Attractions Directory

Hendersonville

Hendersonville

Until the 1785 Treaty of Hopewell, present-day Henderson County was part of Cherokee Indian territory. More…

Heritage Tours and Group Receptive Services

Heritage Tours and Group Receptive Services

Explore our beautiful region on a customized Heritage Tour. More…

Highlands

Highlands

On the highest crest of the Western North Carolina plateau, the town of Highlands evolved into a thriving resort community More…

Hot Springs

Hot Springs

People have been visiting Hot Springs, NC, as a spa destination for more than 200 years. More…

John C. Campbell Folk School

John C. Campbell Folk School

The John C. Campbell Folk School, near Brasstown, is one of the country's most remarkable centers for traditional arts and crafts. More…

Lenoir

Lenoir

Come and visit Lenoir, NC. 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…

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…

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