Fayetteville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau

Of course we have a great website, but we are SO much more than that! Be sure to explore these other quick and easy ways to make the most of your visit to Fort Bragg Communities of Cumberland County…

Explore Our Trails

Cultural Heritage Tours Driving Guide

Cultural Heritage Trails
With over 750 miles of themed driving trails, it’s safe to say America’s Hometown is steeped in history. Whether exploring the Cape Fear Botanical Gardens on the All-American Adventure trail, taking in a live theatre production at Cape Fear Regional Theatre on the Patri-Arts & Gardens trail or witnessing a parachute jump at Fort Bragg on the Patriots: Past & Present trail, we have the route for you. Explore our Trail Guide and Trail Videos to find out more.

« Click here to download the Printable Digital Trail Guide

Trail Trek Geocoaching TrailThe Greater Fayetteville GPS Trail Trek is a geocaching game that takes place throughout the whole county. You’ll discover fun places and learn things you never knew about the county. Be like Lewis and Clark… except with satellite guidance! Get out and EXPLORE!

Click the Trail Trek cache box to find out more »

Passport to America's Hometown

Passport to America's HometownThe Passport to America’s Hometown is a pocket guide to 12 attractions for visitors/locals to visit in Cumberland County. When you complete a visit at one of the 12 attractions, your passport is stamped by that location. Every stamp is different and unique to each attraction. Passports can be obtained at our three Visitor Center locations, as well as each of the 11 featured attractions.

Featured attractions include: Fayetteville Area Convention and Visitors Bureau, 82nd Airborne Division War Memorial Museum, Airborne and Special Operations Museum, The Arts Council, Averasboro Battlefield, Cape Fear Botanical Garden, J. Bayard Clark Park and Nature Center, Fascinate-U Children’s Museum. Fayetteville Area Transportation and Local History Museum, John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Museum, Museum of the Cape Fear Historical Complex, and North Carolina Veterans Park.

Maps, Kiosks and More

MapNEW MAP! A real paper map, hot off the presses, this functional street level map of Greater Fayetteville/Cumberland County is complete with an easy to read legend to help you find your way to all the fun attractions and historic sites in our hometown. Pick it up for just $1 from one of our Visitor Center locations.

Hint, Hint… While driving I-95, tune your radio to FAVOR 1680AM for announcements regarding events in the Fort Bragg communities, visitor information, and tips on which exits are perfect for stopping for the night or just to stretch your legs! Broadcasting 7 days a week.

Visitor Kiosks – Our visitor kiosks can be found at various locations throughout the county. Designed to help out-of-towners make the most of their visit, they are also a great tool for local residents looking to visit places that haven’t explored before.

« For more information on kiosk locations, please visit our website

Want to know what else there is to do in the Fort Bragg Communities? Request your own copy of our Destination Guide, or check out the on-line version.

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Fayetteville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau » « 245 Person St. • Fayetteville, NC 28301

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