Siloam Springs in Benton County, in the Northwest part of Arkansas, is home to about 16,000 people. Smithsonian magazine named Siloam Springs one of the 20 best small towns in the country in 2012. The city is known for its natural beauty combined with its spirit of community volunteerism. Come and see it for yourself by getting on a bus rental and charter in Siloam Springs, Arkansas.
Siloam Springs has a vibrant culture scene, thanks to the annual cultural events and festivals that take place here. One of the most popular ones is the Dogwood Festival, which takes place on the last weekend of April at major downtown parks in the city. The festival attracts features exhibitors showcasing handmade, resale, and assembled goodies in more than 200 booths.
Then you have Light Up Siloam, which takes place every first Saturday of December. During this event, the mayor waves a magic candy cane to light up the town at dusk and Santa Claus makes his first appearance in the myriad of floats parading down Broadway.
Other events you can experience are the Siloam Springs Rodeo every June, the City Fireworks Presentation (July), Northwest Arkansas Marching Bank Invitational (October), the JBU Candlelight Christmas Concerts (December), the JBU Homecoming (October), and the Siloam Spring Music Games (July).
The Sager Creek Arts Center is also worth checking if you want to catch a performance or two.
Get on a bus rental and charter in Siloam Springs, Arkansas and travel back in time by visiting the town's historical sites.
You can start your tour at the Siloam Springs Downtown Historic District, a business district developed mainly in 1896 and contains many old structures like the First National Bank building, which is an 1890 Romanesque Revival structure, and the Lakeside Hotel, which was built in 1881 and is one of the city's oldest commercial buildings.
There's also Carl's Addition Historic District, developed between 1845 and 1945 and has a concentration of Queen Anne and Craftsman style houses. And there's the Gypsy Camp Historic District, which encompasses a former girls summer camp that operated from 1921 to 1978. These three districts are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The National Register has also listed down many historic houses, including:
There's also the Oak Hill Mausoleum, which is a national historic religious and funerary building in the city’s oldest cemetery, the Oak Hill Cemetery.
You should also see the Goforth-Saindon Mound Group, which is a prehistoric archaeological site that is one of the only known Caddoan Mississippian culture mount sites in the western Ozark highlands. The Caddoan Mississippian culture was a prehistoric Native American culture that archaeologists consider as a variant of the Mississippian culture.
You should also check out the Siloam Springs Museum and see permanent and rotating exhibits that highlight Indian culture, pioneer life, and other facets of the city’s history.
Get the best dining and shopping experience by hopping on a bus rental and charter in Siloam Springs, Arkansas and heading downtown. You can find quaint and interesting shops and retail stores here and great dining venues.
Favorites among local diners include 28 Springs (for its signature Ozark Plateau cuisine), Barnett's Dairyette, The Cafe on Broadway, Fratelli's Pizzeria, Sweetwater Tavern at Inn at the Springs, and Pour Jons Coffee & Vinyl.
You can also check out the Farmer's Market in Downtown Siloam Springs for the freshest products!
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