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Daisy Airgun Museum

202 W Walnut St, Rogers, AR 72756-6665
+1 479-986-6873
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Great little museum

Self guided tour with audio boxes all about Daisy BB Guns. Learned a lot about how they got... read more

Reviewed 7 September 2017
Denton, Texas
Totally Cool!

For those of us who grew up dreaming about owning a Daisy Rider this a must see. By the way, they... read more

Reviewed 6 September 2017
Rogers, Arkansas
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202 W Walnut St, Rogers, AR 72756-6665
+1 479-986-6873
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Reviewed 7 September 2017

Self guided tour with audio boxes all about Daisy BB Guns. Learned a lot about how they got started and all the different guns they made!

Thank leiismimi
Reviewed 6 September 2017

For those of us who grew up dreaming about owning a Daisy Rider this a must see. By the way, they were awesome!. Herein lies a complete history of Daisy airguns as well as a view of the guns themselves. I would schedule at least...More

Thank driftinblu
Reviewed 22 August 2017

Plan to spend an hour or more if you listen to the audio tour. There is a gift shop with recondition Daisy B-B guns for sale.

Thank David S
Reviewed 10 August 2017 via mobile

This was my husband's choice to see, and to be honest, I thought it was going to be boring. I was pleasantly surprised by how interesting it actually turned out to be. They have little audio wands that explain the history of the Daisy airgun...More

Thank Lauri M
Reviewed 11 July 2017

Here you'll find memorabilia from "A Christmas Story" (the Red Ryder BB Gun), air rifles made of wood and even toy guns made just for girls. The museum is free, including headphones for a self-guided tour; suggested donation is $2. Fun trip down memory lane.

Thank JaneDeLo
Reviewed 10 July 2017

The Daisy Air Gun museum is loctaed in downtown Rogers with plenty of street parking. We stopped because I had several BB guns over the years and this place brought back many memories. There is a nominal entry charge of $2.00. The museum isn't all...More

Thank ray m
Reviewed 10 July 2017

$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...More

Thank John P
Reviewed 10 July 2017 via mobile

Took me back to my childhood. Fast frieldy staff. Awesome exhibit of bb guns all the way back to their beging. Great for all ages. Especially cool for grandfather, father, son

Thank dclinto320
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Reviewed 8 July 2017 via mobile

We weren't their target market. Interesting but I think our fathers would have enjoyed it more. Only spent 20 minutes there.

Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed 1 July 2017

This museum is located in downtown Rogers and we didn't have any problem finding a parking spot on the street. You actually pay your entry fee ($2) when you exit the museum, and receive a fun keepsake that is probably worth the entry fee. The...More

Thank ARretired
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kori c
31 August 2015|
Response from Frank S | Reviewed this property |
Perhaps! It depends on the disabilities your visitors have. Disabled visitor pros: self-paced, each exhibit can be read from the wall or a script (available at the door) or listened to in portable "phone" devices held to the... More