Area Attractions

When you arrive in Asheville Downtown you will be met with a list of things to do as long as the Blue Ridge Parkway. Stay in the heart of the action at Hyatt Asheville and weave through the historical, famous breweries and take a day to explore the nature around you.

Hyatt Place Asheville/Downtown

199 Haywood Street
Asheville, North Carolina, United States, 28801



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Local Attractions

Harrah’s Cherokee Center Asheville

Ashville's multi-purpose arena hosts basketball games and large-scale entertainment events. Smaller concerts, theater, and other productions are held at Thomas Wolfe Auditorium next door.

Biltmore Estate

Dating back to the turn of the turn of the 20th century this historic estate was built as a summer home by the Vanderbilt family. The Biltmore Estate remains a hallmark location for sightseers to come and explore 8,000 acres of historic luxury.

Botanical Gardens at Asheville

On 10-acres of land the Botanical Gardens at Asheville houses over 600 species of plants native to the Southern Appalachians and 70 of which scientists consider uncommon, rare or endangered on a regional, state or federal level. This free attraction is perfect for the whole family.

WNC Nature Center

The Western North Carolina Nature Center is home to a wide array of animals on a beautiful 42-acre property. The park is dedicated to the advancement of zoo and aquariums in the areas of conservation, education, and science and wants guests to appreciate nurture and understand the beauty of the wildlife in the area. Come explore the beautiful South Appalachian Mountain region.

Asheville Museum of Science

If you are traveling with children this is a must see stop in Asheville, with hands on activities this museum is home to experimental science learning and discovery to foster imagination.

Local Food + Drink

Green Man Brewery

Discover legendary beers with a wild, bitter bite when you take a seat at Green Man Brewery. The Green Man is one of North Carolina’s original breweries, creating innovative and exciting flavors that harken back to traditional English styles.

Wicked Weed Brewing

If you are in the mood for a hoppy ale brewed with a Belgian flair, look no further than Wicked Weed Brewing, head over to either of their locations in downtown Asheville and sip on an unforgettable craft beer that is sure to knock your socks off!

New Belgium Brewing

When you visit the New Belgium facility you’ll be able to see a full scale, industrial brewing process, with optional tours to learn more about the brewery’s history. Swing by the taproom and try old favorites along with experimental new releases.

Lexington Avenue Brewery

For a one-of-a-kind brewery experience in Asheville, there is no place better than Lexington Avenue Brewery. The brewmasters are constantly experimenting with new styles allowing for you to taste local favorites as well as their latest creations.