Fayetteville Town SquareFayetteville, Arkansas is a community of 73,000 has big city amenities with mid-size community charm. Home to the University of Arkansas, the state’s major research university and flagship education institution, plus the arts, entertainment, outdoor activities, and nightlife to make this a memorable meeting destination.

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Fayetteville Meetings

Fayetteville has the venues to host events large and small – from Walmart’s Annual Shareholders Meeting, to intimate retreats. Treat your group to a meeting they’ll never forget in this beautiful facility. Here are some of the great venues that Fayetteville has to offer, or go to http://www.experiencefayetteville.com/meetings/latest:

Fayetteville Town Center

This state-of-the-art convention facility is located on Fayetteville’s downtown square, ideal for meetings, trade shows and social events. Five event rooms accommodate from 5 to over 1,400 attendees, depending on configuration.
15 W. Mountain Street
Fayetteville, AR 72701

Mount Sequoyah Conference and Retreat Center

Historic Conference and Retreat Center is located on 32-acre park-setting campus in downtown Fayetteville, on the scenic top of a mountain. Overnight lodging and multiple meeting spaces in facilities are available.
Large auditorium accommodates 450, Small chapel for 125, Outdoor recreational facilities and large outdoor pool.
150 NW Skyline Drive
Fayetteville, AR 72701

Nadine Baum Studio

Located at the Nadine Baum Studios on West Street across from Walton Arts Center, this room offers a unique space for special events.
Theater style: 300, Seated dinner: 192, Reception: 400
Room measures 74′ x 54′ or 3,996 square feet
505 West Spring Street
Fayetteville, AR 72701

Pratt Place Inn

A beautifully appointed B&B style inn with two meeting spaces, the Barn and the Magnolia Dining Room.
2231 W. Markham Road
Fayetteville, AR 72701

Arkansas Global Campus

This modern, spacious facility, located on Fayetteville’s historic downtown square, is ideal for groups large or small.
2 East Center Street
Fayetteville, AR 72701


Fayetteville Lodging

Fayetteville has boutique hotels with meeting rooms, as well as the familiar hotel brands, and lodging for all types of budgets. Check out the Chancellor Hotel, just off the Fayetteville Square, or the historic Inn at Carnall Hall, located on the University of Arkansas campus.


Fayetteville Dining

Fayetteville is a foodie’s town. With a variety of restaurants and a strong locally sourced food movement, you can find that perfect coffee shop with the community table, local breweries, cozy bakeries, fine dining, international fare, and lots more.


Fayetteville Things To Do

The Fayetteville square is known for its beautiful gardens and Farmer’s Market that runs three days a week spring through fall. Just blocks away, Dickson Street is the hip place for unique shops, dining, and tons of music venues. Completing the scene are live events at the newly renovated Walton Arts Center, which brings concerts, Broadway shows, drama, and dance to the city’s entertainment district. The WAC, as it is known, also houses the Symphony of Northwest Arkansas. Trails for hiking and biking are abundant in and around Fayetteville, where outdoor enthusiasts also enjoy nearby camping, horseback riding, fishing, and caving.

Activities you don’t want to miss in Fayetteville include:

  • Dickson Street
  • Fayetteville Square
  • Walton Arts Center
  • Arkansas Air Museum
  • Clinton House Museum
  • University of Arkansas Campus
  • War Eagle Mill
  • Local Breweries


Getting There

The Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport is the nearest major airport, with direct service to 14 destinations by four airlines. Fayetteville’s Drake Field offers a full service FBO to serve general aviation traffic.