Despite its growing popularity and size, Hopscotch Music Festival has never lost sight of its North Carolina roots or the talented musicians that make the annual festival possible.
Mark your calendars and get your dancing shoes ready — there are still a surprising number of music festivals across the state to enjoy as warm summer days fade into fall.
The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree in Hendersonville; much of what made the region a popular destination 200 years ago — like its agriculture, climate, and historic downtown district — are still important parts of its identity today.
Körner’s Folly is an extravagant time capsule into Victorian life, where new secrets are uncovered each visit whether it’s your first or your tenth.
The Great American Eclipse is upon us, and you still haven’t made any plans? Don’t fret — if you excel at procrastination or forgetfulness, but still want to play hooky and enjoy the historic event on August 21, we’ve got you covered.
Hood Huggers tours introduce visitors (and reintroduce locals) to an often overlooked, but powerfully prominent, community in Asheville.
Elizabeth City is at the crossroads of history and revitalization. The result: a town where water, hospitality, and hometown pride are deeply revered, while new restaurants, the arts, and tourism are welcomed.
Henderson has had to rebuild itself more than once, and is all about the old and the new. As you plan your visit, include these spots for the best of both.
Born and raised on this quiet farm in Martin County, innkeeper Chloe Tuttle makes her childhood house feel like home for her guests, too.