Arts & Culture
While we want your business expansion or relocation decision to be sound, we want you to know that the community culture, amenities and livability of Bentonville are also making noise. The location of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art has transformed the landscape of our city with a magnitude as great as the art produced by some of our nation’s most iconic artists. Not only are residents and visitors able to explore the grounds surrounding Crystal Bridges in order to fully realize the architectural significance of the museum, but patrons are also able to take advantage of the many educational opportunities available at the museum.
With a resurgence of community pride and energy, Bentonville’s many other attractions include the Scott Family Amazeum, the Walmart Museum, 21c Museum Hotel, the Peel Mansion & Heritage Gardens, the Museum of Native American History, the Crystal Bridges Trail and the Compton Gardens and Conference Center.
Our exceptional local food and restaurant atmosphere as well as local and regional entertainment and sporting events will keep your employees, visitors, customers and friends as active as they choose. With many restaurants embodying the farm to table movement, Bentonville has an active food truck scene that draws the community together around the Square.
Learn more about other attractions, the Bentonville Film Festival, biking trails and events, historic sites and other events by clicking on the links below.
The ripples from dropping Crystal Bridges into the still pond of Bentonville have extended to Fayetteville, the university town in thrall to Razorback sports a half hour south, and to Eureka Springs, a longtime counterculture hamlet an hour east through the Ozarks.
Lean back and enjoy local and traveling musicians belting out bluegrass, folk and edgy Americana songs.
Launched last year by Academy Award-winning actress Geena Davis, the five-day run [of the Bentonville Film Festival] champions diverse voices in media with a keen focus on women and minorities.
On Bike to Work Day, Walmart hosts guided rides from all over the Bentonville community to the home office, so that beginning cyclists feel better about making their first commute.