Evergreen Confederate Cemetery
This confederate Cemetery offers a chilling reminder of the war that once violently divided the nation. For more than 600 soldiers who hailed from Arkansas, Louisiana, Missouri and Texas, many of who died in the war. Evergreen is within easy walking distance of the square downtown.
This is a stately white mansion with its Revival-style columns. Built in 1853 by Judge Jonas Tibits it remains one of the city’s oldest residences. The home has been restored to its original grandeur and is designated as the first step on the Washington-Willow Walking tour.
This mountain offers sweeping views of the Fayetteville area from its 1700-foot peak. The peak, which was known as East mountain, was renamed Mount Sequoyah and allowed the Methodist Episcopal Church to establish Mount Sequoyah conference and retreat center on the summit. This development led to easier access to the top of the mountain.
This redbrick building is the elder statesman on the Arkansas University ground. It is a beautiful example of the 19th century Second Empire-style architecture. Originally called the University building, Old Main has withstood its shares of hardship over the years, including a fire and termite infestations.
Old Washington County Courthouse Jail
This old redbrick courthouse is noteworthy for several reasons. Inside the building, visitors will find a large mural that commemorates the soldiers who fought in the First World War. Just a short walking distance from the courthouse is the old jail, which dates from the 1890s and was constructed in the Romanesque style
Surrounded by a colorful backdrop of apple trees and exquisite rose, perennial and native plant gardens, the historic peel Mansion offers a charming glimpse at what life must have been like for the privileged class in the 1870s. The home is constructed almost entirely of local red brick and hearty yellow pine.
This is the oldest standing house in the city maintained by the Washington County Historical Society. Interestingly enough, the original structure, built in 1836,was actually one story and constructed almost entirely of native logs.
University of Arkansas
It stands as one of the South’s leading public universities in terms of scientific, technological and creative accomplishments. The school’s beautiful, tree lined campus is flanked to Motor Coach, Mini Bus, School Bus, Entertainer, Executive, Limo Bus, Double Decker, Passenger Van and Public Transit the south by the Ozarks and covers some 300-plus acre. Prominent alumni and faculty include Sam Walton, Bill Clinton, Hillary-Rodham Clinton and J.William Fulbright.
Walker- Stone house
Originally home State Supreme Court justice David Walker, this lovely Georgian home on Center Street was constructed in the 1840s.Like much of Fayetteville, the home was unable to remain unscathed during the civil war. In all above mentioned places a visitor can effortlessly available fine lodgings and ground transportation service like Charter Bus including Motor Coach, Mini Bus, School Bus, Entertainer, Executive, Limo Bus, Double Decker, Passenger Van and Public Transit etc to make his/her trip more enjoyable one.