Whether you’re arriving early, staying late or finding yourself with some free time during the conference, there are so many amazing places to experience in Bentonville.
See how it all began by making your way through the Walmart museum. See Sam Walton's office recreated the way it was left when he died.
Ride, run or walk to Airship Coffee at Coler Mountain Bike Preserve. Get there via the "Oscars's Loop" trail or take a scenic detour by foot or bike on "Esther's Loop"!
Explore a 12-acre wetland system by foot or bike on Osage Park’s boardwalks. You can also check out the Quiver Archery Range for a downtime activity.
A stunningly peaceful sanctuary celebrating the rich history of Ozark horticulture, Compton Gardens are a greenspace paradise in the heart of Downtown Bentonville.
Known for its atmosphere, pizza and espresso, the Meteor Cafe is the perfect place to have a morning meeting or grab lunch.
Start your ride from the heart of Bentonville at the trailhead in Compton Gardens across the street from Wright's BBQ. Ride the stone berms and cruise along the “All American” trail to explore one of Bentonville’s first mountain bike trail systems.
From exploring the galleries and outdoor artworks, to catching a performance, to enjoying a savory bite or refreshing drink, there’s something for everyone to discover at the Momentary.
The official lodging of SHIFT‘22, the 21c Museum Hotel is home to a stunning art museum and The Hive, a restaurant whose chef has been a multi-time James Beard nominee.
Stop by Bentonville’s community-focused food hub, where a spirit of creativity meets entrepreneurship. Grab a sweet treat at Markham and Fitz, a post-ride beverage at Bike Rack Brewing and more.
Start your morning off right with a stop at Onyx Coffee Lab, one of Bentonville’s best spots to grab a cup of coffee.
Combining retail, food, coffee, cocktails, beer and bikes, the Hub is the perfect gathering place to begin or end any riding adventure.
Visit the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Arts and check out their latest exhibits, eat at the Eleven restaurant, spend some quiet time in their third floor library or walk the art trail.
Take a 14,000 year journey when you visit Bentonville's Free Museum of Native American History to see over 10,000 Native American artifacts! In addition to several other collections, featured items include artifacts donated or loaned to the museum from founder and registered Cherokee Nation member, David Bogle.