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Hot Springs Welcome Center

Hot Springs Tourism Association
PO Box 66 Hot Springs, NC 28743
(828) 622-9932
E-Mail: admin@hotspringsnc.org
Staffing the Hot Springs Welcome Center and website with local and regional information. Hot Springs, North Carolina – A Better State of Mind!
www.hotspringsnc.org

Madison County Visitors Center

56 South Main Street
PO Box 1527
Mars Hill, NC 28754
(828) 680-9031
Toll Free: 1-877-262-3476
e-mail:info@visitmadisoncounty.com
www.visitmadisoncounty.com
Located at the intersection of Highway 213 and Main Street,
1 mile from Hwy. 19-23 exit 11.

Madison County Chamber of Commerce

56 South Main Street
PO Box 1085

Mars Hill, NC 28754
(828) 689-9351
e-mail: info@madisoncounty-nc.com
www.madisoncounty-nc.com
Information Office located at Visitors Center

Marshall Information

Town Hall
42 N. Main St.
Marshall, NC 28753
(828) 649-3031
www.DowntownMarshallNC.com

Mars Hill Information

Madison County Visitors Center
(828) 680-9031
www.visitmadisoncounty.com

Town of Marshall

www.townofmarshall.org

Other News

Opportunities for Manufacturing, Hospitality and Tourism

There are now some great opportunities for Advanced Manufacturing and Hospitality and Tourism via recent grants awarded to the Mountain Area Workforce Development Board. These grants can assist you with finding interns and trai ...more

New Theatre at Mars Hill University Opens With Cinderella

When the play "Cinderella" opens on Thursday, it will be the premiere performance in Mars Hill University's new Thomas Black Box Theatre. The black box theatre is in Day Hall, which opened last fall, providing classroom and ...more

Exhibits at Weizenblatt Gallery through March 2017

Mars Hill University's Weizenblatt Gallery will host two exhibits from February 13 through March 10, 2017. One features the textile art of Laura Ball and clay art of Bill Dale; the other features altered photography by Lydi ...more

The Fight for Bluff, Exhibit at MHU

An exhibit called "The Fight for Bluff: A Community's Effort to Preserve Its Mountain" is on display in Mars Hill University's Liston B. Ramsey Center for Regional Studies. The exhibit looks at the history behind the propos ...more