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Botanical Gardens of Asheville

Botanical Gardens of Asheville

Offers a collection of plants native to the Southern Appalachian Mountains. The ten-acre site located adjacent to the campus of UNC-Asheville.
Colburn Earth Science Museum

Colburn Earth Science Museum

Educational programs and collections including mineralogy, geology, gemology, meteorology, oceanography and other exhibits. Crystals and gemstones from North Carolina.
Dry Ridge Historical Museum

Dry Ridge Historical Museum

A historical museum established in 1985 to preserve the culture and heritage of Reems Creek and the Flat Creek Townships. Located on the lower level of the Weaverville Library. The permanent collection includes furniture, tools, photographs, musical instruments, and books dating back to 1787.
Folk Art Center/Southern Highland Craft Guild

Folk Art Center/Southern Highland Craft Guild

The Guild hosts a changing exhibition gallery showing traditional and contemporary crafts or regional, national and international significance. Permanent collection dates back to the early 20th Century.
National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI)

National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI)

Displays artifacts relating to collecting climatic data.
North Carolina Homespun Museum

North Carolina Homespun Museum

Historical overview of Biltmore Industries and its internationally renowned wool cloth. The museum showcases an antique 4-harness loom and memorabilia such as letters, artifacts, tailored suits, and photographs depicting highlights from the active years of the industry.
Smith-McDowell House Museum

Smith-McDowell House Museum

Located in the oldest brick home in Asheville circa 1840. Period rooms illustrate the Victorian era.
Southern Appalachian Radio Museum

Southern Appalachian Radio Museum

A technology and history museum dedicated to radios.
The North Carolina Arboretum

The North Carolina Arboretum

The beauty of the region is expressed through a series of magnificent gardens reflecting the heritage and culture of the mountains.
Thomas Wolfe Memorial, State Historic Site

Thomas Wolfe Memorial, State Historic Site

The boyhood home of author Thomas Wolfe, the historic house and modern visitor’s center located in the heart of downtown Asheville.
Western North Carolina Nature Center

Western North Carolina Nature Center

A living museum exhibiting and interpreting the plan and unusual wildlife of the Southern Appalachia Mountains.
YMI Cultural Center

YMI Cultural Center

Celebrates the African-American culture and diversity in the Asheville area. Housed in one of Asheville's national historic landmark buildings commissioned by George Vanderbilt in 1893.
Zebulon B. Vance Birthplace

Zebulon B. Vance Birthplace

This 1830s reconstructed mountain farmstead is the birthplace of North Carolina's Civil War Governor.

North Carolina Mountain Area Historical Attractions

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Matthews, NC 28106

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