2. Museum Stops

From the traditional to the obscure, Asheville hosts an array of museums, so everyone is sure to find something up their alley. The newly renovated Asheville Art Museum showcases the work of artists from western North Carolina and southern Appalachia, including Cherokee Nation artists. The Asheville Museum of Science allows visitors to explore and become geologists, topographers, paleontologists and more. More unique options include the Museum of the Cherokee Indian, the Asheville Pinball Museum (yes, you can play pinball there), the Asheville Radio Museum, the Antique Car Museum at Grovewood Village, the Aluminum Christmas Tree Museum, and Wheels Through Time, a collection of rare vintage American motorcycles.

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