Long Street Presbyterian Church

Established during the mid-1700s, The U.S. Army bought the church, cemetery and land from the congregation in 1923 to establish Camp Bragg. Descendants still hold annual services once a year here.

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“Shannon [FACVB Tourism Sales Manager], Thanks for the pictures and everything you did for us. Hope we get to meet again when I bring our Capitol Tours Travel Club your way. You’re one of a kind.” --Glenda Tate, Capitol Tours

Guided Fort Bragg Tours

Cumberland County provides a rare opportunity for groups to experience a rich military history and explore state of the art U.S. military operations at one of the few military installations that allows public access. Tours are for pre-arranged groups only, Tuesday-Thursday.

82nd Airborne Museum

Explore the history of our beloved American heroes in the All American Division from its birth in 1917, to the airborne battles of World War II, to the campaigns in Vietnam, Grenada, Panama, and the Person Gulf, to the present.

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The Perfect Jump Off Point

Located right near the gates of Fort Bragg and Pope Field, Spring Lake is the perfect base camp when you’re hosting an event. Its close proximity to Fort Bragg means its an easy jump to tour the base or check out the nearby museums and churches. No matter what you’re interested in, Spring Lake is a great place to bring your group. For specific itinerary ideas and suggestions, browse through the site. If you'd like additional help or more information to plan your visit, we'd be more than happy to assist you. Just call us at 888-98-HEROES.

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Incredible Hulk Lou Ferrigno at Fayetteville Comic Con




 

 

 

Mark your Calendars!  The third annual Fayetteville Comic Con(FCC), held October 21-22, offers an impressive line-up of special guests, artists, cosplayers, collectibles, contests and more.  “We are pleased to expand our offerings again in 2017,” says planner Michael Chaudhuri. “In fact, this year, we’ve got artists and guests contacting us to appear at our con and we have the Incredible Hulk!”

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Travel to Cumberland County Generated over $525 million in 2016


According to figures released by Visit North Carolina this week, domestic travel to Cumberland County generated over $525 million in expenditures in 2016 – a 4.21% increase from 2015.  

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