Arts AVL, a local arts organization, has launched a new free trolley service in partnership with Gray Line Asheville. The service, which debuted on the second Saturday of the month, aims to promote arts and culture in the North Carolina community.
The trolley service, which runs from 11 am to 4 pm, transports riders to various galleries and arts destinations in the River Arts District (RAD). The first day of operation was deemed a great success, with many riders taking advantage of the free service to explore the vibrant arts scene in Asheville.
Arts AVL has been working to promote the arts in the region since its founding in 2016. The organization’s mission is to connect artists, arts organizations, and audiences through innovative initiatives and partnerships.
The new trolley service is just one of many ways that Arts AVL is fulfilling its mission. By partnering with Gray Line Asheville, the organization is able to provide a convenient and accessible way for people to experience the arts in the area.
The RAD, where the trolley service operates, is a thriving arts district in Asheville with numerous galleries, studios, and shops. With the free trolley service, locals and visitors alike can explore the district’s offerings and discover new artists and artworks.
The success of the first day of operation bodes well for the future of the trolley service and the continued promotion of arts and culture in Asheville. Arts AVL and Gray Line Asheville are excited to continue their partnership and provide an innovative way for people to experience the vibrant arts scene in the area.