2010, the most famous Federal Road North Carolina celebrates 75th anniversary and to mark the occasion, a new destination Center recently opened next year of the Blue Ridge Parkway celebrates 75 years of road history reason enough, to commemorate the culture and beauty of the Appalachian mountains in Western of North Carolina. The total 755 kilometres long and varied scenic Blue Ridge Parkway connects the National Park Great Smoky Mountains and Shenandoah, Virginia, with 405 kilometers of road through North Carolina lead. This section winds through two national parks and offers guest houses and restaurants as well as countless viewpoints and hiking trails along the way. The whole annual birthday party launched the award-winning singer and songwriter Nanci Griffith on November 14 with a benefit concert at the as well as many other famous musicians performed. In the coming months highlights such as enchanted Eve, a family friendly new year’s Eve Festival with rides, puppeteers and magicians, or the blowing rock Winterfest from follow 28. until 31 January. An attraction of this festival is the polar plunge, which can be daring in the icy cold water jump, to celebrate as the winter. Just in time for the anniversary that recently opened $9.8 million more expensive Blue Ridge Parkway destination Center near Asheville.
Among various exhibits, visitor center houses an auditorium comprehensive 70 seats, which is suitable for bigger groups and specifically for film screenings. The exhibitions should emphasise in particular the natural and cultural diversity of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Visitors to the Centre can purchase the Blue Ridge card, providing numerous benefits. The card can be requested for two, three or five calendar days and provides for the desired period free 29 participating attractions along the route. These include Rock Park and the Cherokee Museum including the chimney.