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Stop 08: Fayetteville History Museum

  • Overview

    The Fayetteville History Museum offers exhibits and educational materials concerning Fayetteville/Cumberland County's notable patriots of the past and present. The museum staff is responsible for oversight of Fayetteville's Historic Properties which are a tangible link to many of Fayetteville's notable citizens. On file at the museum are the National Register and Local Landmark nomination reports for the various designated historic properties and sites. Also in its role as Fayetteville/Cumberland County's local history museum, they maintain a repository of information related to notable local citizens.

    Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.; Fourth Fridays 10 a.m. - 10 p.m.; Closed on Sunday and Holidays. Open to the public.

    Next Stop: Make a left out of the parking lot onto Maxwell Street. Make a left onto Franklin Street. Make a right onto Robeson Street. Make a right onto Walter Street. Follow the signs to turn into the Airborne and Special Operations Museum parking lot.

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