The community of Fayetteville is perfecting the art of living. Home to the Walton Arts Center, the University of Arkansas and a member of the Green Valley Project, Fayetteville weaves art, nature and sustainability beautifully.
Hike 16 miles of trails through town, enjoy local foods at the Farmer’s Market, and explore the Fayetteville Botanical Gardens. Immerse yourself in Fayetteville’s rich architectural heritage. Drive through the historic district of Washington Willows. See native materials highlighted in the architecture of E. Fay Jones on the architecture trail map available at the Fayetteville Visitors Bureau in downtown Fayetteville. Stand in the shadow of Old Main on the University’s Campus.
Every year, Fayetteville celebrates art and nature with Artosphere, a festival featuring music, art, theater and dance performed in traditional and non-traditional indoor and outdoor venues throughout the Northwest Arkansas region.
See Fayetteville from Mt. Sequoyah. The highest point in Fayetteville, Mt. Sequoyah offers premier views of the city and a unique view of a Trail of Tears passage. Discover music, dining and shopping on Fayetteville’s Dickson Street.