Links And Info. To Local Attractions In The Fayetteville Area.



Find Out A little About Fayetteville And Cumberland Co. North Carolina



The Legend Continues

 Dedicated to the unique United States Airborne and Special Operations sector of our armed forces, this 59,000 square foot, state-of-the-art museum is one of the premier attractions in the area and features exhibits and memorabilia from this sector's inception in 1940 to the present day. Educational programs are available. Admission to the museum is free. Fee for the Yarborough-Bank Vistascope Theater and the Pitch, Roll, and Yaw Vista-Dome Motion Simulator.

 100 Bragg Boulevard, Fayetteville, NC 28302,




No one could have imagined in 1962 that a small group of local actors would one day evolve into one of the finest theatres in the state. It all began with the courtroom drama The Night of January 16th performed at the Fayetteville Courthouse. Everything from props to lights was borrowed. This small group of enthusiasts, formed the Fayetteville Little Theatre. With the community's support funds were raised to renovate the building and after incorporating two adjacent buildings, the theatre became a three-story complex with a 327-seat main stage. On the advice of State Senators Tony Rand and Lura Tally and others, the theatre changed its name to Cape Fear Regional Theatre. Forty years after that first production, CFRT is now considered an emerging professional theatre with a national reputation and contracts actors, writers and designers from throughout the country. CFRT is grateful for the community support from which it was born and still

1209 Hay Street
Fayetteville NC 28035





Always something fun to do!



Simmons Army Airfield

The 18th Weather Squadron provides weather support and resource protection to the Army's XVIII Airborne Corps, 82nd Airborne Division, 7th Transportation Group, US Army Aviation and Armor Centers, and the Military District of Washington. The 18th Weather Squadron also trains to deploy worldwide for airborne, aviation, and combat operations.


John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Museum

Museum details history of the U.S. Army's Green Berets.

Ardennes St. Bldg D 2502
Fayetteville, NC


Market House 

(circa 1832)

  Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this National Landmark was built on an earlier State House foundation and is one of the few structures in the region using a market house scheme.

Intersection of Hay, Gillespie, Person & Green, Fayetteville, North Carolina



82nd Airborne Division War Memorial Museum

Weapons, relics of the First and Second World Wars, Vietnam, Korea, Desert Storm; inclusive history of 82nd airborne division; gift shop.)

( Tuesday-Sunday; closed ) 

Bldg C-6841

Ardennes Street

Fort Bragg, NC
(910) 432-3443


The Arts Center

 Built in 1910 as a U.S. Post Office, this building now houses the Arts Council of Fayetteville and

 their arts center that offers a wide array of unique, rotating art exhibits.

 301 Hay Street, Fayetteville, NC 28301, 



Fayetteville Museum of Art

The first structure built into an art museum in North Carolina, this museum offers a variety of unique and changing art exhibits, as well as concerts, educational programs, and workshops. A gift shop is also on site.

 839 Stamper Road, Fayetteville, NC 28302, 



The Mallett Rogers House, 

Home to the Daniel and Peter Mallet families from 1778 to 1857, this Coastal Plain cottage is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and now contains an art gallery, as well as houses part of the Lafayette Collection. The gallery features exhibits, paintings, sculptures, and other mixed media works by Methodist College art faculty and students.

 Methodist College Campus,  

5400 Ramsey Street, Fayetteville, NC 28302,



Museum of the Cape Fear Historical Complex

A very unique complex that combines three resources in one setting: the 1897 Poe House, a modern museum building, and the remains of the Fayetteville Arsenal. Numerous exhibits from 1897 to 1917 are displayed in the museum and visitors receive guided tours of the Poe House upon arrival. Self guided tours are available of the museum and the arsenal.

 801 Arsenal Avenue, Fayetteville, NC 28302, 



J. Bayard Clark Park

  The second largest regional park in the city, this gem was designed, and remains, a natural wooded area and features three trails that wind through the park and along the Cape Fear River. A nature center is on site that showcases live reptiles and amphibians and certified park rangers educate visitors at the center.

631 Sherman Drive, Fayetteville, NC 28301, 



Jambbas Ranch

A privately owned and maintained zoological park featuring a variety of wild animals (e.g., buffaloes, llamas, deer, elk, Watusi cows) in a natural habitat. Open to the public 9:30a to 5p Mon through Sat and 1 to 5p Sundays. Group tours scheduled by appointment. From I-95, Exit 49-follow NC-53 east to the flashing light. turn right and the park is two miles more, on your right. 

 5386 Tabor Church Road, Fayetteville, NC 28302, 


Village of Pinehurst, North Carolina

The beauty and elegance of The Theater Building in downtown village of Pinehurst, North Carolina.

Golf is only one reason to visit the Pinehurst area. The region's small towns and villages offer an itinerary of activities to rival many big cities. Outdoor enthusiasts will revel in the parks, nature preserves and playgrounds that offer hiking and biking trails, tennis courts and boating/fishing areas. Well-known for its equestrian events, polo matches, harness racing, horse shows and equestrian hunts are scheduled throughout the year at several locations including the Walthour-Moss Foundation, a thousand-acre park set aside specifically for equestrian use.

History buffs will enjoy the House in the Horseshoe, a state historic site where bullet holes from a 1781 skirmish between Whigs and Tories are still visible. North Carolina's rich literary history is recognized at the Literary Hall of Fame in Southern Pines where North Carolina writers who have achieved permanent prominence are honored. The North Carolina Zoological Park in Asheboro showcases animals from all over the world in their natural habitats and the potters of Seagrove will amaze you with their expertise in this age-old craft.

For those who prefer a faster pace, the engines roar at North Carolina Motor Speedway in Rockingham when NASCAR Winston Cup auto racing comes to town.

There's so much to do in the Pinehurst area you won't know what to do first.


Nearby Cities:
(Distance Disclaimer)
Hope Mills - 7 miles
Wade - 13 miles
Cameron - 24 miles
White Oak - 24 miles
Wagram - 28 miles
Carthage - 29 miles
Sanford - 30 miles
Lumberton - 31 miles
Village of Pinehurst - 31 miles
Clinton - 35 miles
Elizabethtown - 37 miles
Jackson Springs - 37 miles
Four Oaks - 39 miles
Marston - 39 miles
Garner - 46 miles
Selma - 49 miles
Dillon, SC - 52 miles
Asheboro - 65 miles
Sims - 66 miles