Tucked away amid towering pine trees adjacent to The Omni Grove Park Inn is one of Asheville’s hidden gems. Known today as Grovewood Village, this historic site once housed the weaving and woodworking operations of Biltmore Industries, an Arts and Crafts enterprise originally backed by Edith Vanderbilt. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the property is now home to Grovewood Gallery, working artist studios, a sculpture garden, Golden Fleece restaurant, the Biltmore Industries Homespun Museum, and Asheville's only antique car museum.
Enjoy a leisurely visit here with a delectable meal at Golden Fleece and shopping at Grovewood Gallery, nationally recognized for its dedication to fine American-made art and craft. Free parking is available on-site.
PLEASE NOTE: The 2 museums at Grovewood Village are closed during the winter months of January - March. Grovewood Gallery and Golden Fleece are open year-round.
Grovewood Gallery presents Animal Attraction , an invitational exhibition featuring animal-themed art by 13 artists who work across mediums. An … more
In celebration of American Craft Week, local metalsmith Audrey Laine Sawyer will be at Grovewood Gallery on October 5 and 6 from 11am-4pm selling her … more
On October 5 and 6 at Grovewood Gallery in Grovewood Village, Asheville fiber artist Karen Kennedy, a graduate of Haywood Community College's … more
Visitors to Grovewood Village will have the opportunity to meet Michigan-based artist Shawn Krueger who will be in the sculpture garden demonstrating … more
Asheville fiber artist Kendall White will be at Grovewood Gallery on Saturday, October 13 demonstrating the wet felting process she uses to create … more
Connect with local makers! On Saturday, October 20, the resident artists at Grovewood Village will open up their studios to the public, allowing … more