The North Carolina Arboretum's 434-acre campus is nestled along the Blue Ridge Parkway at Milepost 393 in south Asheville and offers 65 acres of cultivated gardens including the Bonsai Exhibition Garden, 10 miles of forested hiking and biking trails, garden tours, Art Walk, nature activities for families, changing science, art and cultural history exhibits, a cafe and gift shop.
|Types of Tours:||Guided nature hikes (fee), guided exhibit tours (fee), self-guided tours|
|Group Policies:||Advance reservation with deposit required. Parking fee is waived for paid programming.|
|Days & Hours of Operation:||Open daily from 9am to 5pm|
|Miles from Downtown Asheville:||10|
As the local experts in Asheville, the ACVB would welcome the opportunity to source your overnight room needs and help you plan the perfect itinerary! Please contact us at 800-257-5583.
Artist Leo Monahan’s newest exhibit at The North Carolina Arboretum is composed of paper that has been manipulated using a variety of techniques that … more