Features Overview

Our group is involved with science all over NWA. Rocks that give off radiation, magnets and copper pipes to create electricity and other demonstrations are highlighted at First Friday on the Bentonville Square. An historic telescope over 36-feet long is being refurbished for use in a science center. Sorting and shipping recycled eclipse glasses to South America for an eclipse in July 2019 happens the 2nd and 4th Saturday every month in Springdale.

SCIENCE OUTREACH

Community Involvement

From sidewalk astronomy to donating telescopes to area libraries, NWA Space is dedicated to providing easily accessible science education and entertainment right here in Northwest Arkansas! Click to learn more about upcoming outreach events! 

GIANT TELESCOPE PROJECT

Giant Telescope Project

That's right- Northwest Arkansas is now home to one of the largest refracting telescopes in the whole world!  Learn more about our journey with the restoration process of this colossal piece of science history and find out how you can help bring this beauty back to life!

NWA SCIENCE CENTER

Our Vision

NWA Space has a dream to build a much-needed, fun, vibrant Science Center for Northwest Arkansas Residents to enjoy! The facility will house the Giant Telescope, a planetarium, an observatory and much more! Learn more about this amazing endeavor and how you can support this wonderful cause!