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War Eagle Mill/War Eagle Bridge

Contains a working water-powered grist mill, restaurant and gift shop.

Rogers, AR History

Beaver Lake

28,000 acres of clear water attract thousands of water sports lovers, fishermen, hikers, birdwatchers. Located in the Ozark Highlands near Rogers, Eureka Springs, Springdale, Fayetteville. Forests, tall bluffs, meadows crisscrossed by hiking trails. Boat docks, camping, parks, swimming, fishing.

Rogers, AR Recreation

Edith's Costume Jewelry Museum

Directions: Corner of Moberly and Del White Over 9,000 pieces of costume jewelry are featured in three rooms. They include such brand names as Coro, Sarah Coventry, Monet, Napier, Judy Lee, and more.

Bentonville, AR Museums

Compton Gardens

Gardens including 6.5 acres of native plants, state champion trees, streams, bridges, and walking trails;

Bentonville, AR Gardens

Rogers Little Theater

Dinner theater, concerts and children's shows at Victory Theater.

Rogers, AR Theatres

Confederate Monument

Located on the Bentonville Square, surrounded by a fountain.

Bentonville, AR Monuments

Sager Creek Arts Center

Drama, music, dance, visual arts, literature and children's threater. Includes works by area artists showcased in a historic 1921 church.

Siloam Springs, AR Arts

Center for the Arts in Northwest Arkansas

Musical performances, theatrical productions, visual arts, additional cultural events; call for hours of operation

Bentonville, AR Arts

Rogers Historical Museum

Guided tours of the historic 1895 Hawkins House, plus exhibits on local history. "The Attic"

Rogers, AR Museums

Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area

A limited development of 11,964 acres of natural park along the southern shore of Beaver Lake. Two hiking trails, one with primitive campsites near Beaver Lake; 100-yard all-weather public firing range; regulated seasonal hunting; Van Winkle historical site;

Rogers, AR State Parks

Peel House Museum & Historical Garden

Directions: U.S. 71B An Italianate villa built in 1875 by Col. Sam Peel, a prominent early figure in Bentonville history. Restored mansion and gardens open to the public; on-site preservation library.

Bentonville, AR Museums

Siloam Springs Museum

Directions: Follow signs from Broadway or Mt. Olive. Pioneer artifacts, documents, vintage clothing

Siloam Springs, AR Museums

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