The center of Siloam Springs, Arkansas is our historic, vibrant downtown and friendly, welcoming community. Our scenic, walkable downtown is home to local, award-winning coffee shops, restaurants, lodging and one-of-a-kind retail stores, enhanced by beautiful green spaces and a flowing creek.

Main Street Siloam Springs encourages a diverse business environment downtown, developing the area into an economically vigorous commercial center and a gathering place for hospitality, arts and entertainment within a carefully maintained historic district. Main Street Siloam Springs hosts a wide array of annual events that are designed to gather the community in celebration of food, holidays, pets, music, roots, and more.


Historic downtown Siloam Springs is home to shops offering classic antiques, classy boutique clothing and jewelry, funky furniture, amazing artwork, and a wealth of bath and kitchen décor items. Spring, summer and fall, the Farmers Market in City Park presents a bounty of farm fresh produce, artisan crafts, pasture-raised meats and delicious baked goods. Within minutes of downtown, consumers also have their choice of a variety of shopping centers filled with national retail chains, grocery stores, banking, dry cleaning and other convenience services.


Siloam Springs’ restaurant options range from upscale, to café, to fast food. Downtown, taste award-winning Italian brick-oven pizza and gelato, signature Ozark Plateau fine cuisine, classic café fare, fresh-baked pastries, and fresh Mexican cuisine. Other restaurants anchor the areas radiating from the exits off U.S. 412, serving everything from steaks to lasagna to barbecue, as well as convenient fast food.

Arts & Culture

Siloam Springs residents enjoy the fruits of a thriving arts community throughout Northwest Arkansas. Films, plays, festivals, orchestral concerts and art exhibits fill the calendar year round. Within Siloam Springs, enjoy exhibits at the Siloam Springs Museum or at John Brown University, a film at Center Cinemas, music and theater performances at JBU’s Berry Performing Arts Center and the all-day fun of the annual Homegrown Festival downtown.

Regionally, take in a performance of the Symphony of Northwest Arkansas or a play, musical or concert at the Walton Arts Center, among many other possibilities.

If your preference is to lose yourself in a good book, the Siloam Springs Public Library opened a brand new, 18,500 square-foot facility, nearly triple the size of its previous space, which offers children's programs, computer classes, community meeting spaces and of course, more books.