Attractions in Fayetteville, AR

Experience Fayetteville – In addition to offering maps and brochures about anything and everything to do in Fayetteville and Northwest Arkansas, the visitors center stocks Razorback merchandise, locally made foods, postcards, locally-themed attire, gift baskets and plenty of gift options.  Located at 21 S Block Avenue.

Crystal Bridges Museum of Art

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art— Renowned collection ranging from Rockwell to Warhol in a striking structure set on 120 lush acres. Located at 600 Museum Way, Bentonville, AR 72712.

The Momentary— New contemporary art space and performance venue planned at the site of the former Kraft Foods factory. Located at 507 SE E St, Bentonville, AR 72712.

Dickson Street Bookshop – Located in a winding and deceptively large building in the heart of the entertainment district, this bookstore is the stuff of legends and recipient international-level kudos for its vast selection of all kinds of books, many out of print. A must for any reader. Located at 325 W Dickson. 

Nightbird Books

Nightbird Books – An intimate and cozy gathering place for readings and events, Nightbird Books is a locally owned, independent bookstore with a carefully curated selection of new books for all ages. Located at 205 W Dickson.

Art Ventures— Art Ventures promotes the visual arts in Northwest Arkansas by actively collaborating with the community, supporting artists working to the highest standards, encouraging education and public engagement in the arts, and providing accessibility to under-represented communities. Gallery at 101 W Mountain St.

TheatreSquared– TheatreSquared’s locally produced and nationally acclaimed productions reach 45,000 patrons each year. The company is Northwest Arkansas’s year-round professional resident theatre, offering a unique audience experience in an intimate space. In 2011, TheatreSquared was recognized by the American Theatre Wing, founder of the Tony Awards, as one of the nation’s ten most promising emerging theatres. Located at 477 W Spring St.

Clinton House Museum— The Clinton House is a historic house museum. Built in 1931, it was the first home of Bill Clinton and Hillary Rodham while they both taught at the University of Arkansas School of Law and was where they married in 1975. Located at 930 W Clinton Dr.

Blair Public Library— The Fayetteville Public Library, founded in 1916, was relocated in October 2004 into a $23 million building, which was the first green building in Arkansas. The library includes a local coffeeshop, Arsaga’s, and hosts several events, including film festivals, book signings, and public forums throughout the year. Located at 351 W Mountain St.

Fayetteville Farmer’s Market

Fayetteville Farmer’s Market— Founded in 1974. Downtown square on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday mornings.