The Scott Family Amazeum is a museum for children and families! Everything is hands-on and designed to be touched, climbed on, and interacted with. Exhibits are designed to engage the imagination and to bring art and science to life.
The Amazeum creates a fun environment where risk-taking, imagining, problem-solving, discovery, collaboration and exploration bring children and adults together to learn and grow.
We are located at 1009 Museum Way, at the corner of Northeast J Street and Museum Way in Bentonville, AR.
Admission price is $10 for guests ages 2 and over. Children under 2 are admitted free.
Yes! Memberships are available. All memberships include unlimited admission. For more information and a complete list of membership benefits, click here.
In addition to approximately 50,000 square feet of interior space, the museum features 1 acre of outdoor space.
The Scott Family Amazeum aims to create an environment where families have the opportunity to laugh, imagine, play, question, and explore together and that these experiences will lead to curiosity and further exploration at home and in school.
You can expect a lot of laughter and active play. One of the most exciting features is Nature Valley Water Amazements, so expect to get wet and consider bringing a change of clothes. Outside, expect a safe and secure place to run and interact with nature.
Our Curiosity Corner Store offers a variety of educational toys, books, kits and souvenirs to allow you to continue your Amazeum experience at home.
The Amazeum is a place for everyone. We welcome and celebrate each individual as an essential part of the community of the Amazeum. Remember, the Amazeum can be loud, bright, and active. Be sure to bring any resources that may be helpful to keep you and your family comfortable. We have a limited supply of headphones, timers, and other items for check out at Guest Services. The outdoor Playscape and Cloud Theater are more sensory friendly areas in the Amazeum. Find additional information and resources on our Sensory Friendly Features Page.
The exhibits are designed to promote imagination and creative thinking for children and families of all ages. There are two spaces dedicated for toddlers 2 and under. The majority of the spaces are designed with children ages 4-9 in mind. A series of learning spaces, known as Innovation Alley, including the 3M Tinkering Hub, the Art Studio, and Hershey's Lab offer deeper learning opportunities that can be enjoyed by older elementary and middle school age students. The Amazeum offers a variety of educational programs for a range of audiences.
Children need an adult, 18 or over, to come and play.
Yes, for businesses and organizations in the region, the Scott Family Amazeum features meeting spaces as well as spaces for corporate team building exercises that encourage creativity and teamwork.
For educators, we offer a variety of professional development workshops.
No, The Amazeum is currently not hosting birthday parties.