Everyone wants to feel cozy during a vacation stay, and for some a historic or quaint feel is the preferred atmosphere when resting their head or taking a break from eating, shopping, walking and sight-seeing. Fayetteville has hotels of all price ranges, including several bed-and-breakfast hotels located near the most popular things to do in Fayetteville.
Going on vacation is always exciting, but the sad eyes your pooch makes as you back out the driveway is heartbreaking. We want to do everything else with them, so why shouldn’t your dog go on vacation, too? The next time you plan on having a weekend getaway in Fayetteville, bring along your dog!
Fayetteville is a great destination for you and your canine companion. In fact, Arkansas was recently named the top "dog-loving state" by the American Veterinary Medical Association, and Fayetteville is a great example why.
The burger: an American food staple. A simple concept — ground meat, buns, toppings and condiments — yet everyone has a personal preference, and nowadays it seems as if there are a million variations. However, one thing will always remain the same: a good burger stays with you forever.
To help the Northwest Arkansas community kick off National Hispanic Heritage month, the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce is hosting the 5th Annual Northwest Arkansas Hispanic Heritage Festival on Saturday, Sept. 16 and Sunday Sept. 17.
The Arkansas Razorbacks kick off another season of college football today at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock, AR. Little Rock has a long-standing tradition of hosting at least one game a year for the hogs, but most home games are played at the University of Arkansas campus right here in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
On game day, you can feel the buzz of energy coursing throughout our town as tailgates pop-up, restaurants welcome visitors and the University of Arkansas fills with friendly faces. With a newly expanded and upgraded stadium underway and a hint of fall in the air, Donald W. Reynolds Stadium in Fayetteville is the perfect destination for SEC football lovers. In fact, Fayetteville was named the best place to live in the SEC.
While Fayetteville is a haven for competitive cycling and mountain biking, casual bike rides around the city are one of the most popular things to do in Fayetteville. It’s a great way to experience everything the city has to offer — restaurants, shopping, nightlife — while still enjoying the beautiful outdoors Northwest Arkansas and the Ozarks are known for.
Exciting new art is coming to Northwest Arkansas this summer, as Crystal Bridges Museum in Bentonville prepares to feature work by American sculptor Dale Chihuly.
While Chihuly works mostly with glass, he is also known for using a variety of mediums, including ice, paint and neon. His works will be featured inside the museum’s temporary exhibition gallery as well as outside in the beautiful woods of the Ozarks. Tickets range from $10 to $20 and can be purchased in advance on the Crystal Bridges website.
For the second year in a row, Fayetteville was named one of the top five best places to live in America by U.S. News & World Report.
Of course, what makes Fayetteville a great place to live also makes it one of the best weekend getaways! With year-round events, live music and the best nightlife in Northwest Arkansas, an amazing culinary scene, boutique shopping and attractions for all ages, it’s no wonder Fayetteville has been garnering national attention as a travel destination.
There's no shortage of things to see and do in northwest Arkansas. From historic sites to boutiques, nightlife, and family friendly activities, we are proud to offer a variety of activities. Regardless of your speed of entertainment, Fayetteville has an experience for all ages.
We invite you to explore our unique corner of Arkansas and immerse yourself in our thriving community. With an abundance of culture and attractions, you may even need to extend your stay!
We all need a place to call home; a proverbial hearth that simultaneous garners sanctuary, familiarity, and inspiration alongside the people we love and cherish. Home is not simply a place, but rather a state of mind and, at times, even of taste, touch, and smell. The fragrance of freshly brewed coffee, frying bacon, and cigarette smoke transcends me to my childhood and the home kitchen of my grandma Dighero as she poetically maneuvers through her standard, grease laden daily breakfast. No matter when: childhood, adolescence, adulthood….I could count on those three intermingled perfumes to make me feel safe, and perpetually hopeful.
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