Prudential Asheville-Fairview Realty
Serving Asheville and Surrounding Areas

Attractions

Biltmore Estate: America's largest home, acres of gardens, and award-winning winery are located on 8,000 acres in Asheville, N.C. The 250-room French Renaissance chateau was completed in 1985. Guests may now visit the House, Gardens, and Winery, and enjoy shops and three restaurants. (800) 543-2961

Blue Ridge Parkway: This scenic Parkway winds 469 miles along the highest ridges from Shenandoah National Park to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. (828) 298-0398

Cherokee Indian Reservation: A 56,000-acre reservation which holds Cherokee History, culture and art in several museums. (800) 438-1601

Chimney Rock Park: A 26-story elevator ride through solid granite leads you to Chimney Rock Level. Nature trails lead to a 404-foot waterfall.(800) 277-9611

Folk Art Center: Home of the Southern Highland Craft Guild, the center showcases the work of its 700 members. (828) 298-7928

Grandfather Mountain: Features breathtaking views of the highest peak in the Blue Ridge, the nations highest swinging footbridge, and seven environmental habitats. (800) 468-7325

Grove Park Inn Resort: One of the Souths oldest and most famous grand resorts, built in 1913 on Sunset Mountain overlooking Asheville and the Blue Ridge Mountains. (800) 438-5800

Mount Mitchell: The highest peak east of the Mississippi River, this state park has 9 nature trails, 9 tent sites, lookout tower, restaurant, picnic area, and museum. (828) 675-4611

Pack Place: The complex includes the Asheville Art Museum, Colburn Gem and Mineral Museum, The Health Adventure, YMI Cultural Center and the Diana Wortham Theatre. (828) 257-4500

Thomas Wolfe Memorial: The famous novelist's boyhood home and setting for "Look Homeward, Angel". (828) 253-8304

WNC Nature Center: Exhibits of both wild and domestic animals is the backdrop for this "Living Museum" of animals and plants. (828) 298-5600.

Area Links

Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce

Buncombe County

Buncombe County Schools