The Fayetteville-Lincoln County Museum & Event Center

Museum Information

The Museum & Event Center is Lincoln County's only public location housing artifacts from the community's history. The museum is located inside the Borden Milk Plant, constructed in 1927, and was donated by the William R. Carter family to serve as a local museum in 1987. Tours of the museum are provided free of charge by volunteer docents, and the event center is available for public rentals. As a 501(c)3 non-profit, the F-LC Museum & Event Center is administered by a board of directors and is eligible to receive tax-free donations for its operations.

The Fayetteville-Lincoln County Museum & Civic Center
521 South Main Street
P.O Box 54
Fayetteville, TN 37334
(931) 438-0339

For more information about facilities rental, click here.

Hours of Operation

Thursday-Saturday 12:30-4:30 P.M.

The museum is closed December-April

Special tours and group accommodations available by request.

Recent Announcements

  • Camp Blount Historical Park Clears Hurdle In mid-October the purchase of 40 acres of the remaining Camp Blount site in Fayetteville was completed. This effort has been in the works for quite some time, and the local War of 1812 Commission is grateful to the State 1812 Commission, the TN Wars Commission, and all the people that made this possible. Now, work will begin to turn the area into an interpretive historical park for future generations to enjoy!
    Posted Oct 23, 2015, 2:09 PM by F-LC Museum
  • Museum Takes Part in Alpha Kappa Home Tour This year the Fayetteville-Lincoln County Museum will participate in Alpha Kappa's annual Tour of Homes. Join us on Sunday, November 15th for a tour!
    Posted Oct 23, 2015, 1:38 PM by F-LC Museum
  • Winter Wonderland Open for Host The Fayetteville-Lincoln County Museum will open its annual Winter Wonderland on November 14 during Fayetteville's Host of Christmas Past. Entrance into the Wonderland is $1 per person. This awesome feature of the museum is a children's tradition during our Host events. Model trains circle the room and pass stations representing each community of Lincoln County and features communities in the surrounding area as well. Proceeds from this event benefit the museum completely, and will go toward our upcoming facility repairs. 
    Posted Oct 23, 2015, 1:35 PM by F-LC Museum
  • Museum Season Coming to a Close The F-LC museum is only open from May to November each year! Be sure to visit us soon!
    Posted Oct 13, 2015, 8:19 AM by F-LC Museum
  • Olde Towne Brass Band visits Fayetteville Huntsville's Olde Towne Brass Band will visit the Fayetteville-Lincoln County Public Library on September 3rd at 7:30 PM. In celebrating the library's current exhibit on Tennesseans in the Civil War, the band will play a period concert featuring 19th century music contemporary with the war. This is a free concert, but donations will be accepted and appreciated to help the library offset the costs.
    Posted Aug 26, 2015, 3:19 PM by F-LC Museum
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