Asheville indoor activities

Asheville's Unique Indoor Activities Take the Edge Off Winter

Asheville NC Indoor Activities

The Asheville area is blessed with weather that can be mild even in the dead of winter. But when those inevitable cold, wet days do hit, warm up to these unique indoor activities.

Retrocade

Scores of video games, pinball machines, billiards, Skee-Ball and Foosball populate this two-level arcade in West Asheville. A flat fee of $10 gains you all-day unlimited play, and a bar offers local craft beers, wine and soda to sip while you enjoy the retro atmosphere. https://www.ashevilleretrocade.com

Better Than Unicorns

This virtual reality arena and immersive studio gives you the opportunity to experience computer-generated games that simulate realistic experiences. On Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings, the public is invited to open play, where for a flat fee of $15 ($10 for students), players can participate in studio-selected games. https://www.betterthanunicorns.com

Indoor Winter Activities AshevilleRAD Skatepark

This skater-owned and -operated indoor park offers open skate every day of the week. Private lessons by the hour and holiday skate camp for kids are also available. Combine a visit to the River Arts District park with a pre- or post-skate stop at neighbors 12 Bones Smokehouse or Wedge Brewing at Foundation. http://www.radskateparkavl.com

Thomas Wolfe Memorial

This state historic site, boardinghouse and museum in downtown Asheville was the boyhood home of renowned American novelist Thomas Wolfe, and is immortalized as “Dixieland” in Wolfe’s 1929 novel “Look Homeward, Angel.” A visitor center features exhibits about Wolfe and his family, as well as an audio-visual presentation about the writer’s life and works. The house also holds special seasonal activities and exhibitions. Guided house tours are offered at half past each hour, Tuesday through Saturday. http://wolfememorial.com

Asheville’s Fun Depot

This family entertainment center features over 65,000 square feet of indoor activities, including go-carts, mini-golf, laser tag, bumper cars, a climbing wall, playgrounds and inflatables, mini-bowling, arcade games and more. Burgers, pizza, chicken sandwiches and salads are available in the on-site restaurant. http://ashevillesfundepot.com/home/

Asheville Indoor ActivitiesAsheville Pinball Museum

This all-you-can-play arcade ($15 for adults, $12 for kids 10 and under) features more than 80 pinball machines – some dating back decades and boasting fascinating histories – as well as classic video games. Beer and soda are available at the bar. Cold, rainy days can mean a waitlist, but the museum’s close proximity to the Grove Arcade means you can enjoy the indoor shopping corridor while you wait.http://ashevillepinball.com

Folk Art Center

Home to the Southern Highland Craft Guild, the Folk Art Center showcases traditional and contemporary crafts of the Southern Appalachians. In addition to an Eastern National bookstore and Blue Ridge Parkway information desk, the center houses three galleries, a library, and the Guild’s oldest craft shop. From March through December, visitors can see live craft demonstrations daily in the center’s lobby. https://www.southernhighlandguild.org/folk-art-center/

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