Shopping Districts

When it comes to shopping, each of Asheville’s unique neighborhoods offers something a bit different, from downtown’s eclectic boutiques and galleries to funky shops and collections farther afield.

Wandering Weaverville: Main Street in the Countryside

by Constance E. Richards
Just minutes from happening Asheville, small-town America is alive and well on Main Street,…

Antiquing Asheville — Barns, Booths and Boutiques

by Constance E. Richards
Art and antiques are practically synonymous in Asheville and its environs. Whether it’s new…

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  • A stroll through South Asheville’s newest neighborhood provides the opportunity to enjoy free concerts, a seasonal farmer’s market, and a number of popular shops and restaurants. … read more

  • Once home to the employees of George W. Vanderbilt, Biltmore Village is now a destination for those who enjoy fine art, exceptional cuisine, and a nice mix of boutique and nationally recognized shops. … read more

  • Rolling mountains serve as the backdrop to this vibrant mountain neighborhood, boasting a lively downtown filled with craft galleries and quaint bistros. … read more

  • Stroll through a vibrant entertainment hub in the heart of Asheville, brimming with independent shops and a remarkably distinctive mountain vibe. … read more

  • The heart of Asheville’s creative spirit resides in a colorful neighborhood, where once-bustling mills now house over 100 active artist studios. … read more

  • North of Asheville lies the rolling hills of the Reems Creek Valley and a not-so-sleepy downtown filled with a heavy helping of small-town charm. … read more

  • Known for its hip, vintage and laid-back vibe, the West Asheville neighborhood is brimming with shops filled with yet-to-be-discovered treasures. … read more