Welcome to Northwest Arkansas
- Crystal Bridges Museum
- Fayetteville Farmers Market
- Walton Arts Center
- Devil's Den State Park
- Bike Trail
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art welcomes all to celebrate the American spirit in a setting that unites the power of art with the beauty of nature. We explore the unfolding story of America by actively collecting, exhibiting, interpreting, and preserving outstanding works that illuminate our heritage and artistic possibilities.
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Since 1973, the market has offered the finest in locally produced vegetables, fruits, flowers, plants, meats, baked goods, honey, eggs, jams, juried crafts, and fine art from the four-county area. Known as the “Crown Jewel of Fayetteville,” the Saturday market is alive with street performers, local musicians, community organizations, tourists and locals alike. Up to as many as 70 vendors set up around the beautiful, historic square gardens and represent the diversity of the area.
The Walton Arts Center group of theaters, including the main performance hall located at the center of downtown Fayetteville, Trike Kids Theatre, and the Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion (the AMP), offers entertainment and enrichment activities for residents of all ages. The Walton Arts Center has performances throughout the year, from award-winning authors to Broadway musicals, while the Trike Children's theater actually uses local children actors in all their performances. The new AMP allows residents to enjoy live music and the beauty of the Ozarks in the state's largest amphitheater.
Devil's Den State Park is located just a few miles up I49 from Fayetteville between the towns of Winslow and West Fork. The 2500 acre wilderness area includes both hiking and bike trails, as well as fishing, camping, and horseback riding. Nestled in the Lee Creek Valley, it is the perfect way to enjoy the beauty of the Ozarks.
In 2010, Fayetteville was named a "Bicycle Friendly Community" by the League of American Cyclists. Since then, the city has continued to expand its extensive bike trail system, connecting parks and major Fayetteville landmarks. The city has planned nearly 100 miles of trails to be completed over the next several years.