- The list below includes 77 free or cheap things to do in or near Black Mountain, North Carolina, including 72 different types of inexpensive activities like Art Gallery, Music Venue, Breweries and History Museums.
- From Creative Mountain Food Tours to Pisgah Brewing Company, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Black Mountain and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Asheville, Hendersonville, Lake Lure and Marshall.
Food enthusiasts will greatly enjoy spending the day with Creative Mountain Food Tours. Designed to allow tourists to sample foods from local restaurants, tours are led by an experienced guide and include added information about the community.
Black Mountain's Pisgah Brewing Company is a casual and lively brewery. Favored by locals for its fun atmosphere, live music and delicious beer, the brewery offers free tours, weekly concerts and a gift shop for those who want to support the Pisgah name.
Offering free brewery tours on the weekends, The Pisgah Brewery is an enjoyable and relaxing way to spend an afternoon. Locals and visitors enjoy the brewery wide selection of quality beers including their pale ale, porter and seasonal favorites.
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The Red House Studios & Art Gallery are composed of seven separate working studios for artists, as well as the Mary McMurray Gallery, which displays the works of primarily local and regional artists.
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225 West State Street, Black Mountain, NC MoreLess Info
Encouraging and fostering a passion for culture and the arts, Black Mountain Center for the Arts offers numerous classes and workshops for students of all ages. Special events such as concerts and other performances are also held at this venue.
Guests can view a diverse collection of nature themed jewelry, art, wood, glass, and more at the Mountain Nest Gallery. The gallery is within walking distance of a nearby art and history museum and numerous shops and restaurants.
Originally opened in 1989, the Swannanoa Valley Museum preserves and displays the history of Buncombe County. Along with the museum building itself, there are several hiking pathways and trails that lead guests to historic sites in the area.