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Visit a gallery to be amazed at a big variety of local art and craft, including glass, paintings, pottery and every other medium you can imagine.
Asheville and the North Carolina mountains are home to hundreds of world-class artists.
Some can be enjoyed with a short walk or even roadside. See full descriptions for each, with plenty of photos! Spend a day exploring downtown, with hundreds of locally-owned shops and galleries, museums, restaurants, breweries and pubs.
Dance at the Drum Circle, go to a festival or enjoy street performers. There are thousands of miles of hiking trails near Asheville, many of which are in pristine national forests or parks.
Find an amazing variety of art and see how the artists create it.
Take a scenic train ride on excursions along the Nantahala and Tuckasegee Rivers, over the mountains, across valleys and through tunnels. This former NASA campus in Pisgah National Forest is now a fascinating space and science center open for camps and weekend tours.
Through captivating stories, comedy skits and an enthralling musical soundscape, experience Asheville's history, current culture and counterculture with their 90-minute interactive bus tours that depart from downtown. Shop 75 national and local outlets in this beautiful, new outdoor shopping village.
It's located on I-26, just six miles from Biltmore and seven miles from downtown Asheville.
Get outside in the Blue Ridge and Great Smoky Mountains with our 70 favorite things to do.
Drive the Parkway north or south from Asheville and quickly climb the Blue Ridge Mountain ridge. Our mile-by-mile guide of the Parkway covers the 193-mile section near Asheville.
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