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Cruzin
Our local community is host to several events, marathons, fundraisers, and activities through our various organizations and groups. Fayetteville is also home to several annual events including our Host of Christmas Past, Cruzin Downtown Car Show, Slawburger Festival, and much more. You can learn more about these events here or by contacting the main office at (931) 433-6154.
 
Historic Tour
HistoricTour

Fayetteville is home to many historical homes and sites throughout the city, ranging from Civil War era homes to the historic site of Camp Blount. You can view our listed homes from the Fayetteville Historical Society here or view it from our new map.


Whiskey & Spirit Trail
SouthernPride
Just 20 minutes down the road from the world famous Jack Daniel's Distillery, Fayetteville is also home to several local distilleries, including Southern Pride Distillery, Jackson Morgan Southern Creams, and Prichard's Distillery. Some of our distilleries offer tours and a diverse selection available for purchase. You can learn more about them here.


Antiques & Shopping
Downtown Shopping
Explore our historic downtown shopping centers & businesses. The Fayetteville downtown is home to a plethora of antique dealers, along with local restaurants, a historic theatre, and Sir's Fabrics; the largest fabric store in the southeast. Our downtown area has something for just about everyone, and you can learn more our business on our new map here.

Camp Blount Project
Camp Blout Site Plan
The Camp Blount Project is a historic park that is currently in development with both the City of Fayetteville and the Camp Blount Historical Society as a new edition to the famous Camp Blount site. Both groups are working hard and currently awaiting results from several grant applications as the project begins. You can learn more about progress of Camp Blount from our administration here.

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