Your Passport to Cumberland County

January 8, 2016

Looking for something to do with your visitors? Want to keep the kids entertained during their vacation? Wa20141254a1b462cc291nt to learn more about Fayetteville and Cumberland County?

The Fayetteville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau (FACVB) has a tool that can help. The free “Passport to America’s Hometown” guides users to key sites in the community. Upon visiting each location, passport holders receive a unique stamp for that locale.

The Passport to America’s hometown highlights 12 museums, gardens, galleries, parks, monuments and even a battlefield. Each site has a two page spread with a full-color picture, description, hours and contact information. Underneath each picture is room for the location’s stamp.

To get your FREE Passport, stop by one of the three FACVB visitor centers during regular business hours.201505555c9b9a0e783

Main office: 245 Person Street (across from the County Courthouse)
Transportation Museum Annex : 325 Franklin Street
Cross Creek Mall

Have questions? Give us a call at 910-483-5311 or 888-98-HEROES.

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