Hendersonville travel will help you experience the typical southern charm. Rich in history and culture, Hendersonville is located in North Carolina. Bask in the traditional lifestyle by staying at a Hendersonville Bed and Breakfast. Step away from the hustle and bustle of city life and retire into the tranquil sights and scenes here. BBonline recommends the following as the top five must see attractions on your Hendersonville travel itinerary.
The County Market
221 N. Church Street
Hendersonville, NC 28792
To understand the soul of the county, you should pay a visit to the Curb Market during your Hendersonville travel spree. The Curb Market is the local farmers market. It was started in the 1920s to promote the agricultural spirit of the county. A great place to see natural home grown produce and to taste freshly made apply cider. They also feature handmade toys and artifacts. To catch the market in action, get there early. The market is open from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m.
The Air Museum
P.O. Box 2342
Hendersonville, NC 28793
Before you head to your Hendersonville Inn, check out the state of the art Air Museum at Hendersonville Airport. The Air Museum is a true treat for airplane lovers. It houses restored vintage planes. You will also find replicas of award winning antique flying machines. The working hours are between 12:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. It's a rare opportunity, as you get to be up close and personal with the airplanes.
The Johnson Farm
Highway 191 N.
Across from Rugby Middle School
Step into the late 19th century by visiting The Johnson Farm. The highlights would be a home from the 1880s, the old school barns and 15 acres of forests and fields with beautiful streams. A great picnic spot that offers grills and paths for trekking. It is open from September to May from 8 in the morning to 2:30 in the afternoon. The farm animals and the farm lifestyle is an experience that should not be missed.
The Heritage Museum
The museum narrates the story of Hendersonville county. Situated in the Henderson Courthouse, it showcases the Cherokee past and displays homes that were created by them in the wilderness. From performances to art collection and artifacts, this is a splendid way to step into the past. Working days are from Wednesday to Saturday between 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
Homes Educational State Forest
1299 Crab Creek Road,
A great way to be one with nature in Hendersonville. Located on a mountain, you can experience the rugged terrain and take in the picturesque scenes. This is a managed forest and has several trails. There is no chance to lose your way, as all the trails are well marked. Arrows and exhibits will direct you throughout the hike.