Downtown Fayetteville

From the historical buildings and cobblestone sidewalks of Hay Street to the eclectic array of art galleries and unique eateries that line the streets, downtown is the epicenter of Fayetteville’s history and culture.

Guided Fort Bragg Tours

An amazing insider’s view of the day-to-day operations at one of the largest military complexes in the world. You’ll experience military life today, relive military history, and witness first-hand, some of the latest advances in military technology and training in action. Tours are for pre-arranged groups only, Tuesday-Thursday.

Airborne and Special Operations Museum

One of the country’s most prestigious military museums next to the Smithsonian, ASOM features hundreds of rare and significant artifacts, life-size dioramas, audio and visual displays, and a motion simulator.

Fayetteville Area Transportation Museum

From Native American trails to steamboats and trains, explore the importance of the early trade communities and the development of the plank road system that connected Fayetteville to other towns throughout NC.

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7:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.

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Learn American History Firsthand

Few places in America have played such a formative role in our country's most defining moments as the communities of Cumberland County. From our original settlement in 1739 by Scottish immigrants through the deployment of troops to Afghanistan and Iraq today, there’s more American history here than you could find in dozens of textbooks. For students, Fayetteville is more than a tourist destination, a visit here will reward your group's curiosity. We’re proud of our rich role in our nation’s history and hold fast to the friendly feel of a true hometown, while providing the cultural and entertainment amenities of bigger cities. Whether your group is in town for a few hours or a few days, they can participate in a wide range of unique activities not found anywhere else.

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Incredible Hulk Lou Ferrigno at Fayetteville Comic Con




 

 

 

Mark your Calendars!  The third annual Fayetteville Comic Con(FCC), held October 21-22, offers an impressive line-up of special guests, artists, cosplayers, collectibles, contests and more.  “We are pleased to expand our offerings again in 2017,” says planner Michael Chaudhuri. “In fact, this year, we’ve got artists and guests contacting us to appear at our con and we have the Incredible Hulk!”

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Travel to Cumberland County Generated over $525 million in 2016


According to figures released by Visit North Carolina this week, domestic travel to Cumberland County generated over $525 million in expenditures in 2016 – a 4.21% increase from 2015.  

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