The Asheville area has many tailgate markets, usually in parking lots where local growers set up temporary sales stalls on certain days, and farmers' markets, which are typically larger than tailgate markets and often have permanent booths. The website of Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project (ASAP) has up-to-date information on all the region’s tailgate markets, U-pick farms, and farmers’ markets.

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  • 1. Blue Spiral 1

    Downtown | Art Galleries

    The biggest and arguably the best art gallery in town has changing exhibits of regional sculpture, paintings, fine crafts, and photographs. ...Read More

  • 2. Downtown Asheville

    Downtown | Neighborhoods

    Shopping is excellent and local all over downtown Asheville, with around 200 boutiques, including more than 30 art and crafts galleries. Several...Read More

  • 3. French Broad Chocolate Lounge

    Downtown | Food/Candy

    French Broad Chocolate Lounge—so popular it had to move to this much-larger location on Pack Square (though the line is still sometimes out...Read More

  • 4. Grove Arcade

    Downtown | Crafts

    Just before its opening in 1929, the Grove Arcade, which covers an entire city block, was trumpeted as "the most elegant building in America...Read More

  • 5. Odyssey Center for the Ceramic Arts

    River Arts District | Ceramics/Glassware

    Odyssey Center for the Ceramic Arts has the largest number of working clay artists in the region. It has two ceramics galleries, plus pottery...Read More

  • 6. Woolworth Walk

    Downtown | Art Galleries

    In a 1938 building that once housed a five-and-dime, Woolworth Walk features the curated work of more than 170 crafts artists, in 20,000 square...Read More

  • 7. Asheville City Market

    Downtown | Market

    Sponsored by ASAP, nearly everything at this downtown market is local. Offerings vary but usually include produce, free-range eggs, homemade...Read More

  • 8. Grovewood Gallery

    Grove Park | Art Galleries

    The gallery's 9,000 square feet hold high-quality ceramic, glass, fiber, wood, and other crafts, along with furniture in what the gallery calls...Read More

  • 9. Kress Emporium I and II

    Downtown | Art Galleries

    In this 1928 landmark building decorated with polychrome terra-cotta tiles, about 100 artisans show and sell their crafts. A second location...Read More

  • 10. New Morning Gallery

    Biltmore Village | Art Galleries

    Established by the late arts entrepreneur John Cram, New Morning Gallery has more than 13,000 square feet of exhibit space in a prime location...Read More

  • 11. Riverview Station

    River Arts District | Crafts

    More than 40 artists, craftspeople, and entrepreneurs in ceramics, painting, textiles, woodworking, and jewelry work in this complex of studios...Read More

  • 12. The Chocolate Fetish

    Downtown | Food/Candy

    Chocolate truffles and sea-salt caramels are favorites here, but you can also buy made-on-site items such as chocolate in the shapes of cowboy...Read More

  • 13. Wedge Studios and Wedge Brewing Company

    River Arts District | Crafts

    Once the headquarters of Farmer's Federation, the region's leading agricultural co-op, this large brick building holds more than 30 independent...Read More

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