Fayetteville Travel Guide to Fun Attractions

Pack your Fayetteville travel agenda with a few attractions that are a must see. Fayetteville is a place that has a lot of history. This place has something for all the visitors: museum, parks and art centers to a lot more. You are sure to have a rich experience here. Read on to find out about the attractions in Fayetteville.

Air Museum
4290 S. School Ave.
Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701-8008
(479) 521-4947
http://www.arkairmuseum.org/exhibits/

The Air Museum in Arkansas is a must-see attraction during your Fayetteville travel. The museum has several exhibits from the time air travel was initiated in this area. This is the oldest and most popular museum. It has memorabilia from the golden period of air racing. You can get a sense of the role that aircraft and fighter jets played during the World War I. You can view Sam Walton's first airplane as well as British fighter planes. There is an entrance fee for kids is $4 and $8 for the adults. Inquire about the working hours before setting out from your Fayetteville Bed and Breakfast.

Clinton House
930 S. California Blvd.
Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701-4912
(479) 444-0066
http://www.clintonhousemuseum.org/

Witness the history and the charm of this beautiful attraction during your Fayetteville travel. This house is where former President Clinton tied the knot with Hillary Clinton. It is located in the Ozark Mountains. There are several items of interest here that weave Clinton's political career. There is also a replica of Hillary Clinton's wedding dress here. The Clinton House is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Ask for directions at your Fayetteville Inn.

Wilson Park
W. Louis St.
Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701

This Park does not need any address or other details, ask any local and they will direct you to this park. The Wilson Park looks more like an enchanted forest. It is located at the heart of Fayetteville and is a major tourist attraction in the region. The park is a great way to beat the afternoon heat. Walk on the set trail and explore a series of beautiful waterfalls and streams. The cool breeze will elevate your spirits. Spread out a picnic and watch the kids play on the swings and slides. Make it a point to visit this park during your Fayetteville travel.

Military Museum

4360 S. School Ave.
Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701-8033
(479) 587-1941
http://www.ozarkmilitarymuseum.org/

This museum is built to preserve the memories and the efforts of the military and air force during the World Wars. There are exhibits of several aircraft and ambulances, Jeeps and the likes that were used during the war. Also uniforms of the fighters are exhibited with a sense of honor and respect. This museum was previously run and maintained by veterans. Walk back in time at this Fayetteville attraction.

Walton Center

495 W. Dickson St.
Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701-5108
(479) 443-5600
http://blog.waltonartscenter.org/

Your trip to Fayetteville will be incomplete if you do not visit the Walton Center. This is a place where art comes to life. You will be left mesmerized by the various art exhibits. There are several genres of paintings done by artists from different backgrounds. There are several live performances at this art center. You can witness well-choreographed and performed ballet and listen to some soothing musical shows.