Urban Trail

Station #6 - Elizabeth Blackwell

Elizabeth Blackwell

A bench with a bower of medicinal herbs (created by Joe Miller) honors Asheville resident Elizabeth Blackwell, remarkably the first female in the country to receive a medical degree, beginning her studies here.  She founded the world’s first four-year medical college for women and established the New York Infirmary for Women and Children in 1857.

Urban Trail Stations

This stop pays homage to the 1929 S&W Building.

Turn the corner and you'll discover a fabulously large iron, a replica of one used by a local laundry (artist: Reed…

Bronze cats mark the site of an original retaining wall for a hill later removed by E.W. Grove to develop that part of…

A glass etching shows the original plans for the Grove Arcade, including a full-fledged tower that was never built.

This "signature" station celebrates both “old” and “new” Battery Park Hotels, the first destroyed by fire, but both…

The Basilica of St. Lawrence features North America's largest self-supporting elliptical dome.

Five bronze figures seemingly float to the rhythms of Appalachian music, a tribute to the songs of the mountains.