Lowell is a city in Benton County, Arkansas, in the United States. Located within the Ozarks, first settlement was along Old Wire Road in the 1840s, and although destroyed during the Civil War, the community was reestablished by J. H. McClure and thrived when the St. Louis–San Francisco Railway came through the area in the 1880s. Today, the city is a growing bedroom community within the rapidly growing Northwest Arkansas region. Lowell is also home to the headquarters of trucking company J.B. Hunt. Lowell's population was 7,327 at the 2010 census, an increase of 46% since 2000.
Restaurants in Lowell
5 based on 3 reviews
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art welcomes all to celebrate the American spirit in a setting that unites the power of art with the beauty of nature.
Our trip to Crystal Bridges was incredible! While I enjoyed the artwork immensely, the architecture of the building itself and the grounds were simply beautiful! The only downside to our visit was the cool rainy weather which prevented us from exploring all the outdoor trails. We will definitely be back!
4.5 based on 153 reviews
We are big Royals fans in OK so when we found out that their AA team was 3 hours away we had to go. Lots to entertain children including a train that goes all around the ballpark. There is so much to do in the quad cities area. It was a great weekend.
4 based on 48 reviews
After years of researching entertainment facilities, in 2008, a local husband and wife decided to open their own place in Lowell, Arkansas. Since then, Fast Lane Entertainment has been a go-to spot for fun in Northwest Arkansas. We've filled our 75,000-sq-ft facility with state-of-the-art interactive games from our cutting-edge bowling lanes to our zooming bumper cars and indoor roller coaster. With a full food and drink menu to accompany all the fun, we're the perfect place to go for your next family outing, birthday party, or corporate function. We look forward to showing you a good time soon!
Great game room, tag zone, munchies, service, bowling lanes of course, family atmosphere and value price on Wednesday. We were greeted upon entering the place offered bowling area option between standard or music video and lights and then top of with a price of $1...MoreHappy to hear you enjoyed yourself here with us! It means a lot to know that you had a fun time, and we'd love to have you back again any time. Hope you're doing well! All the best, Fast Lane Entertainment
5 based on 863 reviews
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 constantly 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
This museum is set up to make you think and inform about the interaction between early American settlers and natives of the land. The treaty exhibits I especially found thought provoking and sad at the same time. It showed how the early government repeatedly went back on their word again and again until they got to the point where they flat out just took land and forced them to move. There are also an exhibit focusing on native American culture in the media over the years.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
Great mini golf course. Good prices. Two 18 hole courses located on the property. Great facilities with nice landscaping. Snow Cone shop in the parking lot. Located right next door to a great indoor activity facility with bowling, video games, laser tags, go carts.
5 based on 87 reviews
What a fun and family friendly place to enjoy a glass of Tontitown Winery’s many different types of wine while enjoying some great live music. If you’re not sure what wine you would like, just visit their tasting bar and try a sample. The owners and their staff are very friendly and helpful in making your choice. They have a nice dance area and large patio and have recently added on to their facility to include a large indoor event area. This winery knows how to do everything from weddings and birthday parties to class reunions and everything in between. It’s a regular stop in my trips to northwest Arkansas.
4.5 based on 150 reviews
We're locals who pass the Amazeum often & finally decided to take a look. As adults unaccompanied by kids, we had to show ID, our driver's license numbers were recorded, & we had to sign in. Sad that it's come to this, but we totally understand... tho we felt odd wandering around with our special bright orange lanyard tags.
Still, we're glad we checked it out, & it was great fun watching the kids having fun. It's not a huge place but it's packed with interactive amusements, most of which have something to teach or a skill to practice. Tho kids doing activities without parental guidance were playing, not learning. And very young kids without parents at their sides were running amok like pinballs. So to make the most of this fun, interesting place it seems parents &/or the many roaming staff members should be involved, especially if the kids are going to learn anything.The Water Amazements area & Art Studio are wonderful places for kids to immerse themselves, literally, in their fun. And there are a couple separate areas for very young kids to play.
Mindbender Mansion (temporary exhibit thru mid-January) was a bit confusing at first; kids definitely needed guidance to work thru the various stations to win points. If special exhibits change regularly it would be worth having a yearly membership.
Even as grown-ups we enjoyed many of the interactive exhibits, even learned a few things. The Tinkering Hub (ages 7 & up) was our favorite; what a great way to play while using heads & hearts to actually create things.
All the staff we spoke with were super friendly & wonderful with the kids, of course. A great way to explore what's there is "Priceless Nights," where you "pay as you like" most (but not all) Wednesdays from 4-7:30 pm. Otherwise it's only $9.50/person (kids under 2 are free).
4.5 based on 55 reviews
The Shiloh Museum of Ozark History is a regional history museum focusing on the Northwest Arkansas Ozarks. The museum takes its name from the pioneer community of Shiloh, which became Springdale in the 1870s. Most of what you'll see at the museum highlights the real shapers of Ozark history - the everyday men, women, and children who lived in our towns and rural communities. Along with exhibits, you can explore six historic buildings on the museum grounds. We also have a research library with a collection of over 500,000 photographs of Ozark life.
I've attended events and perused the museum several times. I know the curators and they are very knowledgeable of the area. It really is a "must see" if you're touring the area so to have. a better understanding of the history. Northwest Arkansas is rich...MoreThanks for your kind words. We appreciate our "homegrown" visitors so much! Come back and see us when you can.
4.5 based on 122 reviews
$2 for the museum tour (with headphones). Lots of amazing information and artifacts from the early days. Daisy guns were manufactured in Rogers, Arkansas from 1958 until sometime in the 1990's. There is a lot about air gun technology that most people wouldn't know. Fascinating was to spend an hour or so, and a the opportunity to buy BB guns and ammo. Definitely a must see if you're visiting the area.
Mon thru Sat 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Tue
4.5 based on 122 reviews
Hubby and I walked around during the afternoon and at night. It is a lovely area and we enjoyed window shopping and the changing leaves. We enjoyed sitting by the fountain and having coffee and people watching. A great way to pass time together.
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