Go to Moonshine Mountain Snow Tubing. It has 3 lanes in which you are pulled up by your tube leash hooked to a pulley. Once on top of the mountain, you sit on the tube and down you go until you run into an embankment and back down again. They have a trailer that sells BBQ and a warm place by the fire to eat or thaw out. There is also a fire outside...more
pictured is the margarita grill on main street in the hendersonville historic district. main street has numerous shops, restaurants, and bars. there are two museums on main street and scores of historic buildings. the hendersonville historic district is a very nice place to visit in the asheville area.more
the mast general store in hendersonville is one eight mast stores in the smokey mountain area of north carolina. the original mast general store was founded by henry taylor in valle crucis in 1883 and was called taylor and mast. w.w. mast bought out taylor in 1913 and the name was shortened to the mast general store. the hendersonville store is...more
The Western North Carolina Air Museum (WNC Air Museum) claims to have been organized in 1989 but also to be the oldest aviation museum in North Carolina. I do not know how they define organization but there is a collection of vintage aircraft and a museum at the Charlotte airport which has been there for at least 30 years. I must do some...more
155 Sugarloaf Rd, Hendersonville, NC 28792
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447 Naples Road, Hendersonville, North Carolina, 28792, United States
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240 MITCHELLE DRIVE, Hendersonville, NC 28792
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The owners trained in France and only serves the best and freshest meats, cheeses and bread. It's located on Main Street where you can shop til you drop. I enjoyed their cornbeef, cheese and thousand island on rye and pumpernickle bread. You've got to try one of their brownies for dessert. It's moist and creamy made with the best chocolate.more
the flight wood grill is a sophisticated american restaurant in downtown hendersonville. the decor of the flight wood grill is retro-modern and the restaurant was a very interesting art collection. they offer excellent grilled steak and seafood. the flight wood grill has a very nice bar and a huge wine selection. in my opinion the best restaurant...more
Days Gone By is a cute little vintage-inspired ice cream shop on Main Street. The walls are decorated with memorabilia. On your way in or out, be sure to pick up an old-fashioned Coca Cola, complete with the old green glass bottle. And check out the old scale/fortune teller. Anything of the ice cream sundaes.more
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My favorite shop on Main Street is the General Store. It houses a collection of novelties, clothing, and candy. Also, be sure to check out the army store, where you can often find discounted clothes, shoes, and miscellaneous items.
Hendersonville is a quaint little town located in the North Carolina Blue Ridge Mountains. It's not very culturally diverse at all. While scoping out Main Street, I came across a flyer for the Ku Klux Klan hanging on the front door of one of the shops. As a young African American, I was a little uncomfortable, but not surprised by the reality of life. Generally the locals are very friendly and inviting. Just be aware (without being paranoid and defensive) that there are still people around (even in 2003) who don't like "people of color."