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Historic treasure!

What a fantastic centerpiece for Fayetteville! Beautiful architecture and nice roundabout but the... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Fayetteville, North Carolina
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Nothing to see, maybe just driving through

There aren't really much things to do in here, the surrounding area is very quiet, or even shady... read more

Reviewed 8 May 2017
North Carolina
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

What a fantastic centerpiece for Fayetteville! Beautiful architecture and nice roundabout but the history this place capture with regards to the trade of goods and services in its Day is amazing! Wow some complain that slaves were sold at this site, the past is the...More

Thank Mikbaidak
Reviewed 8 May 2017

There aren't really much things to do in here, the surrounding area is very quiet, or even shady. Just driving around it maybe a good idea, there is really no need to stop.

Thank ClaudioY8
Reviewed 11 April 2017 via mobile

So I took this picture and was not sure what the building was. Yes we walked right past it . Very special historical site but really not much there. Historic section of town trying to revive itself . Some storefront up and running and others...More

Thank gymlady30
Reviewed 18 March 2017

The Markethouse is a historic site in downtown Fayetteville. There is no admission fee, nor organized tours/activities. You just walk through at any time. There are informative plaques throughout the structure to tell about the history. It's VERY interesting!! The location is also great, as...More

Thank 4NCtravellers
Reviewed 24 February 2017

Historic building in the heart of downtown Fayetteville. It is a beautiful location for sunrise photos. Great shops and restaurants to eat at close by.

1  Thank 770jaimep
Reviewed 14 February 2017

Visit the place where the US constitution was ratified. Yes, slaves were sold near the market house and we need to remember this agregis time in our history.

1  Thank John A
Reviewed 2 February 2017

I pass by this historic place of Fayetteville about three times a week. I really admire the folks responsible for the Christmas decorations because I enjoyed the lights and wreaths of the streets before and after the Markethouse in the middle of the round about...More

1  Thank MH B
Reviewed 9 January 2017

This beautiful building sits in the middle of a lovely round-about surrounded by quaint buildings, shops, restaurants and lovely side streets. It is easy to imagine hundreds of people gathered here decades ago bartering over local wares, meats and vegetables. Clean, attractive, historic.

1  Thank dfreg123
Reviewed 23 December 2016

The Market Place is in the center of down town. It was the place wre they sold and brought slaves. It is a place were people are remind daily how their ancesstors were treated and some of the town people are still racist

3  Thank gwendolynfreeman35
Reviewed 10 December 2016

The markethoouse of Fayetteville is the downtown outdoor building that is the pillar of town, located on Hay Street, the main street of the town. It can be visited anytime, and it is an open space ideal to take pictures or as a meeting point...More

1  Thank Liviana286
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