Behind the Mayberry good looks and idyllic town square is a growing city with international reach. Home to WalMart, the largest retailer in the world, Bentonville welcome millions of business travelers each year. The entrepreneurial spirit carries across the region with neighbors like Tyson Foods, J.B. Hunt, and the University of Arkansas.
Nestled along the foothills of the Ozark Mountains, Bentonville is the perfect homebase to explore all the outdoorsy goodness that Arkansas – aptly called “The Natural State” – has to offer. Whether on foot or two wheels, outdoorsy types relish the impressive network of hiking and biking paths, as well as world class all-terrain mountain bike trails. Foodies will appreciated the flourishing food scene, which earned a recent nod from the Washington Post.
The 2011 opening of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art quickly put Bentonville on the art world map. Travel + Leisure magazine named Bentonville on of the 12 “Hottest Travel Destinations of 2012” cementing Northwest Arkansas as a mecca for American Art enthusiasts. Neighboring towns provide endless enjoyable cultural experiences, including Eureka Springs’ incredible living arts culture, Fayetteville’s Walton Arts Center, and Springdale’s Art Center of the Ozarks.
No matter what brings you to our little corner of Northwest Arkansas, rest assured 21c is the perfect starting point for all your Bentonville adventures.