Headquarters House Museum & Garden
On East Dickson Street stands the lovely Greek Revival home known as Headquarters House. It was built in 1853 for Jonas Tebbetts and survived the burning of Fayetteville in February of 1862 and the Battle of Fayetteville in April 1863. Well maintained to this day with its original design and authentic 19th century furnishings preserved, Headquarters House was once one of the finest homes in the frontier land. Today, the museum grounds feature heirloom plants and flowers, which are at their peak from April through October.
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