Introduction to Fayetteville, Tennessee
The city of Fayetteville was founded in 1809. It is named in honor of Marquis de Lafayette, a French general who aided the Americans during the revolution. It is also the county seat of Lincoln County.
Fayetteville and nearby Attractions
- Lincoln County Museum
- Henry Horton State Park
- Tims Ford State Park
- Tennessee Walking Horse Museum
- Huntsville Museum of Art
Things To Do In Fayetteville
Fayetteville offers a wide variety of opportunities for recreation. One can visit the Hands on Science Center for an educational and recreational outing. The Tims Ford State Park and the Henry Horton State Park are nearby as well. The Lincoln County Museum provides insight into the history of this area. Local celebrations include the Lincoln County Fair and the Fayetteville Host of Christmas Past.
Huntsville International is the nearest major airport.
Fayetteville Higher Education
Higher studies can be pursued at Motlow State Community College, Alabama A&M University, the University of Alabama Huntsville and Columbia State Community College.