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County / Washington Population / 78,960 Area / 53.85 sq. miles Founded / 1828

The College Town


Arkadia Retrocade / pg. 80 Arkansas Air & Military Museum / pg. 65 Art Ventures / pg. 32 Botanical Garden of the Ozarks / pg. 52 Clinton House Museum / pg. 67 Community Creative Center / pg. 33 Fayetteville Ale Trail / pg. 80 Fayetteville Farmers Market / pg. 73 Fenix Art Collective / pg. 80 Gregory Park Bike Trails & Pump Track / pg. 50 Headquarters House Museum & Garden / pg. 68 Joy Pratt Markham Gallery / pg. 32 Mount Kessler Trails / pg. 49 Lake Fayetteville / pg. 49 Lake Wedington / pg. 45 Stonebridge Meadows Golf Course / pg. 59 Symphony of Northwest Arkansas / pg. 38 Terra Studios / pg. 32 TheatreSquared / pg. 35 University of Arkansas / pg. 21 Walker Park Splash Pad / pg. 61 Walker-Stone House / pg. 82 Walton Arts Center / pg. 34


Experience Fayetteville 21 S. Block Ave. (800) 766-4626 ExperienceFayetteville.com

Public Art Downtown


ayetteville offers

The art scene here is

many experiences that

explosive! The Green

allow guests to create

Candy project features

their own adventure, and

vibrant public art in the

that keep them coming

most unexpected places

back to this eclectic

across Fayetteville’s historic

community. Fayetteville

downtown. At the Art

hosts year-round events

Ventures gallery and studio,

and entertainment – a place

you can watch painters,

where culture and nature

potters and sculptors while

meet, and free spirits thrive.

they work. Just off Dickson Street, TheatreSquared presents nationally acclaimed, professional theater year-round. While the recently expanded

Farmers Market

For nature lovers, Fayetteville has more than 40 miles of paved walking/biking trails that run through downtown, fan out through the city, and connect with the 37-mile Razorback Regional Greenway,

powerhouse — brings artists and entertainers from all over the world, with largescale touring productions including critically acclaimed Broadway plays and musicals.

of impeccable scenery. The city is an International Association (IMBA)


state’s performing arts

providing miles upon miles

Mountain Bicycling

Botanical Garden of the Ozarks

Walton Arts Center — the

Fenix Art Collective

Ride Center, boasting an

Nightlife in Fayetteville’s

extensive network of trails

famed Dickson Street

for all skill levels. An 8.5-

Entertainment District

mile trail at Mount Kessler

is 24/7 with restaurants

created by a local mountain

and clubs offering diverse

biking club is a hidden

options for food and

gem, winding past rock

entertainment. Live music

formations with beautiful

venues like George’s

views of the valley below.

Majestic Lounge are

Top to bottom: photos courtesy Experience Fayetteville; Experience Fayetteville; Fenix Artists Cooperative; Arkansas Department of Parks & Tourism

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2019 Northwest Arkansas Visitors Guide  

2019 Northwest Arkansas Visitors Guide