Fayetteville is home to the University of Arkansas and the third largest city in Arkansas. It is also home to the Arkansas Air Museum, the state's oldest museum. Experience the colorful history of aviation in Arkansas as you walk through the museum. The museum displays the entire aviation era from the day of the first flight through the golden age of air racing, World War I, World War II, Vietnam war and into the future of aviation. Take a journey through time in 1920s when the world famous racing planes were flown in the sky by champion air racers around the world or in 1930s when the early passenger airliners laid the foundation of the modern aviation industry. One of the unique things about the Arkansas Air Museum is that many of the planes that are among the museum exhibits still fly. Some of the static exhibits include Vietnam-era Army helicopters and a Navy carrier fighter. Fayetteville also has over 70 parks and trails that are natural habitats. These habitats provide food, water, shelter and a nurturing environment for young wildlife; extend over 3,129 acres of land. One of the favorite tourist destinations in Fayetteville is Wilson Park, which is the first park in Fayetteville. The park contains playgrounds, picnic areas, a swimming pool, a baseball field, and a 1981 castle. It also has courts for volleyball, basketball and tennis.
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Fayetteville is a unique mix of college town, business community and outdoor activities and cultural center. The University has its own impact on Fayetteville, as you walk passed by the College Avenue, you will see hundreds of shops and restaurants. Dickson Street is known for live music and entertainment. The Fayetteville Historic Square is the original city center and home to the Fayetteville Farmer's Market that runs three days a week starts from spring and ends in early autumn. The Fayetteville Historic Square is known for its beautiful garden. The historic square includes the old post office, the Old Bank of Fayetteville Building, the Lewis Brothers Building, the Mrs. Young Building and the Guisinger Building. If you like antiques then you can visit French Quarters Antiques which imports 18th and 19th century fine antiques directly from France and other European countries. They also carry French country furniture. Visitors in the city can go to the Walton Arts Center which is the largest performing arts center in Northwest Arkansas. The center hosts many musicals, plays and other artistic and educational events throughout the year. Fayetteville has rich Civil War history with the National and Confederate cemeteries and Headquarters House. Built about 1852, the Headquarters was used by both the Confederate and Union armies. Today, the house is the headquarters for the Washington County Historical Society.