Fayetteville MuseumsArkansas Air Museum
Relive the barnstorming days of early aviation with the Museum's collection of aircraft from the 1920s through the 1940s. See a World War I fighter plane, next to the sleek "Mystery Ship", winner of the 1929 National Air Race and star of two movies. Choose a self-guided tour or arrange for your group to have a guide explain all the exhibits.
Address: 4290 S. School, next to Drake Field
Arkansas Country Doctor Museum
The museum was established to honor the heroic achievements and selfless service of Arkansas country doctors, including the three doctors who lived and worked on the museum premises from 1936-1973. The clinic and private home used by these doctors now house the museum's diverse collections of medical instruments, including an iron lung, a dental chair and equipment from the 1930's. Open Wed-Sat 1:00pm-4:00pm Admission is free.
Address: 109 N. Starr Ave.
Clinton House Museum
Clinton House Museum - This 1930s English-style bungalow was the first home and wedding site of Bill and Hillary Clinton. Showcasing the life and times of the Clintons during their years in Fayetteville, the museum features photographic and memorabilia displays, including vintage campaign materials, and gift shop. Available for public tours, small meetings, receptions and weddings. .
Address: 930 W. Clinton Drive (formerly California Blvd).
Jerry Jones-Jim Lindsey Hall of Champions
This fabulous two-story atrium is located inside the Broyles Athletic Center, at the north end of the football stadium. It houses displays and video screens which tell the triumphant history of more than 100 years of Razorback football.
Address: UA Campus, Maple and Razorback Road
Ozark Military Museum
The museum has 15 military vehicles including three models of the familiar Willys Jeep, WWII WC-54 Ambulance, Korean M37 3/4-ton cargo truck, 2 1/2-ton 6x6 cargo truck used in Desert Storm, and a British Ferret light armored scott car. The museum has two flying aircraft. The first is a WWII Aeronca L-3 observation aircraft. The second is the Beech 3NM (Twin Beech) know as the "CANADIAN QUEEN" which served in the Royal Canadian Air Force from 1952 to 1967. The museum also has 12 static and restoration project aircraft. Some of these aircraft include UH-1 Huey, A-7 Corsair II, T-2 Buckeye, T-33, SNJ, NE-1, L-13 restoration, and JRB restoration. Some artifacts on display include a Civil War tent stove, gas mask, items from the Home front WWII, WWII German daggers, WWII helmets, and unit patches.
Address: 4360 S. School Ave
Pea Ridge National Military Park
The Civil War battle, one of the largest west of the Mississippi River, fought on this site marked the successful end of a campaign to secure the upper reaches of the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers, and to keep the state of Missouri under federal control. The park is 30 miles north of Fayetteville. Visitors center offers a video, museum, gift shop. Self-guided auto tour features markers and audio descriptions of the battlefield. There is also a hiking trail and a horse trail.
Address: Hwy 62 North
Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park
This 130-acre state park is the site of a major Civil War battle in which more than 20,000 Confederate and Union soldiers fought for military control of Northwest Arkansas. It offers visitors a unique view of the Civil War and its effect on the people of the Ozarks. The park is located 13 miles west of Fayetteville. Also, there is a 1 mile walking trail and a 6.5 mile driving tour as well as a home tour. For program information call the park office.
Address: Hwy 62 West
Rogers Daisy Airgun Museum
Tues-Sat 10:00am-5:00pm The Rogers Daisy Airgun Museum is an exciting attraction for all ages. Older visitors like to see the models they remember from their youth. Younger visitors delight in discovering the very latest Daisy airguns, ammo, and accessories. The gift shop has something for everyone - including limited edition items that are only available for purchase at this museum shop.
Address: 202 W. Walnut
Rogers Historical Museum
Open Tues-Sat 10:00am-4:00pm Closed on major holidays Free admission Featuring: The Attic - Experience the past in a museum within the museum, designed for hands-on fun for all ages. The 1895 Hawkins House - Step into the early 1900s with a guided tour. First Street - A fun filled re-creation of a downtown of yesteryear. Youngsters will expecially enjoy the "please touch" shelf.
Address: 322 South Second St.
Shiloh Museum of Ozark History
The Shiloh Museum of Ozark History is a regional history museum which serves the public by providing resources for finding meaning, enjoyment, and inspiration in the exploration of the Arkansas Ozarks. Open Mon-Sat 10:00am-5:00pm Closed Sundays, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day. Free admission
Address: 118 West Johnson Ave.
Tommy Boyer Hall of Champions
This exciting sports museum is located inside the impressive Bud Walton Arena. View the highlights of a proud tradition of baseball, basketball, track and field, an other sports through colorful displays and interactive video.
Address: UA Campus- Walton Arena, Leroy Pond Drive
Wal-Mart Visitor's Center
Located in Sam Walton's original Bentonville variety store, the center traces the origin and growth of Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. The center was created as an educational and informative facility for those interested in this American retailing success story. Open Tues-Sat 9:00am-5:00pm Closed July 4th, Thanksgiving, Christmas,and New Year's Day Free admission
Address: 105 North Main