Downtown Fayetteville Art Walk

Mural in downtown Fayetteville
Mural in downtown Fayetteville

Fayetteville has long been known for it’s beautiful downtown and square. Dynamic businesses, an entertainment district, the gardens on the square and the Farmer’s Market have been an appeal for decades.

Now, murals and sculptures of gnomes, bears, owls, battling deer, a peace prayer fountain and more add to the enjoyment of a visit to downtown Fayetteville. The city even has a downtown art walk.

Walk to these sites for some artsy fun, eat and drink along the way (breakfast to dinner, coffee to martinis), and take time to smell the flowers.

Downtown Fayetteville murals
Murals on the Fayetteville square

Art Walk Destinations

Fenix Fayetteville Mural

Octavio Logo and Eugene Sargent

Fenix Fayetteville Gallery

Collective, multiple artists

16 W. Center St.


Walker Stone House

Deer half Deer, Bordalo II

Fayetteberry, Gina Gallina

Mural, Bicicleta Sem Freio

207 W. Center St.


Experience Fayetteville

Exp Fay Mural, Olivia Trimble

Gnomes, Jason Jones

Welcome Neon, Brian Bailey

21 S. Block Ave.


BumbleBee Mural

L.A. based artist, Bumblebee

Corner of S. Block and W. Rock


Nearly Illegal

Ernest Zacharevic

1 W. Mountain, View from East Ave.


Enjoy Local Mural

Artist Jason Jones

Fayetteville Town center Plaza

15 W. Mountain

World Peace Prayer Fountain

Artist Hank Kaminsky

Fayetteville Town Center Plaza

15 W. Mountain


Owl Mural

Alexis Dias

Old Mountain Inn

College Ave. and Center St.

Fresh Air

Mural by Jason Jones

McKee Architects

545 W. Center St.


Trailside Village

Collective, Multiple Artists

546 W  Center


Art Ventures

Gallery, Multiple Artists

101 W. Mountain


Almeda Riddle

Mural by Nick Shoulders

Little Bread Co.

116 N. Block Ave.


Murals at Smoke & Barrel

Aux Arc Purgatory by Nick Shoulders

Fayetteville is my Favoritesville mural by Olivia Trimble

324 W. Dickson

Sculpture in downtown Fayetteville