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Top 10 Lodgings

To speak with a Representative about Hotel Options, call (877) 666-1494 The Blue Ridge Parkway offers travelers a number of wonderful lodgings to rest and recharge after a long day of driving and sightseeing. Many people enjoy venturing beyond the … Continue reading

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Top 10 Restaurants

The Blue Ridge Parkway offers hundreds of delicious restaurants, taverns, café’s and coffee houses for tired and hungry visitors traveling along America’s favorite parkway. Here is a listing of ten of the most popular, if not celebrated, restaurants along the … Continue reading

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Top 10 Attractions

The Blue Ridge Parkway: “America’s Favorite Drive” – The Blue Ridge Parkway features 469 miles connecting the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in North Carolina to the Shenandoah National Park in Virginia. Known for its extraordinary views, scenic vistas of … Continue reading

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Shenandoah Caverns

No matter your age or physical ability, you can visit Shenandoah Caverns’ incredible underground caves more than 220 feet below the earth. Shenandoah Caverns’ gradual slopes and elevator service allows visitors to visit 17 rooms of exquisite National Geographic-featured mineral … Continue reading

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Blue Ridge Music Center

As the epicenter of the bluegrass music scene, the Blue Ridge Music Center’s indoor and outdoor auditoriums are always filled with the music of fiddle, banjo, and guitar; and visitors can have an extraordinary experience listening to and learning about … Continue reading

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Folk Art Center

Each year, thousands of art lovers from throughout the country converge on Ashville’s Folk Art Center, home of the Southern Highland Craft Guild, to find beautifully-handcrafted Appalachian art and learn about the history of the Southern Crafts Revival movement. While … Continue reading

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Horn in the West: The Nation’s Oldest Revolutionary War Outdoor Drama

Horn in the West is one of the nation’s oldest Revolutionary War dramas, featuring the story of American pioneers who settled in the Blue Ridge Mountains seeking freedom from the British King. Each night, a cast of more than 50 … Continue reading

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Hickory Ridge Homestead Museum

If you’re traveling along the Blue Ridge Parkway, be sure to visit the Hickory Ridge Homestead Museum, a beautiful live museum featuring the Appalachian Frontier tradition. Staffed with historical actors in period clothing, the 18th century homestead gives visitors a … Continue reading

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