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Discover historic Northwest Arkansas! The Rogers Historical Museum offers step-on and other guided tours of Rogers and surrounding areas for group tour operators. Large group tours are booked by reservation only. Reservations must be made at least 60 days before date of arrival. Itineraries are custom designed to fit tour schedules and themes. Step-on guide and other fees vary according to group size and time of tour. By working in concert with the Rogers-Lowell Chamber of Commerce and other museums and historic sites in our area, the museum can offer your group an unforgettable heritage tourism experience.

Popular tour themes include:

Backyard Billionaires
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Northwest Arkansas is an exciting place to visit! The dynamic effects of a booming economy set the stage for an interesting tour of the hometowns of Wal*Mart, Tyson Foods, and trucking giant J. B. Hunt. This tour led by fifth-generation resident Monte Harris includes personal observations and light-hearted stories of growing up in the shadow of world-class corporate giants.

The Civil War in Northwest Arkansas

Experience an up close and personal look at battlefield sites and historic houses as you travel the old roads where history was made. The tour led by Monte Harris will share soldier and civilian stories of life in Northwest Arkansas during the Civil War years.

For more information or to book a tour, contact Monte at 479-621-1154 or mharris@rogersark.org.

Rogers Convention & Visitor Bureau can also supply more info.
 

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