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Cape Fear Botanical Garden

Cape Fear Botanical Garden

85-acre public botanical garden located approximately one mile from downtown Fayetteville. Situated along both the Cape Fear River and Cross Creek. The garden offers ornamental and native plant gardens, gazebo garden, 100-year-old farmhouse, and heritage gardens.
Fayetteville Area Transportation Museum

Fayetteville Area Transportation Museum

Exhibits and artifacts of transportation from days gone by are featured in this new downtown museum which opened in June of 2006. From the Native American trails to steamboats and trains, explore the importance of the early trade communities of Cross Creek and Campbellton.
Fayetteville Independent Light Infantry Armory and Museum

Fayetteville Independent Light Infantry Armory and Museum

Oldest southern militia unit in continuous existence in the US since 1793. Museum houses two centuries of preserved documents, uniforms, and documents.
Kyle House

Kyle House

A victim of the Great Fire of 1831, the house was rebuilt in 1855 with walls 18 inches thick for insulation and fire-proofing. A fine example of Greek Revival and Italianate architecture.
Market House

Market House

Built in 1832 on an earlier Statehouse Foundation, the Market House is listed on the National Register for Historic Places and is a national landmark. Its unique architecture endures as a visible symbol of the city.
Museum of the Cape Fear Historical Complex

Museum of the Cape Fear Historical Complex

Regional museum features exhibits relating the history of southeastern North Carolina. Arsenal Park houses the remains of the Fayetteville Arsenal (1836-1865). The 1897 Poe House is a restored late Victorian residence.

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