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Asheville Art in the Park


 Asheville Art in the Park

One of the best ways to experience the art and the artists of Asheville is to swing by Art in the Park - a Downtown Asheville event that showcases the brilliance of our artistic community.
Read on for more information about this fantastic event!
 
Where it is
Art in the Park takes place in Pack Square Park in Downtown Asheville. Some of the very best artists in the region set up shop for a day of community meet and greet! Take in the sights around Vance Monument as you get introduced to a visual feast of color and craft. Ceramics, Woodworking, Painting, Glass Work, and so much more will line the street as you stroll through the perfect Autumn weather.
 
When it is
Art in the Park runs from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM on October 1st, 8th, and 15th. This is a family event and as the sun shines down and the cool breeze ruffles your hair, you'll have the unique opportunity to communicate with the artistic wizards that make our small mountain city one of the very best in the nation. We recommend heading down around lunch time so that you can also experience some amazing culinary creations at one or several of our downtown eateries!
 
Where to stay
Staying in the area is key to fully enjoying an afternoon in Downtown Asheville. Whether you're looking for a mountain escape or a downtown retreat, Carolina Mornings has you covered. With dozens of vacation rentals in and around Asheville, the perfect home-base for your mountain adventures is just waiting to be discovered. For a very special home located on Town Mountain Road in Asheville, check out Magnolia Mountain. This modern home boasts some of the very best views of Downtown!
 
To begin planning your October trip to the mountains, contact Carolina Mornings at (877) 902-9441. A professional Vacation Planner will help secure your vacation rental accommodations, your Biltmore Estate ticket, and your outdoor adventures such as ziplining and whitewater rafting (included with every Carolina Mornings rental!).
 
By: Dana Carrico