I have lived in Fayetteville for a few years and I regularly pass the Market House while running and visiting downtown. It has an extensive history that includes use as a slave auction, local market, bank annex, and now a small local exhibition hall and gathering place. On the average day there is very little to do there except watch people go by on their daily business in Downtown Fayetteville. Aside from some engraved stones and historical markers, there isn't much. On Fourth Fridays in Fayetteville, the Market House is is usually a focal point with drum circles, occasional local dancers, and a small local history exhibit in the upstairs. The exhibit usually isn't too overly exciting but does a good job of informing visitors of different topics of local history each month.
I would never recommend someone travel to Fayetteville just to see it, but if you are in the Downtown Fayetteville area, it might be worth your while to snap a picture en route to some of the areas other attractions and parks.
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