Asheville Mountain Town Getaway
- Audio-guided tour of the Biltmore Estates for 2
- Private 2-hour River Arts District Tour with a local artist
- 3-night stay in a standard guest room at The Renaissance, Cambria or similar downtown Asheville hotel
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Experience the eclectic and unique atmosphere that comes from visiting Asheville!
Asheville, North Carolina is famous for its beautiful flora and sweeping surroundings– delve even further and enjoy the mountains, parks, and forestry that surrounds the city. Hit the road and cruise the Blue Ridge Parkway, or step back into the past and visit the Biltmore- George Vanderbilt’s lavish estate. Whatever your adventure, Asheville has a little something for everyone.
The Biltmore Estates
Completed in 1895, George Vanderbilt’s 250-room chateau is as impressive today as it was more than a century ago. Biltmore House is truly a wonder of architecture and hospitality. On this audio-guided tour, you will learn the history and stories of America’s largest home, as well as the beautiful gardens and grounds surround it, designed by renowned landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted.
River Arts District
Inspiration flows Here! The River Arts District is situated along a mile-long stretch of the French Broad River and is housed in 22 former and historical buildings. You will get a VIP experience as one of the artists of this district will lead you on a private, 2-hour tour through these workshops and galleries, allowing you to get a first-hand look at how the artists work with their many mediums- pencil, pottery, metal, fiber, glass, wax, and more. After the tour you can stay within the district and enjoy the cafes and restaurants, or meander through the studios and galleries that caught your eye.
Enjoy a 3-night stay in a standard guest room at the Renaissance, Cambria, or similar downtown Asheville hotel. These hotels are within walking distance to many coveted districts, including the River Arts District and downtown, allowing for maximum exploration.
Blackout Dates: Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s weeks.