Shopping

Shopping In Greater Fayetteville 

Shopping Greater FayettevilleResidents and visitors to Fayetteville and Cumberland County find plenty of shopping opportunities. Cross Creek Mall has remained the epicenter of Fayetteville’s shopping corridor – today boasting more than 140 stores, eateries and businesses.  Cross Creek mall is surrounded by scores of stores to entice shopping afficianados. 

Downtown Fayetteville, Hope Mills and Spring Lake also offer interesting shops, restaurants and fun places to explore. 

Read below for shopping updates from Cumberland County.  For a complete list of stores in the community, head to VisitFayettevilleNC.com

Baby, It’s Cold Outside

The Coffee Cup Fayetteville NC
Come out of the cold and into one of the many coffee shops located around the greater Fayetteville area. Coffee culture is big here, and each of our local cafés has its own unique environment and vibe. While out shopping or seeing the sights in Cumberland County, take a break from the frigid weather and pop into one of these shops for a freshly roasted cup of joe. Cumberland Coffee Roasters, Hope Mills Get out… [...]

America’s Hometown Happenings: November 25 – 27

Our favorite time of the year is here, in Cumberland County, and this long holiday weekend presents several opportunities for visitors and locals seeking festive forms of entertainment on the town. If you are already anticipating Black Friday regrets or cabin fever setting in this weekend, then the greater Fayetteville area offers some perfect solutions to both predicaments. And best of all? Every ev… [...]

America’s Hometown Happenings:
November 4 – 6

Art, Pottery, Fourth friday
This weekend’s hometown happenings are focused on shopping for the holidays, celebrating our military heroes and appreciating the arts. Many attractions and shops in the Arts & Entertainment District of downtown Fayetteville are offering visitors unique “shopportunities” combined with artistic diversions. While downtown for the Heroes Homecoming IV events, join a gallery crawl and… [...]

Shopportunities in Cumberland County

With Halloween behind us and Thanksgiving just ahead, the holiday season is officially here. Two big reminders of this “season of giving” occur every November in the greater Fayetteville area. The Holly Day Fair and the Yule Mart are both highly anticipated, multi-day events that provide shoppers with opportunities to purchase handcrafted gifts and seasonal décor while supporting local artis… [...]

How Fayetteville Throws a Party

Every September the city of Fayetteville celebrates the birthday of a Frenchman. This Revolutionary War hero was once invited to the United States as the “Guest of the Nation” by President James Monroe, and on his subsequent tour, he chose to visit Fayetteville to pay tribute to the first town that had adopted his name. On this historic occasion in 1825, the citizens welcomed the Marquis de Lafayette… [...]

America’s Hometown Happenings: August 5 – 7

As the residents of Cumberland County already know, “going to the market” does not have to involve spending a Saturday morning at a big box store. Two large farmers markets here offer locals and visitors alike great alternatives to the normal weekend shopping experience. One will take you to downtown Fayetteville and the other to the Town of Spring Lake, but either one is worth adding to the Saturday t… [...]

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