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The Walmart Museum is in the original Walton's 5&10 in downtown Bentonville, Arkansas.
The gallery exhibit at The Walmart Museum includes such inspiring memorabilia as Sam Walton’s original office, painstakingly recreated from photographs taken after his passing in 1992.
Following more than 18 months of planning, design, construction, and exhibit fabrication, The Walmart Museum held its grand re-opening on May 21, 2011.
Walton’s 5&10 is a step back in time chock full of retro toys, candies, souvenirs and actual memorabilia for sale. From whirly pops and wax lips to Ol’ Roy coloring books and sock monkeys, you’ll get a taste of what it was like to shop back in the dime store era.
The Spark Café is one of 3 features of the new family-friendly The Walmart Museum experience.
The Spark Cafe at The Walmart Museum boasts an array of refreshing food and beverage choices like freshly ground and locally roasted coffee, bakery-fresh treats and cool drinks.
The Walmart Museum exhibit gallery is home to a variety of interactive exhibits and authentic artifacts.
BENTONVILLE, AR, (April 19, 2007) -- Helen Robson Walton, widow of Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. founder Sam Walton, died this evening in her Bentonville home of natural causes. Mrs. Walton was surrounded by family at the time of her death. She was 87. A public memorial service will be held at the 1st Presbyterian Church in Bentonville…