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Dillsboro has been a tourist town since the late 19th century when the railroad first brought visitors to the “land of the sky” to escape the summer heat. More than a century later, Dillsboro has changed very little — a small country village with pristine white houses, rustic old shops, galleries, restaurants and quaint country inns. The founder, Thomas Dills’ home still stands, as do many of the shops that first opened their doors in the 1800s.

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Lights & Luminaries

December 4, 5, 11, 12

5 pm - 9 pm.

 

Show your love for small businesses.

 

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DETOUR INFORMATION

Due to the construction of a new bridge on US23-Business between Dillsboro and Sylva, there is a short detour. Until the construction is completed next Spring, here is an alternate route to your favorite shops, restaurants, lodging, rafting and brewery.


IMage of the Smoky Mountains.Planning a Smoky Mountain vacation? There’s no better place to stay than Dillsboro, North Carolina, a picture-book country town on the banks of the Tuckaseigee River.

      Dillsboro’s central location is just minutes away from Western North Carolina’s premier attractions and activities — the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the Cherokee Indian Reservation, the Nantahala River and the South’s most scenic mountains, rivers and waterfalls. In fact, right in town you can fish, kayak, walk the greenway, or just sit in the park and watch the water go by.

Small map of North Carolina.      A visit to Dillsboro is like stepping back in time. Its five square blocks of century-old stores, restaurants, galleries and inns are a nostalgic reminder of small town America, the way our grandparents knew it. Dillsboro has an interesting array of mom-and-pop businesses specializing in delightful merchandise.

      The way to experience Dillsboro is on foot, strolling from shop to shop. Along the way, you may wander into an artisan’s studio to watch the creation of one-of-a-kind, hand-made works of fibers, clay, glass, metal or precious gems.

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P.O Box 634
Dillsboro, NC 28725

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