The historical society has developed several historic walking tours.
Historic Fayetteville Hike
Download a Historic Hike of Fayetteville Map PDF showing more than two dozen historic buildings in the downtown part of Fayetteville, from the state’s first public school for African American students to the busy downtown square to the area in which about 1,100 Cherokees camped when they were forced west to the Indian Territory. The map was printed in 2014 in part through a grant from the Fayetteville Area Community Foundation.
Take a one-mile walk on the Razorback Greenway in Fayetteville and learn about the town’s traditional industrial part of town. Download a PDF of the Razorback Greenway Pamphlet that gives some of the history along the Frisco Trail as it runs from Lafayette Street south to Martin Luther King Boulevard.
Yesterdays: A Walk Through the Historic District
Purchase a copy of Yesterdays: A Walk Through the Washington-Willow Historic District, a guide to the buildings and architectural styles of the Washington-Willow Historic District. It was written by Carolyn Newbern with illustrations by Helen Finger Leflar and first published in 1983 by the Washington Historical Society through a grant from the First National Bank.