Fayetteville Town Center Wedding and Event Venue Virtual Tour by The Venue Showcase and Shining Star Interactive of York Pennsylvania

Fayetteville Town Center Virtual Tour

Fayetteville Town Center virtual tour was shot and designed by Shining Star Interactive's event and wedding venue division, The Venue Showcase.

Fayetteville Town Center was established in 2001 and is operated by Experience Fayetteville, the city’s convention and visitor’s bureau. Fayetteville Town Center is a convention facility with 19,000 square feet (indoor / outdoor) for meetings, trade shows, and social events. FTC is located in beautiful Northwest Arkansas in the Historic Downtown Square, including restaurants, nightlife, and Fayetteville’s largest hotel, all within walking distance. Continually voted “Best Venue” in Northwest Arkansas, Fayetteville Town Center provides an excellent location to host a conference, gala, trade show, wedding, live music, or other community events. 

FTC features a full-time staff of dedicated meeting and event professionals, multiple rooms to accommodate a variety of group sizes, outdoor spaces & an onsite covered parking deck. Weddings can have up to 600 seated guests while a concert can have a standing capacity of 1,800 people and a row seating capacity of 1,200 people. Outdoor spaces give views of the Downtown Square from the Plaza as well as scenic views of Downtown Fayetteville from the Terraces. A 3D Virtual Walk-through of different event types occurring at the Fayetteville Town Center property can be seen in the Fayetteville Town Center virtual tour, a 360 virtual tour including night shots and impressive views from the Terrace!

Surrounded by the beauty of the Ozark Mountains, the breathtaking views and natural scenery serve as a backdrop you’ll never forget. The Fayetteville Town Center is convenient for guests coming from Arkansas, Missouri, Kansas, and Oklahoma. Northwest Arkansas is known for its jaw-dropping scenery, and the cultural landscape is also stunning, thanks to a thriving art community. Fayetteville is rich in a variety of public art. It allows visitors to experience — for free — beautiful, thought-provoking creations by local and world-renowned artists while enjoying the city’s many other attractions. 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. Galleries such as The Fayetteville Underground display the works of local artists year-round. Specifically right outside the Fayetteville Town Center, the Enjoy Local mural, and the tranquil World Prayer Peace Fountain. You can see these in the Fayetteville Town Center virtual tour.

A few must-see attractions when visiting the Fayetteville Town Center.

Lights of the Ozarks

Each year around November, Fayetteville Parks and Recreation workers spend over 3,300 hours decorating the Downtown Square with over 400,000 lights for Lights of the Ozarks. This fantastic winter wonderland of lights on the Downtown Square and Holiday activities makes for a unique backdrop for December events at Fayetteville Town Center. Stay tuned for our future footage of Lights of the Ozarks in the Fayetteville Town Center 360 tour.

Enjoy Local Mural

Created in 2015, artist Jason Jones massive 3000sq/ft “Enjoy Local” mural painted on the west wall of the Executive Square building at the Fayetteville Town Center Plaza is a top-rated selfie destination. The whimsical painting is closely tied to Fayetteville and the Ozarks. A black bear swings from the curling brown branches of an enormous tree. The tree was painted to mimic the surrounding foliage, with bright pink flowers to match the cherry blossoms that bloom each spring in Fayetteville. A slender cursive script spells out the words “Enjoy Local.” Jones has painted over 100 murals in residences, businesses, and public spaces around the region, including the insect murals on utility boxes around the Fayetteville square.

World Prayer Peace Fountain

Award-winning sculptor and craftsman Hank Kaminsky of Fayetteville Arkansas has spent over 60 years creating art – from unique sculptures to jewelry, to busts. His years of artistic accomplishments and his dedication to teaching his craft, have earned him the distinguished title of Arkansas Living Treasure by the Arkansas Arts Council. His most known work, the World Peace Prayer Fountain, located near the front steps to Fayetteville Town Center, was dedicated on New Years Eve 2002. The World Prayer Peace Fountain sculpture incorporated involving and training the community to assist in carving and placing the sculpture’s prayers. This bronze sphere is an 8000lb 10′ diameter sculpture that features the phrase “May Peace Prevail on Earth” in more than 100 languages. The sculpture sits as if floating in a pool and is mounted on a bearing so the anyone can spin it by hand like a prayer wheel. The sphere symbolizes the earth, and all the prayers in over 100 languages emanate from the center of the sphere. Water flows over the entire surface, washing every language, every prayer equally. There is a sense of fluidity in the sphere itself as each language, and the structure of the sphere, give the viewer a feeling of movement.

For more information

If you would like to know more about Fayetteville Town Center in Fayetteville, Arkansas, visit their virtual tour and venue showcase listing at The Venue Showcase. You may also visit their website at www.twncenter.com.

The Fayetteville Town Center virtual tour was shot and designed by The Venue Showcase, the event and wedding venue virtual tour division of Shining Star Interactive. For more information on having your own immersive virtual tour, contact us to speak with someone from our virtual tour design team.