The North Carolina Mountains Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The North Carolina Mountains - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Blue Ridge Parkway 11

Brevard 6

Bryson City 3

Hendersonville 3

Cherokee 3

Robbinsville 2

Waynesville 2

Highlands 2

Flat Rock 2

Blowing Rock 2

Dillsboro 1

Chimney Rock and Lake Lure 1

Cashiers 1

Hot Springs 1

Boone 1

Black Mountain 1

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Forest 8

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Mine 2

Mountain–Sight 7

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Native American Site 1

Nature Preserve/ Wildlife Refuge 6

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Oconaluftee Indian Village

  • Native American Site

At the historically accurate, re-created Oconaluftee Indian Village guides in native costumes lead you through a 1760-era Cherokee village,...

Oskar Blues Brewery

  • Winery/Brewery/Distillery

This Colorado craft-beer brewer, best known for its Dale's Pale Ale, offers brewery tours and tastings at its Brevard-area facility.

Pisgah Center for Wildlife Education

  • Fish Hatchery

This fish hatchery operated by the state's Department of Wildlife Resources produces more than 400,000 brown, rainbow, and native brook...

Sliding Rock

  • Body Of Water/Waterfall

In summer you can skid 60 feet on a natural waterslide, fueled by 11,000 gallons of mountain water a minute, into a clear, cold pool.

Smoky Mountain Gold and Ruby Mine

  • Mine

Every mountain county has significant deposits of gems and minerals, and at the Smoky Mountain Gold and Ruby Mine, on the Qualla Boundary,...

Smoky Mountain Model Train Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

Somewhat commercial, the Smoky Mountain Trains model railroad museum nevertheless appeals to kids or anyone with a fond memory of model...

The Blowing Rock

  • Geological Site

The Blowing Rock is a cliff, which at 4,000 feet looms over the Johns River Gorge, about 3,000 feet below. If you throw your hat over...

Thomas Wolfe's Angel

  • Public Art (Mural/Sculpture/Statue)

In his novel Look Homeward, Angel, the Asheville-born novelist Thomas Wolfe makes many references to an angel statue. The famous angel,...

Tweetsie Railroad

  • Amusement Park/Water Park

A Wild West theme park built into the side of a mountain between Boone and Blowing Rock, Tweetsie Railroad is centered on coal-powered...

Whiteside Mountain

  • Geological Site

Near Highlands and Cashiers, Whiteside Mountain is one of the highest continuous cliffs in the East. The sheer cliffs of white granite...


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