America's Quirkiest Towns

Sterling Photography

Introducing the artists, foragers, pirates and shrine-builders who populate quirky small towns across the U.S.

No. 7 Fayetteville, AR

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Whether you chalk it up to kookiness or school pride, this college town celebrates New Year’s each year with its own Hog Drop. The home of the University of Arkansas Razorbacks also ranked well for its sense of history: at the Clinton House Museum, you can stand in the modest little home where the former president and secretary of state once lived (and even got married, in the living room). To feel even more like an insider, stay at the Inn at Carnall Hall—an elegant hotel built from a rehabbed women’s dorm—and tuck in at one of Fayetteville’s high-ranking diners, such as the Rolling Pin Café, where on Saturdays you can order your biscuits with chocolate gravy.

America's Quirkiest Towns

No. 7 Fayetteville, AR

Whether you chalk it up to kookiness or school pride, this college town celebrates New Year’s each year with its own Hog Drop. The home of the University of Arkansas Razorbacks also ranked well for its sense of history: at the Clinton House Museum, you can stand in the modest little home where the former president and secretary of state once lived (and even got married, in the living room). To feel even more like an insider, stay at the Inn at Carnall Hall—an elegant hotel built from a rehabbed women’s dorm—and tuck in at one of Fayetteville’s high-ranking diners, such as the Rolling Pin Café, where on Saturdays you can order your biscuits with chocolate gravy.

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