Antique Shopping

Antique Shopping
Downtown Fayetteville
931-433-1234
Fayetteville is the Antique Lover's paradise. With an abundance of antique shops and malls to serve your special needs, your treasure hunt can begin in the heart of Lincoln County. Downtown Fayetteville boasts the most antique shops per square mile in our area.

Cahoots Restaurant

Cahoots Restaurant
114 W Market Street
931-433 1173
Dine "behind bars" in a turn-of-the century jail cell while you enjoy delicious cuisine. This restaurant featured in national publications including Southern Living. 

Fayetteville Lincoln County Museum

Fayetteville Lincoln County Museum
521 Main Avenue South
931-438-0339 or 931-433-1234
www.flcmuseum.com
Visit this museum located in the Old Borden Milk Plant and view a large collection of items from days gone by. Don't miss the military, medical, and agriculture exhibits. Also see the enormous arrowhead collection.

Historic Downtown Fayetteville Square

Historic Downtown Fayetteville Square
931-433-1234
Visit our unique downtown square and enjoy shopping in the unique gift shops, admiring the architecture of the buildings, and watching the whittlers at work on the courthouse lawn! Shop in the several famous stores featured in Southern Living Magazine and on prime time talk shows

Historic Home Walking Tours

Historic Home Walking Tours
Mulberry Avenue Homes, Elk Avenue Homes, and Washington Street Homes
931-433-1234
Get your free guide at the Chamber of Commerce and take a self-guided tour of the beautiful homes in these historic neighborhoods. One has been named to the National Register.

Sir's Fabric Store

Sir's Fabric Store
110 N Elk Avenue
931-433-2487
Find exactly what you are looking for in the South's Largest Designer Fabric Outlet located in downtown Fayetteville, Tennessee.
http://www.sirsfabric.com

Stone Bridge Memorial Park

Stone Bridge Memorial Park
931-433-1234
At the corner of Hwy 431/231 & Thornton Taylor Parkway. See a replica of the historic Stone Bridge and Pristine Cascade as you walk through this beautiful park. Visit our visitor center located in one of two historic log cabins.