Are you looking for adventurous outdoor activities or exciting things to do in downtown Asheville? Well look no further... The Adventure Center of Asheville offers Asheville's Best Adventures, just 5 minutes from downtown. Enjoy expansive views of the Asheville skyline from Asheville Zipline Canopy Adventures or hop on one of our top-end mountain bikes and learn the meaning of "flow" on our on-site trail system created and groomed for the KOLO Bike Park. Looking for a unique and exciting challenge? Then head up into the trees at Asheville Treetops Adventure Park, an elevated obstacle course with five levels of difficulty. Bringing the kids? Check out KidZip, America's first zipline adventure designed for kids under 10.
Biltmore Estate is a large private estate and tourist attraction in Asheville, North Carolina. Biltmore House, the main house on the estate, is a Chateauesque-styled mansion built by George Washington Vanderbilt II.
Travel back in time to Camp Flintlock. Exciting and affordable a field trip here could include a tent encampment with cooking demo, colonial store and dress up, Indian necklace making, Live fife & drum music, pop quiz with prizes, colonial games and much more.
A visit to Catawba Science Center is an excellent opportunity to explore science actively! Opportunities include walking through the exhibits with a scavenger hunt to increase students’...
Chimney Rock Park is a 1000-acre scenic attraction with spectacular North Carolina hiking trails. It is located 25 miles southeast of Asheville NC.
The most awesome classroom nature can provide. Everyone has something to learn on Grandfather Mountain, and there’s no better teacher than the mountain itself.
Step-on guided island coach tours, boat tours, and kayak tours showcase the history, heritage and natural beauty of the coastal Lowcountry. Sport fishing, bike tours, horseback riding and adventure tours are also popular year-round.
Take your students "back in time" by planning your next field tricot Historic Rosedale Plantation! Discover plantation and village life of the Frew, Caldwell and Davidson families, who occupied this antebellum plantation.
Historic Yates Mill County Park is an exciting learning environment and recreational center located 5 miles south of downtown Raleigh. The 174-acre park features diverse natural habitats and the last water-powered mill in NC’s capital county (est. 1760s).
Visit the birthplace of the Capital of North Carolina. Field trip includes a tour of two fully furnished 18th-century homes and an interactive hands-on history module. They also meet North Carolina State social studies standards.
Kaleideum Downtown welcomes school field trips, groups, and home school families! Advance registration is required for groups.