Members of the artist group Fenix Fayetteville will present a three-week art exhibition and event series at the historic Walker Stone House in downtown Fayetteville from April 8-29.
Fayetteville, Arkansas is known as a great arts destination with many public works from large murals to little-known gems tucked in the nooks and crannies. We recently wandered around Fayetteville taking in the natural beauty and snapped a few shots of some of our favorite art pieces. If you haven’t explored the art scene in Fayetteville, add it to your bucket list!
Fayetteville Underground is set to host the opening reception for their new exhibition during their First Thursday on Thursday, April 6 from 5 p.m.to 9 p.m.
Fayetteville is the entertainment headquarters of the region and the Downtown and Dickson Street areas serve as the epicenter. Dickson Street is home to many of the unique boutiques, galleries, bars and restaurants that Fayetteville offers.
Discover the eclectic sounds of Fayetteville at one of the many bars and restaurants offering live music almost every night of the week. From dancing to shooting pool, there is something for everyone’s tastes.
With five lakes and four rivers and streams in and around Fayetteville, there are many places to find the perfect fishing spot. Whether you are wanting to fish for small- and large-mouth bass, trout, bream, catfish or trout, you can find a fishing hole nearby.
Fayetteville is continually making strides in establishing trails throughout its city limits. An extensive trails system is currently in use and expanding at the rate of two to three miles per year.
The Razorback Regional Greenway, the longest system of interconnected trails in the state, stretches across several cities in Northwest Arkansas. The 36-mile trail gives residents and visitors a space to run, bike, jog or simply enjoy a leisurely stroll in the beautiful outdoors.
Experience Fayetteville launched in 2013, the Fayetteville Ale Trail – Arkansas’ first craft beer tasting adventure featuring all local breweries and the state’s only cidery. This self-guided tour lets visitors and residents experience local breweries and engage with brewmasters while learning about their craft.
The Fayetteville Ale Trail features 17 stops: Boston Mountain Brewing Co., Bentonville Brewing Co., Bike Rack Brewing Co., Columbus House Brewery., Core Public Houses, Crisis Brewing Company, Eureka Springs Brewery, Fossil Cove Brewing Co., Hawk Moth Brewery, Ivory Bill Brewing, JJ's Beer Garden & Brewing (JBGB), Natural State Beer Company, New Province Brewing Co., Ozark Beer Co., Saddlebock Brewery and West Mountain Brewing Co. and Black Apple Crossing.
There’s a new truck in town! If you visit one of our favorite food spaces, the Yacht Club on College, you’ll probably notice Moby the Narwhal and his big, blue bus.
The popular vintage clothing store is celebrating their grand re-opening on April 6 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. The celebration includes beer from Apple Blossom Brewery, food by The Green Goat and Aaron Giles on the turntable.
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