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Looking for something new and fun to do in Rogers? Downtown Rogers has many opportunities to experience the best of what this wonderful city has to offer in terms of creative, fun things to do. There are painting and cooking classes and so much more.

Below are the Top 10 Downtown Rogers Experiences that will get your creative juices flowing.

Honeycomb Kitchen Shop
213 W. Walnut, (479) 340-1022

Besides offering high quality cooking utensils, cookware, tools and other supplies, Honeycomb Kitchen Shop also offers cooking classes in collaboration with the rich culinary talent of Northwest Arkansas. If you have any interest in cooking at all, you must visit this amazing shop.

Brick Street Brews
208 W Walnut St, (479) 633-8483

Offers local and regional Arkansas craft beer and wines from around the world. Great place to kick back with friends, have a few cold ones or a couple glasses of wine and listen to some killer music. The bartenders are both friendly and professional at this neighborhood beer pub. No food is served.

Daisy Airgun Museum
202 W Walnut St, (479) 986-6873

The Rogers Daisy Airgun Museum is home to both the Daisy Air Rifle and the Daisy BB Gun. People of all ages enjoy this amazing collection. Older visitors can enjoy the Daisy models they used when they were young, and youths get to see the latest in fascinating air guns, ammo and accessories. The gift shop has a limited selection of items that can only be purchased from the museum gift shop.

Urban Tub
111 W. Walnut St, (479) 228-1930

A delightful shop where you can custom create scented products for your home including products for men, women and your pets. With more than 140 fragrances to choose from, a custom scent made just for you will be a snap.

Rogers Experimental House
121 W Walnut St, (479) 202-8631

Rogers Historical Museum
322 s. 2nd. St, (479) 621-1154

With a focus on Northwest Arkansas history, this beautiful little museum has hands-on exhibits, family-friendly galleries, and also other wonderful programs. Housed within the museum is a small souvenir shop. Great place to take the kids and visitors to the area.

The Gathering
116 South First St, (479) 636-3385

Offers Knitting and Crochet classes, has yarns, wools, patterns, samples and much, much more. If you are interested in learning either of these exciting hobbies, this may be just the place for you.

Cooking Studio of Downtown Rogers
113 S. 2nd St, (479) 381-1288

Open for lunch 11 – 2, Tuesday – Wednesday, special events, catering and monthly cooking classes giver by Chef Sheila and her team. During the classes, watch food being prepared, ask questions and take home recipes.

Lake Atalanta Park
500 East Walnut

If you haven’t been to Lake Atalanta Park, you’re missing out. It has many outdoor activities for every age group to enjoy. Beautiful trails, handy pavilions, fun playgrounds, a bike park and off-road mountain biking trails for all cyclists to enjoy regardless of your skill level. Park hours are from 6:00 am – 9:00 pm.

Timberwolf Sawmill
219 E Locust St, (479) 799-1751


Woof and Wander, Canine Pantry & Outfitters
107 W Elm St, (479) 877-1809