
many other facets of the cityâ€™s history.
112 N. Maxwell St., Siloam Springs
Both pages left to right: photos courtesy Visit Rogers; Visit Bentonville; Experience Fayetteville; Visit Bentonville