If you’re looking for things to do beyond shopping and dining, you may want to venture out to some of the local attractions in and around Fayetteville and Lincoln County. You may feel like venturing into the wonder of underground caverns or discovering the story behind Tennessee’s world famous whiskey heritage. There’s something for people of all ages in Fayetteville.
See how the legacy of a “legal” Tennessee whiskey recipe has been passed down through 5 generations of the Prichard family. Whiskey, moonshine, rum, and vodka all bottled up in early American-style hand-blown glass. Free tours and tastings in the tasting room.
Southern Pride Distillery
Experience a copper pot-distilled whiskey tradition using Great Grandmother’s recipe she kept hidden in her Bible. Locally-grown corn is milled on site and water for distilling is sourced from the distillery’s own natural spring. Whiskies and moonshine. Tours and tastings.
Jack Daniel's Distillery
See where the legend of Tennessee whiskey all began, and its only 15 miles down the road from downtown Fayetteville. Learn how the legendary Tennessee charcoal-mellowed whiskey has been made for more than 150 years. Daily tours and tastings, gift shop and take-home bottles and barrels.
Explore 30 miles of Tennessee’s greatest underground caving adventure. Guided daytime discovery tours, walking cave tours or overnight caving expeditions.
Fayetteville - Lincoln County Museum
Discover Lincoln County’s unique history housed in the former Borden Milk Plant constructed in 1927. Learn of the area’s storied involvement with wars and conflicts in the Military Room and view the work and crafts of local artists.
Space and Rocket Center
America’s Rocket City and the largest space museum in the world is only 31 miles away. Blast off for fun and brave the unknown like the astronauts at the Family Astronaut training facility, hands-on I.D.E.A.S. lab, Shuttle experience & Apollo 11 VR simulation. Space museum, gift shop, and Mars Grill.
Fayetteville/Lincoln County Warrior Project
Fayetteville is proud of our veterans and this exhibit is a tribute and memorial to all who have served our nation both in and from Lincoln County. Stop by for a brief stop as you walk around the downtown square. You’ll be glad you did.