A Devine DestinationThis amazing journey through the Ozarks will take your breath away as you experience big cats at one of the largest animal sanctuaries, Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge. ReliveThe Greatest Story Ever Told with a behind the scenes tour of the number one outdoor drama, The Great Passion Play, and explore local artisans in historic downtown Eureka Springs. Everyone is flocking to Bentonville to see one-of-a-kind artwork and Frank Lloyd Wright’s Bachman-Wilson house at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. Sam Walton’s WalMart Museum offers a glimpse of how this global empire changed the world.
- Tour departs Branson at 8:00am (CT) on Wednesday, March 15, 2017
- Tour ends in Branson at 12:00pm (CT) on Saturday, March 18, 2017
- Cities include: Eureka Springs, Bentonville, Rogers & Bella Vista, AR
The Great Passion PlayThis outdoor drama depicts the last week of Christ’s life on earth portrayed by a dramatic cast and live animals, and performed in a 4,100-seat outdoor amphitheater. Special behind the scenes tours are available for groups!
Turpentine Creek Wildlife RefugeTurpentine Creek is home to approximately 100 exotic and native animals. This facility is one of the largest and most well-respected Big Cat sanctuaries in North America. A non-profit organization providing compassionate care and a lifetime home to neglected and abused victims of the exotic pet trade.
WalMart MuseumBentonville is where everything began for Sam Walton. The WalMart Museum features Sam Walton’s Medal of Freedom, original office and Mr. Sam’s iconic 1979 Ford F150 pickup truck. Guests can learn how one simple store in Northwest Arkansas turned into a global empire.
21C Museum Hotel21c Museum Hotel Bentonville is a 104-room boutique hotel, contemporary art museum, cultural civic center, and home to The Hive restaurant.
Crystal Bridges Museum of American ArtCrystal Bridges Museum of American Art houses a permanent collection of American art masterworks from the colonial era to modern day, and touring collections from national art institutions.
Museum of Native American HistoryTake a 14,000 year journey through America's past. View some of the finest ancient artifacts of early man: brilliant headdresses, artistic effigy vessels, the famous Sweetwater Biface, and an Ice Age Wooly Mammoth.
Peel Mansion Museum & Heritage GardensAn unique Italianate villa built in 1875 by Col. Sam Peel, a prominent early figure in Bentonville history.
Daisy Airgun MuseumDaisy Manufacturing Company, Inc. is the world's oldest and largest manufacturer of airguns. One gun, more than any other, played a major role in making Daisy the household name it is today. Introduced in 1939, the Daisy Red Ryder has sold over 9 million units, easily making it the most famous BB gun ever built.
AG Russell KnivesVisit the store front location and learn about this family’s unique approach to creating/selling various types of knives.