Looking for something to do locally for yourself or with the family during Spring Break?

You can book a tour of Asheville with The Flying Bike and tool around the city and its Historic neighborhoods on an electric Bike. Which on some of these hills is greatly appreciated.

https://flyingbiketours.com/

If you're looking for an adventurous zipline you could cruise through the Blue Ridge treetops at Navitat Canopy Adventures. One of the sections stretches 3,600 feet and is about 350 feet above the forest floor.  You will get an incredible view which is well worth the heart-pounding adventure.

https://www.exploreasheville.com/listings/navitat-canopy-adventures/300/

Also, check out the Adventure Center of Asheville. Kids that are ages 8 + can enjoy the Canopy Zipline Tour or kids can go on the ZipKid which is a zip line designed for kids ages 4-10. They have bike rentals and a bike park for kids (young and young at heart) of all ages.  The Tree top Adventure Park is a challenge course for kids with over 77 challenges on 7 trails. It's a great thing to do on a sunny day.

https://www.exploreasheville.com/listings/adventure-center-of-asheville/7039/

If the weather has turned to rain you could visit the LEAF Global Arts Center and learn about music from all over the world there are different areas, like the Easel Rider art Bar and Instrument Petting Zoo. Just to name a few.https://theleaf.org/

 

You can check out the Asheville Art Museum. Become a member and get discounts on classes and tours. They are starting their Early Bird Yoga back up on April 17th.  Which is a great thing to do to get you and your kids to relax. Because we all need to relax a little.  Learn all about the local art scene here as well by taking an audio tour with smART guide.

https://www.ashevilleart.org/learn/

On any old day or on your spring break these places will not disappoint.