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Get on a Charter Bus in Asheville, North Carolina and Explore the City Today!

Asheville, North Carolina

Asheville is the biggest city in Western North Carolina, being home to more than 83,000 people. Explore the city on a charter bus in Asheville, North Carolina and see its many interesting sites.

A charter bus in Asheville, North Carolina can take you to every place in your itinerary. Some of the places you should see and visit are:

Arts & Culture

Check out the city's public art. Some of the best include the wall murals under the Lexington Avenue Bridge, the Lou Reed murals by Gus Cutty, and public art on Chicken Alley and Burial Beer Co. You should also tour the River Arts District, where you can find artist studios such as 310 Art, Animal Art and Pet Portraits by Stephanie Grimes, Constance Vlahoulis Fine Art, Odyssey Co-op Art Gallery, and Studio A. This is also where you can do the Spring and Fall Studio Strolls.

You can also check out the performances of various theater, music and dance companies. Check with the Asheville Chamber Music Series, Asheville Community Theatre, Asheville Contemporary Dance Theatre, the Altamont Theatre, Grey Eagle Tavern and Music Hall, Montford Park Players, The Magnetic Theatre, and the Thomas Wolfe Auditorium for any available performances or shows during your trip to the city.

Restaurants & Shopping

Asheville gives you a great array of independent retailers and open-air markets to buy from. Buy antiques from different retailers including Antique Tobacco Barn, the Biltmore Antiques District, Chatsworth Art and Antiques, and Fireside Antiques and Interiors. There are several shopping centers and malls that you can visit as well, such as the Asheville Mall, Grove Arcade, the Asheville Outlets, Riverbend Marketplace, Biltmore Park Town Square, and Downtown Asheville.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

The Omni Grove Park Inn Resort & Spa has 18 holes of golfing fun measuring 6,600 yards at the longest tees. The course has a par of 70, a rating of 71.5 and a slope rating of 128. It was designed by Donald J. Ross and was named as Golfweek Magazine's best public access courses for the state of North Carolina in 2005 and 2006, as well as one of the top 100 resort courses in 2005. Other golf courses in the city are Biltmore Forest Country Club, Asheville Municipal Golf Course, Crowne Plaza Tennis and Golf Resort, and Country Club of Asheville.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

Asheville, North Carolina, Historical Sites and Landmarks

With more than 80 sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places, any history buff can spend his entire vacation in the city just visiting all these places on the list. That includes several schools such as the Asheville High School, Asheville School, Claxton School, Ravenscroft School, West Asheville - Aycock School Historic District and the former Buncombe County Boys' Training School.

Speaking of historic districts, check out:

  • Biltmore Village Cottage District
  • Chestnut Hill Historic District
  • Clingman Avenue Historic District
  • Downtown Asheville Historic District
  • Grove Park Historic District
  • Montford Area Historic District
  • Norwood Park Historic District
  • Oteen Veterans Administration Hospital Historic District
  • Proximity Park Historic District
  • Riverside Industrial Historic District
  • Sunset Terrace Historic District
  • West Asheville End of Car Line Historic District

You can also go to the Biltmore Estate, which is the biggest privately owned home in the country. It was architected by Frederick Law Olmsted and Richard Morris Hunt. Other Biltmore properties on the register, including Biltmore Estate Office, Biltmore Hardware Building, Biltmore Hospital, Biltmore Industries, Inc., Biltmore Shoe Store, Biltmore All Souls Episcopal Church and Parish House, Church of St. Lawrence, Church of the Redeemer, First Baptist Church, St. Luke's Episcopal Church, and St. Mary's Church, among others.

Then you have the houses that are either historically or architecturally important, such as Demens-Rumbough-Crawley House, Douglas Ellington House, Dr. Carl V. Reynolds House, Thomas Jarrett House, Thomas Wadley Raoul House and others. You might also check out the company buildings such as Asheville Transfer and Storage Company Building, B & B Motor Company Building, Broadway Market Building, Conabeer Chrysler Building, Richbourg Motors Building, Sawyer Motor Company Building, and Young Men's Institute Building.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Asheville, North Carolina, Parks and Outdoor Activities

Go biking at the Blue Ridge Parkway or on any one of the city's shaded trails. Or see the birds and wildlife in nature, especially bees, eagles, peregrine falcons, Monarch butterflies and even farm animals. You can also go camping and enjoy the stars at the Blue Ridge Mountains or go on fishing expeditions with the city's best fishing guides and rentals.

Asheville also has miles of trails that you can go on, making it the perfect destination for hikers, bikers and horseback riding enthusiasts. And of course, you have water adventures waiting for you at the waterfalls and rivers located inside the city.

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