The Walmart Museum is a wonderful display of the history of the largest private employer in the world. The collection features the office of Sam Walton, preserved as it was upon his death, Sam's truck, and many other interesting artifacts. Once through the museum, head to the Spark Cafe for a delicious milkshake!
Very informative, friendly staff. I enjoyed learning more about Sam Walton & the world's largest retailer, but especially enjoyed the old-fashioned shop at the beginning and the ice cream parlor at the end. 😀 The location on the Bentonville square (site of Walton's original 5&10) suffers from a lack of parking, but is very quaint.
Maybe I'm partial because of my love for Dan Walton, but I love this museum. There's info on the early years of Walmart. The people who started it. And the powerhouse for good that Walmart is now as the world's largest retailer. A fun atmosphere. Short video documentary/interview type films available to watch. We also love the gift shop with toys and candy from our childhoods to purchase. And the Spark Cafe to get a sitter yummy, super value in cost, Yarnell's ice cream cone.