Sleep Inn & Suites Near Ft. Bragg
102 Sleepy Drive
Spring Lake, NC 28390
Phone: (910) 436-6700
Fax: (910) 436-6777
Arts & Museums
The 82d Airborne Division War Memorial Museum is open Tuesday through Saturday 10:00 am to 4:30 p.m. The museum tells the 82d Division story from World War I, it Airborne Operations in World War II, and to today.
Home to the Daniel and Peter Mallet families from 1778 to 1857, this Coastal Plain cottage is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and now is home to the Methodist University Office of Institutional Advancement and Alumni Affairs.
The first structure built into an art museum in North Carolina, this museum offers a variety of unique and changing art exhibits, as well as concerts, educational programs, and workshops. A gift shop is also on site.
A very unique complex that combines three resources in one setting: the 1897 Poe House, a modern museum building, and the remains of the Fayetteville Arsenal. Numerous exhibits from 1897 to 1917 are displayed in the museum and visitors receive guided tours of the Poe House upon arrival. Self guided tours are available of the museum and the arsenal.
The Airborne and Special Operations Museum takes its guests on a trip through time, celebrating military history throughout the years. One of the most popular exhibits is the simulator, which lets guests in on the action of what the army is trained to do.
Built in 1910 as a U.S. Post Office, this building now houses the Arts Council of Fayetteville and their arts center that offers a wide array of unique, rotating art exhibits.
Located in a historic Georgian mansion that was built in 1920 and is the former home of author and publisher James Boyd, this cultural center sits on 24 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds and gardens and is home to the North Carolina Literary Hall of Fame. An established chamber music series, lecture series, and fine arts series are presented and the facilities are available for rent for private functions.
Honoring the most distinguished Tar Heel men and women of literature, this hall of fame contains photographs, displays, and lists of works for such notable writers as James Boyd, O. Henry, and Thomas Wolfe.
Home of the Arts Council of Moore County, this historic house was built in 1903 and features three spacious and unique galleries that display and sell paintings and pottery by local artists. Tennis and basketball courts, as well as a fitness court, are also on site for public play.