Attractions Directory

Linn Cove Viaduct

Linn Cove Viaduct

Construction of the Blue Ridge Parkway began in 1935, but the 469-mile scenic drive was not completed until 1982. More…

Linville

Linville

Visitors can see the careful planning that went into its development by taking a stroll through the Linville Historic District. More…

Linville Caverns

Linville Caverns

Some of the most fascinating geological formations in the North Carolina mountains lie beneath the surface at Linville Caverns. More…

Mars Hill

Mars Hill

The college and the town itself are inextricably linked to the traditional music of Appalachia. More…

Marshall

Marshall

The community of Marshall hugs the banks of the French Broad River, a short distance north of Asheville, More…

Mount Airy

Mount Airy

Mount Airy is known as "Granite City," and also as "Mayberry. More…

Mount Mitchell State Park

Mount Mitchell State Park

Lofty Mount Mitchell, near Burnsville, NC, rises to 6,684 feet and is the highest mountain east of the Mississippi River. More…

Mountain Dance and Folk Festival

Mountain Dance and Folk Festival

The Mountain Dance and Folk Festival is the country’s longest running folk festival. More…

Mountain Farm Museum

Mountain Farm Museum

The Mountain Farm Museum showcases one of the finest collections of historic log structures in the National Park system. More…

Nantahala National Forest

Nantahala National Forest

The Nantahala National Forest anchors the southwest corner of North Carolina with 528,000 acres of forest and mountain wilderness. More…

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