Blue Ridge Mountains Attractions
Looking for things to see in the Blue Ridge Mountains? There is so beauty to enjoy. Choose from art and photography galleries as well as entertainment venues in the many small mountain towns of the Blue Ridge. But don't forget about the many spectacular waterfalls that are scattered throughout!
Award-winning photographer Dave Allen regularly offers workshops, and his fine art photography is available at Aesthetic Gallery (Asheville), Framing Arts (Hendersonville) and Local Color (Brevard).
119 3rd Ave W
Hendersonville, North Carolina 28791
Twigs and Leaves has thousands of items handcrafted by over 100 artists, including photography, quilted wall hangings, shadow boxes, stained glass, baskets, metal work, furniture, jewelry and jewelry boxes, wall art and more.
98 North Main Street
Waynesville, North Carolina 28786
Gallery By The James is an artist owned co-operative gallery offering an eclectic mix of fine art, hand-crafted jewelry, and unique gift items. All works are created by local and regional artists and include original watercolors, oils, acrylics, pastels, collage, pottery, photography, art glass mosaics, jewelry, framed and unframed prints, and quality note cards.
19827 Main Street
Buchanan, Virginia 24066
The Co-ed shows current movies within walking distance to downtown restaurants. Co-ed has been Brevard's theater for over 75 years. (It's name was changed to Co-ed when Brevard College became a co-educational school in 1934.)
79 West Main Street
Brevard, North Carolina 28721
Peggy McBride offers art and craft workshops at the Globe Gallery in textiles (sewing, quilting, natural dyeing, printing from nature, screenprinting, felting, stitching, costuming, upcycling wearables and other accessories for the home/body), jewelry, bookbinding, papermaking, found object constructions and collage. Guest teachers are invited on occasion for basketmaking, pottery, knitting, weaving and more.
29 Falcon Street
Clayton, Georgia 30525
Staniar Gallery is a 1,300 square foot space located in Wilson Hall in the Lenfest Center, home of the departments of art, music and theatre. The gallery is dedicated to the exhibition of contemporary and historical works in all media by regionally, nationally, and internationally recognized artists.
204 W. Washington Street
Lexington, Virginia 24450