Carl Sandburg Home

Nationally renowned poet, biographer, newspaper columnist, author of American fairytales, and winner of two Pulitzer Prizes.

81 Carl Sandburg Lane
www.nps.gov/carl

Saluda, NC

Step back in time to Saluda North Carolina - a National Historic District. Antiques, Art, Fishing, B&Bs, Cabins, Festivals, unique mountain flavor

www.saluda.com

NC Arboretum

Focuses on the education, research, conservation, and garden demonstration with respect to landscape, architecture, and plant sciences.

100 Frederick Law Olmsted Way
www.ncarboretum.org

The Land of Waterfalls

Beautiful, accessible and full of things to do, Transylvania County beckons you to come relax with us this winter.

35 West Main Street
www.visitwaterfalls.com
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Mountain Made Art Gallery

Inside Grove Arcade - Suite#123
1 Page Ave
http://www.mtnmade.com/
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BREW-ed Brewery Tours


Botanical Gardens of Asheville

Preservation & promotion of the native plant species & habitats of these Southern Appalachian mountains.

151 W.T. Weaver Blvd
www.ashevillebotanicalgardens.org

Raven Wolf Vortex Journey

Suite 193
825-C Merrimon Ave (Mail only)
http://www.ravenwolfvortexjourney.com/
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Sacred Tree Visions - Psychic Consultant


70 Woodfin Place, Suite 017
www.sacredtreevisions.com
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You Get We Give

Suite 404
29 North Market Street
www.yougetwegive.com
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Asheville Bike Taxi and Pedicab tours


278 Hillside st
ashevillebiketaxi.com
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West Asheville Carnival

98 Sulphur Springs Road
Vance Elementary School
www.facebook.com/WestAshevilleCarnival
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Mountain Made Art Gallery

Inside Grove Arcade - Suite 123
1 Page Ave
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Smith-McDowell House

Discover Asheville's first mansion and oldest surviving structure, now restored as a history museum.

283 Victoria Road
www.wnchistory.org
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Maggie Valley


www.maggievalley.com/

Tweetsie Railroad

Tweetsie now makes a scenic three-mile loop through the mountains near Blowing Rock, not far from the original end of the line station in Boone.

300 Tweetsie Railroad Lane
www.tweetsie.com

Asheville Civic Center

The Civic Center holds a majority of the large venues that come to Asheville - music, performances, the circus and more.

P.O. Box 7148
www.ashevilleciviccenter.com

Hospice Pony Run-October 14

1st Annual Mustangs for Hospice Pony Run. Parking lot Biltmore Square Mall. Register 8-10am; Pony run:10am-1pm.

Biltmore Square Mall

Blue Ridge Parkway

One of the most beautiful drives in America, The Blue Ridge Parkway stretches 469 miles through rolling mountains.

199 Hemphill Knob Road
www.blueridgeparkway.org

Space Walk of Hendersonville & Asheville

Affordable Inflatable Fun for Everyone! Up to 8 hours of fun for the 4 hour price! Call Today!!

158 roll over ln
www.wncbouncers.com
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Bele Chere Festival

Bele Chere Festival is the largest free outdoor street festival in the South.

PO Box 7148
www.belecherefestival.com
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Linville Caverns

SEE INSIDE A MOUNTAIN! Open year round.

PO Box 5087
www.linvillecaverns.com
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WNC Nature Center

The Western North Carolina Nature Center is the first place where area children meet the animals they have read about.

www.wildwnc.org/
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Black Mountain, NC

Relax in the peace and fresh air of Black Mountain, NC "The Front Porch of Western North Carolina"

www.blackmountain.org
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360 Entertainment Transit

WNC's premier party bus. Seating up to 20. Kids parties, proms, graduations, etc.

www.360partybus.com
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Asheville Historic Trolley Tourts

See the best of Asheville on board a vintage Trolley and enjoy our fully narrated Trolley Tour covering all major points of interest in Asheville .

www.ashevilletrolleytours.com
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Hendersonville, NC

Historic Hendersonville, North Carolina is only a 30 minute drive from Asheville.

www.historichendersonville.org/

Brevard, NC

Wonderland of waterfalls. Arts, music, the majestic mountains and waterfalls provide a wide variety of activities to enjoy in all seasons.

www.cityofbrevard.com

Unto These Hills

A play. Covers from the arrival of Europeans to the forced exile of the Cherokees to Oklahoma on the Trail of Tears.
Hwy 441 N
Mountainside Theatre
www.cherokee-nc.com/unto_these_main.php

Vance Birthplace

Birthplace of Zebulon Baird Vance, governor of North Carolina from 1879-1894.

911 Reems Creek
www.ah.dcr.state.nc.us/sections/hs/vance/vance.htm

North Carolina Waterfalls

An extensive cataloging of the beautiful waterfalls of North Carolina. Stunning photography, video, and extensive information.

www.ncwaterfalls.com
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Oconaluftee Indian Village

Recreated Cherokee community featuring Native American guides in traditional costumes.Craft demos,sweat lodge & Cherokee homes.

Hwy 441 North
www.oconalufteevillage.com

Haunted Ghost Tours

Step into the world of the unknown with the Ghost Tour of Asheville for a hair-raising ninety-minute tour into the spirit realm of this mountain town.

www.hauntedghosttours.com/

NC Traveler

Entertainment, Events, Destinations and more - this guide has great information for the North Carolina region.

www.nctraveler.com
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Foothills Equestrian Nature Center

Welcome to the Foothills Equestrian Nature Center, a 390-acre nature education and recreation center nestled in the beautiful foothills of Tryon, NC.

3381 Hunting Country Rd.
www.fence.org
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Hendersonville, NC

Historic Hendersonville, North Carolina is only a 30 minute drive from Asheville.
145 Fifth Avenue E
PO Box 1670
www.cityofhendersonville.org/
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