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This picturesque campus tucked away behind the legendary Omni Grove Park Inn is a hidden jewel with much to see. This must stop for art and history lovers is just 2.5 miles from downtown Asheville. Biltmore Industries began here in 1917 and became the largest producer of handwoven wool in the world by 1930. Today, the 11-acre property is home to Grovewood Gallery, working artist studios, a sculpture garden, Biltmore Industries Homespun Museum, the Estes-Winn Antique Car Museum, and Eldr restaurant.

You'll find plenty of fascinating things to do as you stroll through the village:

Grovewood Gallery

Grovewood Gallery: One of the region's premiere art and craft galleries features amazing works from 400+ artists and craftspeople from across the country - in all price ranges.

Grovewood Gallery, Asheville

Don't miss the fabulous second floor with their American-made studio furniture and lighting collection. The outdoor sculpture garden is a great spot for a picnic. Grovewood Gallery is open year-round Monday-Sunday 10 AM-5 PM. For current exhibits and events, go to Grovewood Gallery website.

NC Homespun Museum

Biltmore Industries Homespun Museum: Located in the heart of Grovewood Village, this humble, one-room museum presents a historical overview of Biltmore Industries. On display is an antique 4-harness loom and memorabilia such as letters, artifacts, and photographs depicting highlights from the active years of the industry. Admission is free. Open April-December, Monday-Sunday, 10 AM-5 PM.

Antique Car Museum Asheville

Estes-Winn Antique Car Museum: See 19 classic beauties and some horse-drawn vehicles. Admission is free, but donations are appreciated. Open April-December, Monday-Sunday, 10 AM-5PM. Read more.

Grovewood Village Garden

Garden: Stroll or picnic in the 11-acre Sculpture Garden with a rotating selection of outdoor art and whirly gigs.

Artist Studios: 10 resident artists have studios at Grovewood Village in part of the historic building that housed weaving and woodcarving operations.

Biltmore Industries Tour

Private History Tours: Learn the story of Biltmore Industries on a docent-led history tour offered April-December. Your private tour includes a visit to the historic Dye House (closed to the public), where you’ll peek into the past and view the original looms, carding machines, mule spinner, and dye vats used to make the famed Biltmore Handwoven Homespun. Read more about Biltmore Industries Tours.

Grovewood Village

Location: 111 Grovewood Road, Asheville

More Info: Go to the Grovewood Village Website.

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