HENDERSONVILLE'S VISITOR CENTER CELEBRATES 30 YEARS!

ON SOUTH MAIN STREET   

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The Visitor Center Celebrates 30 Years!

Hendersonville, NC - It is hard to believe that the Visitor Center is turning 30 years old in October. It all began 1987, when the Henderson County Commissioners recognized the importance of tourism to the local economy, and established a Travel and Tourism Committee. The Visitor Center started in a shared space in the Chamber of Commerce’s building on King Street before moving to the small gray house at 739 North Main Street in the early 1990s. The Travel and Tourism Committee purchased the current location from Wachovia Bank, at 201 South Main Street, in 1994.

The Henderson County TDA is hosting an Open House on Thursday, October 5 from 4-7pm at the Visitor Center, South Main Street, to celebrate our 30 years. The public is invited to drop by to meet the staff and volunteers. Help the TDA ring in the next 30 years!