Asheville Urban Trail– An art museum without walls. If you love art and history, you don't want to miss walking Asheville's Urban Trail, a 1.7 mile walking tour through the streets of downtown Asheville. Asheville's history and past are told through 30 stops, each with public sculpture which function as landmarks along the Urban Trail.
Asheville Historic Trolley Tours - Site-see Asheville in style. Tours depart from the Visitor's Center.
Biltmore Estate - The most famous attraction in Asheville, the Biltmore House, once home to the Vanderbilt family, is now open for the public to tour this luxurious castle and grounds.
Carl Sandburg Home - A National Historic Site, this 10,000 square foot antebellum home is where Carl Sandburg, nationally renowned poet and author, lived with his family from 1945 until his death in 1967.
Electro Bike Tours - Their bike tour is a great opportunity for our guests to enjoy an outdoor tour of the city while getting a bit of exercise and learning about the history/architecture of Asheville!
Grayline Historic Trolly Tours of Asheville - Hop on board one of Gray Line’s Nostalgic RED trolleys for a fully narrated journey, highlighting the history, homes and hot-spots of this “city of surprises.”
Great Smokey Mountain Railway - Offering short day trips, gourmet dinners in the club car, and suspenseful and entertaining mystery theatre dinners (by reservation only).
Historic Riverside Cemetery - Riverside Cemetery offers visitors a unique journey into Asheville’s past.
Smith-McDowell House - The oldest surviving structure in Asheville, this museum features special history exhibits, rooms recreating different time periods and seasonal displays that vary throughout the year.
The Health Adventure - Asheville's family health and science museum.
Thomas Wolfe Memorial - This memorial features a visitor’s center with exhibits as well as the "Old Kentucky Home", the novelist's boyhood home memorialized in his novel Look Homeward Angel.