The drive-in experience lives on in Fayetteville! From March to mid-November, moviegoers can enjoy recent, full-length movies using either FM sound or conventional drive-in speakers. Fr–Su, Summer: Th–Su.
Address: 3352 Hwy. 112N, Fayetteville
For the HistorianFrom the Confederate and National Cemeteries to the Clinton House Museum, there is plenty of history to explore around Fayetteville. Relive the Civil War at the Pea Ridge National Military Park and the Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park just minutes away by car. See where the Battle of Fayetteville took place on the grounds of The Headquarters House located in the Downtown Square. Take the Butterfield Stagecoach or Historic Walking Tours and see notable sites from the Civil War along the way.
Tour the Clinton House Museum and see Bill and Hillary's first home together where their political careers began. Observe rarely seen memorabilia and tour the First Ladies Garden while you're here.
For the Foodie
Fayetteville is your headquarters for dining and entertainment in Northwest Arkansas. With an eclectic mix of restaurants and cuisines, you can find something to satisfy everyone's tastes. Stop by one of Fayetteville's food trucks for a quick meal on the go, or slow things down with a romantic dinner at one of the city's upscale restaurants. Take advantage of the beautiful outdoors on your choice of patios along Dickson Street.
If nightlife is what you are looking for, Fayetteville's Dickson Street Entertainment District and Downtown Square have a plethora of unique local bars and music venues for you to enjoy. You can find live music and happy hour specials any night of the week. Beyond the nightlife, there are also one-of-a-kind boutiques and shops as well as art galleries for you to enjoy.
For the Art AficionadoFayetteville has become a mecca for artistic expression throughout the region. Visit nearby, world-renowned Crystal Bridges Museum and see art from some of the best American artists of our time. See local artists at the Art Walk on First Thursdays or visit one of the many local art galleries including the Fayetteville Underground on the Downtown Square.
If the performing arts are what you are looking for, the Walton Arts Center brings in entertainers from all over the world. You can see some of your favorite Broadway shows and other musical performances throughout the year. For the music lover, our outdoor venue, the AMP, brings in musicians from all genres. And, you can always find great live music at the many bars and restaurants on Dickson Street or the Downtown Square.
For ParentsBoingo Bounce
Address: 240 E. Township, Fayetteville
Description: Indoor inflatable bounce and party house. Private party rooms are available for field trips, birthday parties and any other special event. Family fun in a clean and safe environment. Admission: Children 2-5 $6, 6-up $8.
Toddler Time: (5 & under) Mo, Tu, Wed 9am-1pm.
Open Bounce: Tu-Th 3-8pm, Fr 9am-3pm, Sa 6-9pm, Su 5-8pm.
When to PickWhether you want to know which fruits and vegetables will be at the Fayetteville Farmers Market, or when you should go pick them yourself, the Harvest Calendar will help you know what is in season and ready to pick in Arkansas month-to-month.
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Arkansas has a long tradition of backing the men and women Razorback athletes, whether it’s football, baseball, basketball, volleyball or any of the other eight sports at the University of Arkansas. Die-hard fans show up rain or shine to cheer on the Hogs.
The first team formed on campus and the flagship of the sports programs is the Razorback football team. More than a century ago, the Arkansas football team, then called the Arkansas Cardinals, returned from defeating LSU and as the legend goes, coach Hugo Bezdek proclaimed his team “played like a wild band of razorback hogs.” The name was adopted and the rest is history.