Did you know that Fayetteville, NC has one of the highest percentages of Black-Owned Businesses in the nation? Here are a few ways you can learn and support black excellence all year long.


Head on over to the Fayetteville History Museum and check out a special exhibit on Saint Joseph’s Episcopal Church, the oldest African American Episcopal Church in Fayetteville, for its 150th Anniversary. It opens on February 1st. 

Explore Black History along Fayetteville’s 18-stop African American Heritage Trail — it’s a wonderful way to get a jam-packed Black History education.

The Fayetteville History Museum has two ongoing exhibits highlighting Black History: African American Architects and Builders, showcasing the work of some prominent Black architects and builders, and African Americans on the River, showcasing how African Americans played a pivotal role in making Cape Fear River a travel and trade route.

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The Sip Room

The Sip Room is a Wine & Champagne Premium Retail Shop and Tasting Room located in…