Fayetteville is home to one of the few remaining drive-in theaters left in Arkansas. In fact, there are only about 330 left in the entire United States.
Located at 2552 Highway 112, the 112 Drive-In Theatre is one of the most popular things to do in Fayetteville, as it harks back to an almost-forgotten era of cinema history, allowing guests to travel back in time while enjoying the newest movies from Hollywood, as well as some of its classics.
The 2018 season starts March 16, and will run through October.
This week, Mockingbird Kitchen’s Chef Chrissy Sanderson was included on USA Today’s list “50 States: 50 Female Chefs.”
Mockingbird Kitchen in Fayetteville, which celebrates its second anniversary this month, serves new American cuisine and is regularly listed among the best restaurants in Northwest Arkansas.
Though Italian by birth, the pizza has certainly become a staple of American cuisine, and Fayetteville offers a plethora of choices when it comes to great pizza restaurants.
Pizza is a funny thing. It’s simple — dough, sauce, cheese, toppings — yet comes in a seemingly endless multitude of varieties and combinations, which allows it to be a personal experience, though it’s usually shared with others.
One of the most popular reasons everyone comes to Fayetteville is to experience the outdoors in the Ozarks, whether it’s hiking and mountain biking the trail system or birdwatching and picnicking in one of Fayetteville’s 3,000 acres of natural areas and parks.
Along with having ample outdoor opportunities within the city, another great aspect of Fayetteville is that the city is surrounded by mountains, forests and rivers that offer a variety of outdoor adventures. Guests can stay in the comforts of a hotel and soon be transported into the natural beauty of Northwest Arkansas with a quick drive — and come back the same day for dining, entertainment and nightlife.
The nearby scenic rivers of the Ozarks make for excellent day floats, also offering plenty of opportunities for fishing and hiking. Whether you and your crew are looking for a half-day or full-day float, on canoes or kayaks, there are plenty of options right outside of Fayetteville. Here are a few popular river floats to get you started.
Get groovy at the Clinton House!
As an homage to the Clintons of the 1970s in Fayetteville, the Clinton House Museum is going all out with food, drinks, and entertainment that celebrate the era on Thursday, March 8.
Many visitors to Fayetteville enjoy spending the day shopping at the city’s many stores, as well as taking a break with a refreshing cup of warm coffee or cold pint of beer. Lucky for you, at one location on Dickson Street, all three can be achieved under one roof.
Fayettechill Clothing Company and Puritan Coffee & Bar both inhabit the old Ozark Mountain Smokehouse in the heart of the Downtown & Dickson Street Entertainment District. It’s a popular hangout for both locals and guests alike. Along with being at a primo location in the heart of Fayetteville, both establishments’ products reflect the community’s strong value on local craft and quality.
The Symphony of Northwest Arkansas (SoNA) ends its 2017-18 season on a high note on Saturday, May 5, with its Masterworks III performace of La Bohème.
Get ready for an evening of iconic Hollywood film music as the Symphony of Northwest Arkansas (SoNA) teams up with the incomparable Fayetteville Jazz Collective on Saturday, March 10.
Fayetteville has long been the art center of Northwest Arkansas, due in part to the University of Arkansas. Fayetteville also has cultivated a flourishing arts culture as a result of being a community that invests in and supports its local artists.
This year’s Fayetteville Visitor’s Guide features four profiles from a handful of influential locals to give visitors an inside track on some of the best things to do, places to eat and shop, and must-experiences while in Fayetteville. One of our profiles is Joëlle Storet, gallery manager and curator for Art Ventures on the Historic Downtown Square.
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