More Downtown Asheville Shopping
Go to our Asheville Galleries Guide for downtown galleries. Also see our Bookstore Guide.
See our Downtown Asheville Map.
Wall Street: From custom sandals to clothing from Ireland, you will find a cute avenue of trendy shops, galleries and restaurants. If walking, the best place to enter Wall Street is via Battery Park Avenue near the intersection of Haywood Street.
Antique Shopping: There are a dozen antique shops downtown, and most are on Lexington Avenue and Walnut Street, including Asheville Antiques Mall on Lexington . Don't miss Stuf Antiques at 52 Broadway. Captains Bookshelf has a wonderful collection of used and rare books, including first editions, at 31 Page Avenue across from the Grove Arcade.
Treasure Keepers, located at 12 Church Street in downtown Asheville, is an antique shop that specializes in unique estate furnishings and collectibles from around the world. Not Your Average Antiques, also across from the Grove Arcade has Americana at it's best with vintage slots, phonographs, toys, posters, jewelry, guitars, folk art and a lot more. See more about Asheville Antique Shopping.
Ten Thousand Villages: A non-profit, volunteer-based store that provides vital income to Third World people by selling their handicrafts. 10 College Street.
Woolworth Walk: Arts and crafts emporium with more than 150 exhibiting artists in 20,000 square feet of display and studio space. 25 Haywood Street.
Kress Emporium: Collection of excellece in art from luminous stained glass and hand-thrown ceramics to elegant paintings, evocative sculptures, extraordinary handcrafted jewelry, and much more from 80 distinguished regional artists and craftspeople. 19 Patton Avenue.
Weinhaus: Get the perfect bottle of wine for your getaway at this Asheville institution. The Cheese Store of Asheville, located downtown at the Weinhaus, offers a lot more than cheese. In addition to retail sales of artisan cheese, cured meats, and local products, guests can sit at the Cork & Keg bar and enjoy a local beer, wine and a cheese plate or sandwich. 86 Patton Avenue
Tops: This mecca for shoe lovers sprawls through several buildings and can be entered from Lexington Avenue, College Street, or Rankin Avenue.
Mast General Store: One of our main "anchor" stores is this 1940s-style emporium with comfortable clothing, traditional housewares, old time barrel candy, and a great mountain outfitters section. 15 Biltmore Avenue.
Chevron Trading Post & Bead Co.: This shop is the largest and most comprehensive bead store in the Southeast featuring imported beads from around the world. The store has 4,000 square-feet of beads, tools and supplies for all your projects.
Twist Boutique: New! At a first casual glance, the store appears an eclectic mix of unique and one-of-a-kind clothing items and accessories. But beyond its artistic displays of jewelry, hats, scarves, gloves ‒ something for every season ‒ is a backstory that lends even more mystery to Twist's existence. 35 N Lexington Ave
Asheville's Therapeutic Salt Cave: Experience the most relaxing 45 minutes of your life! The power of salt therapy has been known for centuries to be beneficial in the treatment of respiratory aliments, cardiac issues, nervous system disorders, skin problems, and digestive complaints. Experience a unique oasis, a salt enriched microclimate which allows the body and mind to gain relaxation, rehabilitation, and balance. 10 Eagle Street.
Twist Boutique (35 N Lexington Ave) is Asheville's newest culmination of timing, location, and symbols of dreams come true. At a first casual glance, the store appears an eclectic mix of unique and one-of-a-kind clothing items and accessories. But beyond its artistic displays of jewelry, hats, scarves, gloves ‒ something for every season ‒ is a backstory that lends even more mystery to Twist's existence.
New Morning Gallery in Biltmore Village
Biltmore Village Shopping
Go to the Asheville Gallery Guide for Biltmore Village galleries. Also see Biltmore Village.
Biltmore Lamp & Shade Gallery, located in the heart of Biltmore Village, offers elegant antiques, accessories, seasonal decorations and, yes, lamps and lampshades too! They are also the exclusive Asheville area retailer of Starfire Designs Jewelry by Charlie Wharton. 30 All Souls Crescent. Click here to visit their Web site
Antique Tobacco Barn, 70,000 square feet warehouse packed with finished and unfinished antiques. It is located on Highway 81 near Biltmore Estate. See and read more.
Biltmore Antiques District comprises 13 stores within a mile and a half of the Biltmore Estate. See our Antiques Guide for more.
Village Antiques: European importers of 18th- and 19th-century French, English, and Italian furniture in an adventurous warehouse setting. 755 Biltmore Avenue.
The Compleat Naturalist: This nature store and wildlife art gallery includes fun stuff for all ages. 2 Biltmore Plaza.
Porter & Prince: Beautiful offering of fine linens, furniture, European soaps, aromatherapy candles and unique treasures made by local artisans. Biltmore Station.
The Thomas Kinkade Gallery: Features art glass, hand-built ceramics, woodcrafts, quilts, handcrafted jewelry, porcelains, garden art, handmade dolls, fine graphics, limited edition prints, music CDs. Biltmore Plaza on Boston Way.
ScreenDoor & Common Ground Distributors: Wonderful book outlet, which features an in-depth selection of nature, gardening, home decor and children's books, and 12,000 sq. ft. of treasures for the uncommon garden and cottage. Located just up the hill from Biltmore Village at 115 Fairview Road.