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many are not aware of it, Asheville, NC, ranks 13th in the nation for
art galleries. We also have some wonderful museums that feature local
artists as well as national and international exhibits. No longer do
you have to go to New York or Chicago to have the opportunity to
experience wonderful art.
Lost objects, found
treasures. A very special gift shop. An old attic of a place where you
can discover objects of beauty or find treasures that have been given
new life through creativity and, ocassionally, a [smallish] glass of
Village Antiques at Biltmore
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"The unusual on a grand scale!" For more than 20 years now we have been a destination antique shop in Asheville, North Carolina. Our shop near Biltmore Village and the Biltmore Estate offers over 25,000 square feet of antiques, fine art, and decorative arts, both French and American, as well as specialized collections of Southern furniture, pottery, folk art, and African art. We have items from six continents and over 40 countries. We also are seeking quality estates for purchase. 755 Biltmore Avenue, Asheville NC 28803
38 Biltmore Avenue, Downtown 828-251-0202
One of Asheville's premier art galleries featuring contemporary fine
art and craft by artists of the Southeastern United States.
Grand Bohemian Hotel
The heart of the Kessler Collection of hotels is a celebration of the artistic spirit. The Grand Bohemian Hotel is home to a masterpiece all its own—the Grand Bohemian Gallery. This unique gallery showcases over 100 works of art by local, regional, and internationally recognized artists designed to inspire the collector in all of us.
Toll free - 877-274-1242 or (828) 405-2949
Two women in biltmore village are making jewelry the old fashioned
way...one piece at a time. The two designers also offer the opportunity
to collaborate with you to make a heirloom of your own design.....
Pack Place Education, Arts and Science Center
Downtown across from Pack Square, Pack Place Education, Arts and
Science Center houses Three Centuries of Pack Square, and is the home
for the Asheville Art Museum, Diana Wortham Theater, Colburn Earth
Science Museum, the Health Adventure and the YMI Cultural Center. A
must to see when visiting Asheville, NC. 828-253-3227
Asheville Art Museum
Pack Place, Downtown 253-3227
The museum houses its own impressive permanent collection of 20th
century American art while also frequently playing host to visiting
collections from other prestigious museums. Allow an hour or more for a
visit. Open Tues.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. 1-5pm. Fri. until 8pm in the
Colburn Earth Science Museum
Pack Place, Downtown 254-7162
Explore the rich treasures of the earth at this museum called "a mini-Sithsonian of gems" by the Washington Post. Allow one to three hours for a visit. Open Tues.-Sat. 10am-5pm.
The Health Adventure is a health and science museum for children and
today's families dedicated to improving health awareness, promoting
wellness lifestyles, and increasing science literacy through programs and exhibits.
Address (physical): 2 South Pack Square, Asheville, NC 28801
Address (mailing): PO Box 180, Asheville, NC 28802
Phone: (828) 254-6373
Fax: (828) 257-4521
YMI Cultural Center
The YMI Cultural Center is a community-based, non-profit organization
which seeks to enhance the cultural and economic lives of residents of
Western North Carolina, particularly minority and low-income people.
The YMI Cultural Center focuses on three program areas: Cultural Arts,
Economic Development, and Community Education. The YMI Cultural Center
serves as an educational forum creating greater awareness of our
cultural heritage and is a center of artistic expression vital to
creating and sustaining a strong community. 39 South Market Street,
Asheville NC, 28801 (828) 252-4614
Smith-McDowell House Museum, Asheville's First Mansion
If you are planning a visit to the Asheville area for the color season,
you might want to plan a visit to the Smith-McDowell House Museum.
Built circa 1840 by James McConnell Smith, the Smith McDowell House is
Asheville's oldest surviving house and the oldest brick house in
Buncombe County, North Carolina. Small admission fee. 828-253-9231.More details
Folk Art Center
Blue Ridge Parkway 298-7928
The Center is the home of the Southern Highland Craft Guild,
representing craft artists from Southern Appalachia. The Allanstand
Craft Shop carries the work of over 300 of these guild members.
Upstairs the Folk Art Center offers a gallery which showcases changing
exhibits of regional and national scope. Daily craft demonstrations
April-December. Open daily 9am-6pm, Apr.-Dec.; 9am-5pm Jan.-Mar.
Admission is free.