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Museum of Native American History

 202 SW 'O' Street  Bentonville, AR 72712  (479) 273-2456



Hours of Operation:


Monday - Saturday


   The Museum of Native American History invites you to "Walk Through America's Past," where we will  give you a glimpse into what life was like for America's first inhabitants.  The museum is divided into five different time periods that will guide you through the constant changing lives of the Native Americans, as seen through their artifacts . Our displays feature relics that date from over 14,000 years old to historic times.  Come visit our museum and enjoy seeing some of the finest treasures ever created by early craftsmen.

Schools and groups are welcomed, call to make reservations. Handicap Accessible


For more information, Contact Us, Email, or Call (479) 273-2456







  •  Matt Rowe's new book "The Museum of Native American History: a pictorial Journey" is out!! You can get it on Amazon, or here

  • Research Library - The museum now has a large reference libary from the late Lar Hothem collection. You can view a list of the publications here. .PDF or Excel formats.

  • IR Raman Report - a double blind study on the IR Raman Laser - Dr. Charles McNutt, Dr. James Cherry & David Walley. Download here
  • Woolly Mammoth - Come see our latest addition, a real Siberian Woolly Mammoth. You can view images of the mammoth project here.

Your Personal Tour

Your personal tour starts with individual Audio Wands provided at the front door! Learn More

Learning the Facts

Whether the first Americans originally entered the continent by land or by sea, evidence of their existence on the continent is found in the tools, weapons, and ornaments they left behind. Learn More









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