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Explore the All-America City on a Bus Rental in Fayetteville, North Carolina

Fayetteville, North Carolina

Located in Cumberland County, Fayetteville is home to more than 204,000 people. The city has been given the All-America City Award by the National Civic League. Get on a bus rental in Fayetteville, North Carolina and tour the city today.

A bus rental in Fayetteville, North Carolina can take you to:

Arts & Culture

Go to the Airborne and Special Operations Museum, which was first opened in the 1990s and has several exhibits on the history of the United States military, including artifacts and dioramas on the Battle of Mogadishu. You can also go to another military museum, the 82nd Airborne Division War Memorial, which has several exhibits touching on military history, including the two World Wars, the Vietnam War, and the Persian Gulf Wars.

You can also visit the Fayetteville Transportation Museum, where you can learn more about the city’s history and its many forms of transportation, including transportation-related exhibits, a gas station from the 1950s, and steamboats.

There’s also the Cape Fear Regional Theatre that gives you great theater productions. The auditorium accommodates more than 300 people. Or you can check out the productions of Gilbert Theater or watch musical concerts at Festival Park.

You can also visit the Museum of Cape Fear and the Fascinate-U Children's Museum.

Restaurants & Shopping

Check out the Gillis Hill Farms, where you can pick your own strawberries or pumpkins, buy fresh vegetables, fruits, or ice cream. You can also go to Cross Creek Mall, where you have more than 1 million square feet of space featuring more than 150 tenants including anchor stores JCPenney, Sears, Belk, and Macy's.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

There are a handful of golf courses that you can play on in Fayetteville. Choose from Baywood Golf Club, Highland Country Club, Methodist University Golf Club, Gates Four Golf & Country Club, or King's Grant Golf & Country Club.

You can also visit the Cumberland County Crown Coliseum, which accommodates 8,500 people. This is home to the Cape Fear Heroes and Fayetteville FireAntz teams. Or go to J. P. Riddle Stadium for baseball games. This is the home of the Fayetteville Swampdogs.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

The Poe House is one of the best history museums in the city. Step inside the 1890s house and admire all the late Victorian design elements. You can also go to the Arsenal Park and see the ordnance factory on the site.

The city also has close to five dozen sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places. These sites include houses such as Dr. Ezekiel Ezra Smith House, Dr. William C. Verdery House, Frank H. Stedman House, John A. Oates House, John E. Patterson House, Robert Strange Country House, and the William McDiarmid House, among many others. Then there are the churches, such as Campground Methodist Church, Evans Metropolitan AME Zion Church, First Baptist Church, First Presbyterian Church, Hay Street Methodist Church, St. John's Episcopal Church, and St. Joseph's Episcopal Church. Or the historic schools such as Massey Hill High School, Orange Street School, and the Seventy-First Consolidated School. Further, you have the businesses and commercial buildings such as Barge's Tavern, Fayetteville Ice and Manufacturing Company's Plant and Engineer's House, Fayetteville Mutual Insurance Company Building, M & O Chevrolet Company, Prince Charles Hotel, and Waddill's Store.

Then, of course, you have the national historic districts where you can find a lot of historic structures and buildings that are close together and are great sites to see by history lovers who are pressed for time. These districts are Fayetteville Downtown Historic District, Fayetteville Veterans Administration Hospital Historic District, Haymount District, Market House Square District, and Pope Air Force Base Historic District.

Other nationally registered sites in the city include: Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Station, Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley Railway Passenger Depot, Confederate Breastworks, Cross Creek Cemetery Number One, Fayetteville Women's Club and Oval Ballroom, Hangars 4 and 5, Pope Air Force Base, North Carolina Arsenal Site, and Phoenix Masonic Lodge No. 8, among many others.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

ZipQuest Waterfall Treetop Adventure allows you to have a fun time while you zipline through the treetops and gives you the chance to enjoy the beauty of nature. There’s also the first state park that is devoted to military veterans all over the country. Located in the downtown area of the city, the park has several natural and architectural features that pay tribute to the veterans.

And if the hustle and bustle of city life gets to you, drop by the Cape Fear Botanical Garden, which gives you a respite with its beautiful flowers and plants, as well as offers you a great opportunity to hike through nature and see the Cape Fear River. Then check out Lake Rim Park, where you can hike, play soccer, or just have a picnic, among other activities. You can also go to Mazarick Park and other parks in the city.

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