Asheville Area Arts Council

11 Biltmore Avenue
(828) 258-0710

Asheville Art Museum

2 South Pack Square
(828) 253-3227

Asheville Arts Center

308 Merrimon Avenue
(828) 253-4000

Asheville Community Theatre

35 East Walnut Street
(828) 253-4931

Asheville Urban Trail

If you love art and history, you don't want to miss walking Asheville's Urban Trail, a 1.7 mile walking tour through the streets of downtown Asheville. Asheville's history and past are told through 30 stops, each with public sculpture which function as landmarks along the Urban Trail. Read more about Asheville's Architecture.

Urban Trail maps are available at Pack Place, many downtown stores, and other information centers in town. If you want to learn how Wall Street got  its name or which of Asheville's founding fathers had an incurable case of the hiccups go on an Urban Trail guided tour. Guides consist of local historians volunteering their wealth of knowledge about the city and are available by reservation. Please call 828.258.0710 x108 two weeks in advance of your desired tour date to coordinate a tour.

Diana Wortham Theatre

2 South Pack Square
(828) 257-4530

W.C. Reid Center for Creative Arts

133 Livingston Street
(828) 350-2048
Located in central Asheville, the W.C. Reid Center is the home to a variety of creative cultural art programs for all ages focusing on visual, performing and computer arts. The center features classrooms, a gymnasium and an auditorium with a stage.

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