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Hotel Indigo Asheville Downtown

NEIGHBORHOOD

Put The Map Away, Start Walking, And See What You Find.
 

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Places To Go, Things To Do

Biltmore Estate, Gardens and Winery

From the historic house and its gardens and grounds to outdoor adventures, dining, shopping, and wine tastings, Biltmore offers something for everyone… all in one unforgettable pl

Historic Downtown Asheville

In Asheville there’s always a good reason to go exploring. Plan your visit to the Blue Ridge Mountains—find things to do, places to stay, food and drink, music and art—and you may even find a few surprises.

Grove Arcade

Grove Arcade's rich history and ornate architecture combined with its eclectic mix of shops and restaurants offer patrons a full-day immersion into Asheville’s lifestyle and culture.

Asheville Art Museum

The Museum’s galleries, the Museum Store, and Perspective Café are open to the public. Pre-purchased online tickets and walk-in tickets are available.

Thomas Wolf Memorial

Considered by many to be one of the giants of 20th-century American literature, Thomas Wolfe immortalized his childhood home in his epic autobiographical novel, Look Homeward, Angel. Wolfe’s colorful portrayal of his family, his hometown of “Altamont” Asheville, North Carolina, and “Dixieland” the Old Kentucky Home boardinghouse, earned the Victorian period house a place as one of American literature’s most famous landmarks.

Blue Ridge Parkway

Enjoy miles of unprecedented mountain views through the Blue Ridge Parkway.

The Orange Peel

The Orange Peel is one of the Southeast’s preeminent concert venues. The club features state-of-the-art sound and lighting equipment rarely found in a club of its size. The smoke-free facility has a beautiful interior, creating a fabulous setting for enjoying the premier musicians who perform here.

Harrah's Cherokee Center

Just two blocks from the Hotel Indigo Asheville Downtown, the U.S. Cellular Center is Asheville's premier arena and home to top concerts and sporting events.

Asheville Symphony

The Asheville Symphony Orchestra performs and promotes symphonic music for the benefit, enjoyment and education of the people of Western North Carolina. The ASO presents concerts in the 2,300-seat Thomas Wolfe Auditorium in Harrah’s Cherokee Center Asheville.

Grove Park Inn Golf Course

Swing into a round of golf on the legendary 18-hole course The Omni Grove Park Inn. The 6,055-yard championship course features tree-lined fairways with amazing views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Elevated tee boxes on the par-70 course provide perfect sight lines for each drive.

Basilica of St. Lawrence

Self-guided tour hours Mondays-Thursdays with Mass held on Sundays. Consecrated in 1920, this beautiful basilica is on the National Register of Historic Places.

Asheville Mall

From local merchants to national brands, this shopping destination features dining options, apparel, beauty, and much more.

North Carolina Arboretum

Tucked in the Southern Appalachian Mountains south of Asheville, The North Carolina Arboretum offers acres of cultivated gardens and groomed trails featuring some of the most beautiful, botanically-diverse plants in the region.

Pisgah National Forest

The Pisgah National Forest is a land of peaks, waterfalls, and forested slopes. At over 500,000 acres, Pisgah's hardwood forest also features hundreds of miles of trails.

French Broad Adventures and River Rafting

Whitewater rafting, ziplines, and canyoneering expeditions just 30 minutes from downtown Asheville.

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