5 Top Rated Tourist Attractions in Asheville, North Carolina | US Travel Guide
5 Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Asheville, United States
Asheville, in the far west of North Carolina, is an ideal center for excursions on the Blue Ridge Parkway and into the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The city has become well known for a vibrant culinary scene and continuously thriving artistic community. But the town's main tourist attraction is Biltmore Estate, home of the Vanderbilts. Many points around the city have magnificent views of the mountains, including southeast of Asheville at Chimney Rock. Here, five tourist attraction in Asheville, North Carolina
1. Blue Ridge Parkway
2. Biltmore Estate
3. North Carolina Arboretum
4. Mount Mitchell State Park
5. Botanical Gardens of Asheville
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