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Fayetteville, North Carolina, was where Babe Ruth hit his first home run as a professional baseball player. The 19-year-old rookie for the Baltimore Orioles had a storied career ahead of him that began at the Cape Fear Fair Grounds in 1914.

Overview of Fayetteville

Fayetteville is best known as the location of Fort Bragg, a historic and currently active army base that is most prominently associated with the Special Forces and the U.S. Army airborne. As of September 2008, Fayetteville and Cumberland County became the world's first Sanctuary for Soldiers and Their Families. The area is also known for its great local parks and unique museums as well as terrific opportunities for shopping and dining.

Check out some of Fayetteville's finest offerings

Best Special Occasion Dining:
Pierros Italian Bistro. Iron Chef Award Winner Daniel Fair and Mike Laurenceau are the proprietors of this local fine dining favorite. It's a great place to celebrate anniversaries and birthdays with family and friends over world-class food and drinks.

Best Casual Date or Brewery Restaurant:
Huske Hardware House. Another description for this hotspot is a gastropub that specializes in traditional pub food from Great Britain. These includes favorites like Bangers and Mash as well as Brew-Battered Fish and Chips.

Best Real Southern Food in Town:
Biscuit Kitchen. A far cry from fancy, this place serves traditional Southern foods like biscuits, grits and fried chicken by the box, bucket or piece.

Best Shopping Mall:

Top 5 Fayetteville Adventures

  • Visit the museum that really puts the special in Special Ops: For anyone who enjoys modern American history, the Airborne and Special Operations Museum located at Fort Bragg is a real treat, offering up-close exhibits dedicated to the history of Special Operations, the U.S. Army and more.
  • Enjoy the downtown areaThe city is proud of its Fayetteville Downtown Historic District. The revitalized downtown area offers everything from big events, like the International Folk Festival, to exquisite dining at restaurants like Circa 1800 and a memorable cafe experience at First Date Coffee House.
  • See the best of local nature on your bike: For those who love exploring nature or going for a brisk run, Cross Creek Linear Park is a linear green space that runs through the city, following the banks of scenic Cross Creek.
  • Find out more about the local history: The Fayetteville Area Transportation and Local History Museum is a great way for new residents to learn about the city. The museum is housed in the Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley Railroad Depot, which dates back to 1890, and offers visitors two floors of engaging exhibits dedicated to local history and more.
  • See the best historical museum and ruins in town: For a broader view of local history, the Museum of the Cape Fear Historical Complex is an excellent choice for an afternoon of local and state history along with the Victorian-era Poe House and Arsenal Park.
  • Fayetteville Town Center

    Tips For Renting In

    • The median rental rate for a one-bedroom apartment is $862 per month.
    • The city tends to experience all four seasons, so new residents should be prepared for hot summers and winters with occasionally heavy snowfalls.
    • Public transportation in Fayetteville is provided by bus, which many residents use for commuting to Fort Bragg.
    • Fayetteville is served by Amtrak, Greyhound and a regional airport.
    • The public schools feature a student-to-teacher ratio of 13:1, which is better than the state or national average.
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    Average Rent in Fayetteville, NC

    • Studio: $521
    • 1 bedroom: $783
    • 2 bedrooms: $910
    • 3 bedrooms: $1077