Dickson Street Inn | Walton Art Center (WAC) or George’s Majestic Lounge Shows
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Walton Art Center (WAC) or George’s Majestic Lounge Shows

Choosing which of the many Fayetteville, AR hotels to stay at couldn’t be easier. The Dickson Street Inn is the ideal place if you are in town to see a show at the Walton Arts Center (WAC) or George’s Majestic Lounge. The Inn is two blocks up the street from WAC, Northwest Arkansas’s largest performing arts center. Opened in 1992 with the help of one of Arkansas’s royal families, the Waltons (of Wal-Mart fame), the center has become the cultural center for Northwest Arkansas and is home to a variety of events including concerts, musicals and plays, and other artistic and educational events.
Just two and one-half blocks up from the Inn is George’s Majestic Lounge, established by George Pappas in 1927 as a restaurant, bar, and general store. Currently under the ownership of Brian Crowne and Suzie Stephens, the Lounge prides itself on being “The King of Dickson Street Since 1927” and the place where live music lives.
After all that entertainment, you’ll probably be getting a little hungry… or thirsty. Never fear. There’s all of the food, drink, and nightlife one could want just a few steps away from the Inn, the king of Fayetteville, Arkansas hotels. landmark Dickson Street Liquor store is across the street from the Inn, while the popular dueling piano bar Willy D’s is across the street from the liquor store. Within the area between the Inn and WAC and George’s are all of Fayetteville’s most popular restaurants and nightlife. The convenience of staying at the Inn cannot be beaten.