Spring at the Biltmore

Written by: Laura Maher

Biltmore in Bloom
Our beloved Biltmore Estates is blooming! Immerse yourself in the colorful blooms that transform their world-renowned gardens and landscape. The Biltmore Estate Gardens is included in the top ten botanical gardens of the world by Travel & Leisure and are a sight to behold. Biltmore's 8,000 acres are comprised of six formal and informal gardens. Enjoy a walk along the French Broad River, through lush green forests, or the open meadows of Deer Park. March usually offers spring’s first pops of color.  The Azalea Garden is showing signs of early spring color. And as days continue to get warmer, we will see the gardens change almost weekly. The tulips and daffodils in the pattern beds are a few inches tall now and appear to be well on their way to a beautiful April bloom.

Chihuly at Biltmore
For more than a half-century, Chihuly has created with a variety of media, including glass, utilizing light, space, and form. Acclaimed for his iconic glass sculptures, Chihuly is also known for ambitious and immersive site-specific public installations and exhibitions in museums and gardens around the world.  Chihuly is again returning to Biltmore Estate  Specially curated for Biltmore, this thrilling new exhibition debuts this spring.