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Book flights to Boone

Boone, situated in North Carolina's Blue Ridge Mountains, is a college town buzzing with outdoor adventures. Home to Appalachian State University, the town offers a youthful energy alongside historical attractions like the Horn in the West drama, reenacting pioneer struggles. Explore Daniel Boone Park's Hickory Ridge Living History Museum for insight into 18th-century life. Outdoor enthusiasts can hike the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway or conquer the Mile High Swinging Bridge at Grandfather Mountain. Boone is ideal for all interests, with art galleries, breweries, and Tweetsie Railroad, a Wild West-themed amusement park, offering something for everyone.

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Airports near Boone

Reach Boone your way. You can easily travel to Boone using any of these 4 airports.

Charlotte Douglas International Airport

Located approximately 100 miles southeast of Boone, Charlotte Douglas International Airport is the closest major airport serving the region. It offers a wide range of domestic and international flights, making it a convenient option for travellers heading to Boone.

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Tri-Cities Regional Airport

Situated around 90 miles northwest of Boone, Tri-Cities Regional Airport serves the Tri-Cities area of Tennessee and Virginia. While not as large as Charlotte Douglas International Airport, it still offers a decent selection of domestic flights and can be a viable option for travellers.

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Asheville Regional Airport

Located approximately 100 miles southwest of Boone, Asheville Regional Airport is another nearby option for travellers. It primarily serves domestic flights but offers connections to major hubs, making it a convenient choice for those looking to reach Boone.

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Piedmont Triad International Airport

Situated around 120 miles east of Boone, Piedmont Triad International Airport serves the Piedmont Triad region of North Carolina. While it is a bit farther away, it offers a good selection of domestic flights and can be a suitable choice for travellers willing to drive a bit longer.

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Things to do in Boone

In a city full of many sights to see, we've picked out our top 3 must-sees:

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Grandfather Mountain

Hike or drive to the peak of Grandfather Mountain for stunning panoramic views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Cross the Mile High Swinging Bridge, one of the highest suspension bridges in the Eastern United States, for an unforgettable experience. Explore the nature museum to learn about the mountain's unique ecosystem and climb the observation tower for even more breathtaking vistas.

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Tweetsie Railroad

Take a fun-filled trip through the North Carolina countryside on a historic steam locomotive. This Wild West-themed amusement park offers a variety of rides, shows, and attractions, including a ghost town, live music, and gold panning. Tweetsie Railroad is a great place for families to enjoy a day of adventure and excitement.

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Hickory Ridge Living History Museum

Step back in time and experience life in an 18th-century Appalachian frontier homestead. Explore the historic log cabins, barns, and outbuildings, and learn about the traditional crafts, skills, and way of life of the early settlers. The museum also features a living history farm with heritage breed animals.