Long Street Presbyterian Church

Established during the mid-1700s, The U.S. Army bought the church, cemetery and land from the congregation in 1923 to establish Camp Bragg. Descendants still hold annual services once a year here. 

Religious Freedom Trail

Experience 130 miles of rich religious history, featuring landmark churches, historical markers, all complete with audio tours.

Fort Bragg Main Post Chapel

Completed in March 1932, this chapel is considered one of the region's loveliest. The stained glass windows, composed of more than 14,000 tiny pieces of antique glass from around the world, were installed in 1945.

Fort Bragg Open House

Held every year at Fort Bragg and Pope Field, it’s a chance for military service members and their families to tour the base. There’s also an airshow, including an appearance from the world-famous Army’s Golden Knights.

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Every Street is Church Street

Freedom of religion is something we don’t take for granted in the communities of Cumberland County. With an average of 7.3 religious buildings per square mile, our diverse spiritual heritage is apparent. Plus, here you’ll find some of North Carolina’s oldest and most historic churches, for the communities of Cumberland County boast more than 40 churches that are at least 100 years old or older.

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Fayetteville Hosts Season of Top Gun Sports Tournaments


Fayetteville, NC    - Top Gun Sports, an organization that offers softball and baseball tournament programs around the Carolinas will bring more than 20 tournaments to the greater Fayetteville region.  Tournaments are held at Arnette Park in Fayetteville.  

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Bureau Books 62 Events through 3rd Quarter FY 17/18




 

Cumberland County, NC – At the end of the third quarter of the 17/18 fiscal year, the Fayetteville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau (FACVB) secured 62 future meetings, tournaments and group tours for Cumberland County in the coming months and years. These events, which represent 8,460 room nights at county hotels, will impact Cumberland County’s economy by $4.35 million.

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