Scott Family Amazeum
Kind-of a science activity center......great for young children to pre-teen age groups
So fun for kids and the smaller the better. Kids 2 & under even have their own little space where big kids are supposed to stay out!! Go learn in a very fun and interactive environment. Been once but it's been awhile, go again!! They have exhibits the back that change ever month or two.
Your kids will love you for taking them here! With an ever-changing interactive exhibition, you'll be in awe just watching them go and engage with no need for you to lead. Best for elementary/middle-school children.
It could be the greatest little museum ever. Kids of all ages can’t help but love this place.
Need something fun to burn off all that energy for the little ones? The Amazeum is just the place to go. Situated next door to Crystal Bridges, the Amazeum has something for all age groups. Most kids really enjoy the life size Walmart Semi-truck, or the interactive Grocery store. No kids? Once…
State of the Art Children's museum. Geared for ages 2-12 but all ages can enjoy. Learn through the art of play!
“The crown jewel of Northwest Arkansas! You must visit the Crystal Bridges museum even if you are not an art aficionado. The architecture of the museum and surrounding trails and landscape alone are reason enough to visit. Be sure to wear good walking shoes and allow time to visit the outdoor North Trail where more outdoor sculptures can be enjoyed. ”
“Check before you come and grab a concert!! The AMP is very nice for outdoor concerns.”
“When you want a nice dinner out for the evening, then this is the place you should go! The restaurant is located in a beautifully restored, historic church and the cuisine is locally sourced and gluten free, the braised pork shank is delicious”
“Iconic trail that begins in downtown Bentonville. Some more advanced trails.”
“The Walmart Museum is located right on the square. It’s actually the first location of Mr. Sam’s first 5 & 10 in the area. Stop in for old timey souvenirs and Walmart stuff. Don’t skip the 50’s style ice cream parlor!”