"Tour the City of Fayetteville in your Chartered Bus"
This bastion of southern hospitality is host to the U.S. Army's Fort Bragg and part of a select circle of only 10 cities, to receive the 2001 coveted award as an "All-America City" from the National Civic League.
Explore Fayetteville city in ease and safety from your comfortable chartered bus. For this is the city to have a fun, interesting and educational expedition about the country's military history.There's the recently opened Airborne and Special Operations Museum, already a popular tourist destination.
Then sneak a peek at tour Fort Bragg, where if you're lucky, you'd see elite paratroops training. The JFK Special Warfare Museum, which houses weapons, military art and international cultural items, can give you a better understanding of the mechanics of unconventional warfare. See artifacts and memorabilia about the oldest southern militia unit in the United States at Fayetteville Independent Light Infantry Armory and Museum. It's by appointment only but charges no admission fee.
Another attraction worth discovering is the Heritage Square. This three part complex has structures that are listed in the National Register of Historic Places: the Sandford House(1800), the freestanding Oval Ballroom (1818) and the Baker-Haigh-Nimocks House (1804). It's owned and run by the Fayetteville Woman's Club.
For a more serene aspect of the city - take a leisurely promenade at Fayetteville's Botanical Gardens, located on the bluffs of the Cape Fear River. What's to see in this 85-acre garden? More than 85 species of trees including the largest swamp chestnut oak, named in Fayetteville register of big trees and over 2,000 species of ornamental plants.
With your chartered bus, these explorations are fun and doable. Just hand your itinerary to your experienced bus driver and experience it all unfold.