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Adjacent to The Omni Grove Park Inn is one of Asheville’s hidden gems. Known today as Grovewood Village, this historic site once housed the weaving and woodworking operations of Biltmore Industries. Now you’ll discover an arts and crafts destination that offers a glimpse into an important part of Asheville’s story.


Shop American-made art and craft at a nationally recognized gallery.


Discover rare and classic beauties of yesteryear at the Antique Car Museum.


See art in its natural habitat, the studio.


Learn about our rich craft heritage on a docent-led history tour.

Get a 60-second glimpse of what Grovewood Village has to offer.

A Local Treasure

On these 11 acres of beautifully maintained grounds is a picturesque environment that radiates old-world charm. Here you’ll discover Grovewood Gallery, working artist studios, the Biltmore Industries Homespun Museum, and Asheville’s only antique car museum. Join us throughout the year for special events, rotating exhibitions, and live craft demonstrations spotlighting local and regional artists.


Handcrafted Haven

Our gallery represents over 350 artists and craftspeople from across the United States. Find your inspiration in our extensive collection of handmade treasures, ranging from distinctive tableware to finely crafted furniture. Every piece showcases the passion, spirit, and genuine craftsmanship that thrives within our community.

About Grovewood Gallery

Our Artist Studios

Grovewood Village is home to 8 working artist studios. Join us for our Bi-Annual Grovewood Village Studio Tour, when our resident artists open up their studios to the public, allowing visitors to gain insight into their creative process and view their most recent works. These tours are free and self-guided and will take place over two weekends in 2024: May 18 & 19 + September 14 & 15.

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Museums of History

We invite you to step back in time and explore our two museums. Located in the heart of Grovewood Village, the Biltmore Industries Homespun Museum traces the history of a force in American craft and textiles founded by Biltmore’s first lady, Edith Vanderbilt, and two inspired teachers. Learn how this little cottage industry (relocated to this site in 1917) grew to become one of the largest producers of handwoven wool in the world – worn by U.S. presidents, first ladies and many American icons.

Our other museum showcases a collection of vintage automobiles dating from the romance-filled days of wooden steering wheels and polished brass headlamps. These antique beauties were owned by local legend Harry D. Blomberg, who purchased Biltmore Industries in 1953 and saved it from going under. After downsizing the business, the Industries’ weaving shed was eventually transformed into a car museum to shelter Harry’s prized collection of vehicles.

Featured Events

Handpainted map of historic Montford in Asheville, NC, by Michael Francis Reagan.
July 13 - September 15, 2024

Michael Francis Reagan: The Last Mapmaker

This summer, Grovewood Gallery will present The Last Mapmaker, a collection of works by Michael Francis Reagan, one of the most accomplished cartographers of the 21st century. This exhibition...

Metalsmith Tom Reardon demonstrating during the Grovewood Village Studio Tour in Asheville, NC.
September 14 - 15, 2024

Grovewood Village Studio Tour

Connect with local artists! The Bi-Annual Grovewood Village Studio Tour will be held on September 14 and 15 from 12 to 5pm. This is a free, self-guided, explore-at-your-own-pace tour....

Exterior sign of Grovewood Gallery in Asheville, NC during Christmas.
December 06 - 07, 2024

Holiday Sip & Shop

This holiday season, give the gift of handmade while supporting American makers. Grovewood Gallery will host its annual Holiday Sip & Shop on December 6-7, from 11 am to...

“Grovewood Village is Asheville’s hidden gem. The grounds are beautiful beneath the shade of mature pine trees, inviting you to pause, take a deep breath, and soak in the views and the historic heritage of Asheville. To miss this is to miss what first made Asheville the ‘Arts and Crafts Capitol of the South.’ ”

— Bruce Johnson, Author of Built For the Ages: A History of the Grove Park Inn