Arts & Culture

Fayetteville-Lincoln Co. Museum

The Fayetteville Lincoln County Museum hosts a number of exhibits pertaining to Fayetteville, and includes the second largest agricultural display in Tennessee, military and veteran memorials, and local historical exhibits. The museum also hosts a publicly available Civic Center that can be rented for events and displays. You can learn more by calling the museum at (931) 438-0339 or by visiting them at

Fayetteville-Lincoln Co. Arts Center

The Fayetteville-Lincoln Co. Arts Center works in junction with the Arts Center Members and community volunteers to maintain and upkeep the center. The center is home to many art groups, ranging from students to amateur and professional community artists, musicians and arts advocates. The Arts Center has more information about membership and current exhibitions available on their website at

Fayetteville-Lincoln Co. Public Library
The Public Library is administered by a coalition board with representatives and public funding from the City and County governments. The library is used for events by several clubs and organizations, and offers the public free internet and computers. You can learn more information about the library at

Carriage House Players

Carriage House Players is a community theater group located in Fayetteville, Tennessee. Most Carriage House Players performances are held in the theater of the Lincoln County Museum although, larger shows require the use of the Adnia Rice Theater at Lincoln County High School. Check the Carriage House Players' Facebook page for current shows and locations here.