Hendersonville Area Guide
Incorporated in 1847,
Hendersonville encompasses almost seven square miles as it lies on the edge of
the Blue Ridge Mountains, 40 miles north of Spartanburg and 22 miles south of
Asheville. Today, Hendersonville’s population as grown to upwards of 10,000.
The county seat of Henderson County, it has become a popular tourist attraction
with a rich history.
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Druid Hills Historic District
Platted in 1923, the architectural styles of the neighborhood include Craftsman, Tudor Revival, Colonial Revival along with less common styles. Come see the diversity of the area!
Seventh Avenue Depot District
Developed as a commercial district during the late 29th and early 20th century, the majority of the buildings are simple one and two story brick commercial warehouse structure. Come and enjoy the history of Hendersonville!
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historic sights of Hendersonville!
Slice of Hendersonville
Public Art Display
Come see the sculptures of a half of an apple decorated in different themes, thus the name!
Garden Jubilee-Historic Downtown - May
Over 120 vendors, arts, crafts, garden talks and children’s hands on clinic and food!
828-693-9708 or 800-828-4244
Fabulous Fourth Celebration
Crafts, Food, Kids, Music and Fireworks at dusk
Annual NC Apple Festival - September
Street Fair-Arts & Crafts, Entertainment, Children’s Activities, Parade, Food and more.
Bele Chere Festival
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Parks & Recreation
The City of Hendersonville maintains eight public parks, some of which are:
Located on Balfour Road, Berkeley park features a baseball park and a large pavilion.
Located on Highway 25 North (King Street), Boyd Park features include: two tennis courts and a miniature golf course.
Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr. Memorial Park
is located at Fourth Avenue and Grove Street with picnic tables, a walking
path, and a granite memorial of the late Dr. King.
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