Lace up your boots or pack the car for a free outdoor adventure in the beautiful mountains and forests surrounding Asheville.
Asheville is on the verge of becoming one of America’s top music cities. From gifted street performers to great venues showcasing the best in the area’s talent, here's how you can feel the rhythm free of charge.
Art is everywhere in Asheville. Galleries, studios and arts centers offer a free window to Asheville’s creative side. While it’s free to look, you’ll also have the opportunity to purchase unique souvenir’s and bring a piece of Asheville home with you.
Great for a rainy day, Asheville museums are perfect for getting in touch with the area’s diverse history. While admission is free, all of these museums appreciate your donations.
See what’s brewing at some of Asheville’s 26 craft breweries, many of which offer complimentary guided tours.
There’s no charge for having fun at these Asheville festivals.
For free family fun, try one of these area attractions.
Photo Credits: Top photo (Emily Chaplin), hiking photo (Jared Kay), drum circle (Art Meripol), gallery (Nathan Chesky), Moog Store (courtesy Moog Music), beer at Highland Brewing (Cole Rian), Shindig on the Green (Sandra Stambaugh), baseball (courtesy Asheville Tourists).