Welcome to Anders Group’s weekly location spotlight where we’ll share what to eat, see, and do in some of the most popular Travel Assignment locations! Up this week…Fayetteville!
WHERE: Fayetteville, AR
ABOUT: Fayetteville is the 3rd largest city in Arkansas and home of the University of Arkansas Razorbacks. It is northeast of the beautiful Ozark National Forest and Mt. Sequoyah, these make a beautiful backdrop for hiking and/or camping. No matter what time of year you visit, the weather here is not too hot or not extremely cold. Full of museums and historic landmarks, this town will definitely appeal to your inner historian.
- Hammontree’s Grilled Cheese – take your pick from 15 different sandwiches and over 26 cheese options
- Sassy’s – their trademark sauce is tasty on any kind of meat you can think of
- Wood Stone Craft Pizza – made from locally sources ingredients, this scratch kitchen specializes in wood fire pizza
- Botanical Garden of the Ozark – tour 12 brilliantly themed gardens and the only butterfly house in Arkansas
- Clinton House Museum – walk the halls of Presidents Clinton’s first home with his wife Hilary, you get to see election memorabilia and learn about their lives together
- World Peace Fountain – this bronze spherical sculpture is covered in over 100 languages all saying the same phrase “May Peace Prevails on Earth,” people come here to reflect and meditate
- TheatreSquared – in 12 years this company has gained recognition from big names in the industry, dedicating itself to passionate performances with a goal to “transform lives”
- Ozark Escape – you have an hour to solve various puzzles and clues in order to escape the different themed rooms
- Baum Stadium – enjoy some Razorback baseball
- It is illegal for dogs to bark after 6pm and to walk your cow down Main St. after 1p on Sunday.
- Arkansas’ Fayetteville is the largest of all the Fayettevilles in the country.
Have you been to Fayetteville? What did you eat, see, and do? Leave your recommendations below