The charming Western North Carolina town of Hendersonville is ready to welcome you Home for the Holidays.  From early-November through New Years, Hendersonville will welcome visitors with warm hospitality and a variety of holiday events.  In addition to small-town traditions and good cheer, the area abounds with holiday activities such as the drive-thru lights shows, crafts shows, holiday shopping, tours, wagon ridges, Peppermint Bear Scavenger Hunt, and many other events for the whole family.

The quaint stores along Main Street are decked out with Christmas decorations for the season. Large wreaths with big red bows hang from streetlights, along with twinkling lights and decorations in the planters that line the serpentine street.

Many restaurants in the greater Hendersonville area offer festive seasonal menus during the holidays. The 2020 Holiday Dining Guide list restaurants open on Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas, New Year’s Eve, and New Year’s Day.  Be sure to make reservations to eat in or takeout!

Hendersonville, North Carolina:  Located just 22 miles south of Asheville in the Blue Ridge Mountains, Hendersonville offers southern hospitality and big mountain adventure.  With a picturesque downtown, acres of trails to explore, and historic sites and museums, there’s something for everyone to discover.

Check the calendar of events for dates, times, and locations of each event.

In accordance with state mandates, events may be limiting crowd sizes to practice social distancing. Information is subject to change, it is best to call before heading out to an event or attractions for their guidelines.