Cape Fear Regional Theatre
Features a three-story complex with a 300-seat main stage and contracts actors, writers, and designers from throughout the country.
A great local playhouse. If you are coming to town, check out their website and see if there is a show going on. They usually put on a good production.
Walking distance, right next to a cute little bar and grill, and great stories are told here.
One of the closest things Fayetteville offers regarding plays comparable to those shown on Broadway in NYC
“Inexpensive museum that is so convenient. Not too big, but kids could spend hours using their imagination!”
“Cape Fear Botanical Garden located at 536 North Eastern Boulevard. It is open to the public daily; an admission fee is charged. The Garden was established in 1989 to serve both Fayetteville Technical Community College horticulture students and North Carolina horticulturalists. It conserves and displays plant species and the plant communities of the Cape Fear River basin. The garden contains nature trails, a natural amphitheater, steep ravines with unusual plants, and a varied riparian terrain ranging from pine forest through hardwood hills to river banks. Details about the Garden's cultural and educational programs can be found at www.capefearbg.org. Wikipedia ”
“Call and ask for live music events. This place has a very classic atmosphere. You can have an elegant dinner or just go for drinks and live music. ”
“The park is a great place to walk and enjoy the day. There are swings, a disc golf course, Glennville lake and amazing paved trails.”