Group-Friendly Attractions in Rogers

and Northwest Arkansas

Plan an outing for your group before or after your meeting or event with these quintessential Rogers, Arkansas attractions to suit a variety of ages and interests.


Rogers Attractions

Daisy Airgun Museum

  • Located in downtown Rogers, the museum preserves and promotes vintage Daisy products and artifacts, most known for the gun Ralphie asked for in A Christmas Story
Daisy Airgun Museum

Dave & Buster’s

  • Located at the Pinnacle Hills Promenade, play games, watch sports, and dine all in one place (Persons under 18 years old must be accompanied by a guardian age 25+ with a max of 6 persons per guardian)

Fast Lane Entertainment

  • Fun for any age! Bowling, Spin Zone Bumper Cars, Python Pit Roller Coaster, Mini Himalaya Ride, Play Structure, Arcade, Laser Tag, Atomic Rush, and full menu to include adult beverages.

Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area

  • Check out the Visitor Center with taxidermy mounts, exhibits, interactive computer screens, a gift shop, events daily, and classrooms for private events. At Hobbs State Park, visit the trails, camp, hike, mountain bike, or visit the shooting range.

HighRise Extreme Air Sports

  • Defy gravity as you jump during the open jump! Test your skills at the Ninja Obstacle Course, Extreme Dodgeball, AirDunk, Slackline, Trapeze, Aerial Silks, and the Foam Pit.

Rogers Aquatics Center

  • Located on three acres the park contains: a leisure pool, a six-lane competition pool, a 500-foot Lazy River, the Plunge Pool with a rock-climbing wall, the Tot Pool with a play structure, Splash Pad, two-speed slides, the Bowl Slide, an open Flume Slide, an enclosed Flume Slide, free parking, food service/concessions, pavilions, open pass (come and go as you wish)
Rogers Aquatic Center

War Eagle Cavern

  • Located just past the War Eagle Mill, at the Cavern you can explore the cave, pan for gems, get lost in the maze, visit the Moonshiners’ Mystery Shack, explore the Trading Post, and even go spelunking!


  • Newly opened, Topgolf is sure to be a favorite attraction for your group of co-workers, friends, or family with a high-tech driving range and swanky lounge with drinks and games.

Northwest Arkansas Attractions

Arkansas Missouri Railroad

  • Arkansas & Missouri Railroad’s special passenger train services offer you ‘A Window Seat to History’ — an opportunity to travel in the style of a bygone era. You can still enjoy the leisurely elegance of real train travel through the mountains and valleys of Northwest Arkansas.

Botanical Gardens of the Ozarks

  • Tour the gardens at your leisure or go on a guided tour.  Education sessions are available for all ages and the gardens has events year-round.

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

  • From permanent exhibits to visiting paintings and sculptures, Crystal Bridges is not to be missed! Pickup a free Family Guide for an interactive tour, stop by the Experience Art Studio for hands-on activities and games, and be sure to check out the calendar of events.
Crystal Bridges architecture

Museum of Native American History

  • The museum offers free self-guided tours allowing you to move through the museum at your pace. Visiting with a group over 15? Schedule a guided tour! Your group can even go arrowhead hunting while at the museum.
Museum of Native American History

Northwest Arkansas Naturals

  • Take in a minor league game at Arvest Ballpark located in Springdale, Arkansas. Check the schedule for the upcoming promotions and theme nights.  *Season runs April – September at Labor Day*

Siloam Springs Kayak Park

  • Must see for water-loving groups! Try your skills at the rapids as well as standing waves for paddlers and floaters. Great for kayaks, tubes, and canoes.

Terra Studios

  • Your creativity will shine at Terra Studios! Book a field trip, art party, or teambuilding event. Terra Studios offers unique, fun-filled settings to learn and bring out your creativity.

The Walmart Museum

  • Tour the museum to learn the history of Walmart and Sam Walton. Self-guided tour that takes your through the decades of Walmart to where we are now. End your tour at the old-fashioned soda fountain, The Spark Café!

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