A long-time spring tradition, Biltmore Blooms celebrates Biltmore’s historic gardens and grounds and the return of warm weather, featuring a progression of thousands of spring flowers growing across the property. Starting with daffodils, followed by the tulips, wisteria, azaleas, rhododendron, and roses, the estate offers something new on a near-daily basis. Biltmore Blooms honors the genius of landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, and his vision for George Vanderbilt’s western North Carolina home.

Easter activities on the estate on March 30 and 31 will feature an Easter Scavenger Hunt.