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There are many things to do in Asheville, NC, named a must-see destination by Frommer's, which boasts a thriving arts community, diverse outdoor adventures, a vibrant and inviting downtown, numerous historic and architectural attractions, and unique shopping options.
Enjoy the unique traditions of the Festival of Native Peoples in Cherokee or listen to the indie bands at LAAFF. Whatever your musical tastes, Asheville's music scene provides a compelling mix of musical things to do.Click for more information.
Outdoor things to do and outdoor adventures are seemingly endless in the Western North Carolina mountains, the outdoor playground of the Southeast.Click for more information.
Asheville has a thriving and vibrant nightlife scene, ranging from wine bars to friendly, neighborhood brewpubs to sidewalk cafes and coffee shops.Click for more information.
Asheville skipped the urban renewal process that stripped the character from many downtowns. Today, its rich architectural legacy with its mix of Art Deco, Beaux Arts and Neoclassical styles is the perfect backdrop to the city's edgy energy.Click for more information.
The Asheville arts scene is buzzing, featuring hundreds of fine artists, performing arts venues, mountain crafters, folk artists, hip arts neighborhoods, numerous art galleries and myriads of art events.Click for more information.
Sure you can do the typical tour by putting on some comfortable shoes, grabbing your binoculars and camera, and heading out to find things to do in Asheville, NC. Instead, consider a tour twist—experience unique leaf looking via whitewater kayak, Segway, Jeep, train or llama.Click for more information.
Asheville has many activities and things to do that are fun for the whole family.Click for more information.
The mountains created a unique design challenge to the dean of American golf course designers, Donald Ross. He designed several courses in Western North Carolina, including the Grove Park Inn Resort & Spa golf course.Click for more information.
Today, the Asheville area has evolved into a premier spa destination. The region features a diverse mix of treatments and wellness services virtually unheard-of outside major metropolitan areas.Click for more information.
Located just 15 miles away from downtown Asheville, Black Mountain offers old-time southern hospitality, small-town charm and unique dining.Click for more information.
An idyllic setting where the population hovers around a mere 2,500, Weaverville might surprise you as an anything-but-sleepy mountain town.Click for more information.
Bring a picnic basket as for a scenic drive north from Asheville on Merrimon Avenue toward the town of Woodfin. Parks, lakes and tree-lined streets offer sunny spots to enjoy rolling hills with a mountain backdrop.Click for more information.