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Directions from Asheville: I-240 East, exit towards 74-A East, Bat Cave and Chimney Rock. Or stop by the Farm Store open every day, with fiber from the angora goats is made into mohair. Round Mountain Creamery: Take a guided tour of the goat-to-cheese process and meet 150 goats on this small farm south of Black Mountain. During a guided tour, gather wild mushrooms, plants and other “extreme cuisine.” Then a chef transforms your finds into a delicious meal.
Tours /person and available other times by appointment. Take a guided tour of fascinating, sustainable farms near Asheville.
Biltmore Estate: Explore farm life in the early 1900s with interpreters and exhibits at Biltmore's historic Barn.
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Head to the River Arts District near downtown Asheville to find 180 artists at work in 25 converted industrial buildings along the river. And don't miss the special exhibits and main store at the Folk Art Center on the Blue Ridge Parkway. The two-story reconstructed log house will be decorated, and costumed guides will relate the symbolism of each of the decorations.
The Farm Store also has a deli, butchery with fresh cut meats, and local honey and jams. Wehrloom Honey (257 Willie Colvin Road, Robbinsville) harvests honey from millions of bees to create homemade lotions, soaps, beeswax candles and big variety of raw honey. Take a hayride through the orchards, hear mountain music and buy local jams. You can visit many orchards along US Highway 64, just a few miles east of I-26 (between Hendersonville and Bat Cave). Take a "forage to table" tour with No Taste Like Home and play with your food.