Nestled on 85 beautiful acres that overlook Cross Creek and the Cape Fear River, this spectacular botanical garden includes ... More
Cape Fear Botanical Garden
Nestled on 85 beautiful acres that overlook Cross Creek and the Cape Fear River, this spectacular botanical garden includes numerous species of native plants, wild flowers, and majestic oaks. An authentic 1800s farmhouse and outbuildings are also on site, as well as nature trails, a Heritage Garden, a demonstration garden, and a large gazebo.
The kids loved this place, we stayed for about an hour an took all kinds of different nature paths, even in the winter it is very beautiful, plus the nature bingo was fun too, definately will be returning if im ever in NC again, recommend to anyone
I loved the gorgeous garden, and it was fun for a few hours-- strolling around holding my husbands hand... you cant go for the whole day, so you have to plan more then just that-- special ops museum is nearby!
The botanical garden is a wonderful place to visit year-round. The foliage regardless of the season is always worth seeing. If you feel you just can't foot the five dollar entrance fee, go on the first Saturday of the month when they run specials supported by local businesses. Whatever you do, bring comfy walking shoes and plan to spend the day just moseying around.
A private zoological park and natural habitat that offers tours of its extensive grounds that are the home of numerous
buffalos, llamas, deer, elk, cows, sheep, ducks, swans, and peacocks.
Specializing in different types of coffees and cappuccinos, this coffee shop serves a variety of specialty sandwiches, baked goods, mochas,
lattes, and hot chocolate. They also carry and sell a unique selection of old postcards of downtown Fayetteville and ...
The Courtyard by Marriott Fayetteville hotel in Fayetteville, North Carolina, with its great new look, is located seven miles from
the Fayetteville Regional Airport and just minutes away from many city businesses, government and military establishments, the Cross Creek ...