The Walmart Museum announces new temporary home at the world’s first bikeable building

The Walmart Museum in Bentonville, Arkansas, will temporarily shutter its doors on November 1 ahead of an extensive renovation project geared to make the space more “inclusive, accessible and interactive” according to an October 7 announcement penned by Cindi Marsiglio, the Bentonville-born big boxer’s senior vice president of corporate real estate.

Incorporating both the historic adjacent Walton’s 5&10 (Sam’s Walton’s second retail outpost in Bentonville and the first with Walton name) and the Spark Café (an old-timey soda fountain known for its blue and yellow ice cream), The Walmart Museum first debuted at 105 North Main Street in downtown Bentonville in 1990 as more

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