Biltmore Blooms 2024

Come witness the colorful progress of spring with a visit to Asheville and the annual celebration of flowers at Biltmore Blooms 2024. This year’s event is enhanced by the simultaneous opening of the stunning new Chihuly exhibit on March 25th, 2024.

Is there any season more welcome than spring? All seasons have their appeal but, after a long, cold, dark winter, nothing is an energizing as the sight of new green leaf buds, bright blossoms, and the lilting sound of birdsong. If you agree, then Biltmore Blooms is for you.

A visit to the Biltmore Estate is always rewarding but, if you haven’t seen it under spring’s colorful spell, you’re missing out. Legendary landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted’s design for the grounds accentuates the plantings for maximum visual impact. An effect that is especially obvious and lovely in spring.

Biltmore Blooms 2024

This year’s Biltmore Blooms event runs from March 25th through May 23, 2024. The annual, ticketed event, sees more than 100,000 flowers come to life all across the estate grounds.

daffodils at Biltmore

Daffodils, always bright and merry, kick off the show, followed shortly thereafter by tulips, then azalea, rhododendron, roses, orchids, and many others as the weeks pass. Spring at Biltmore is an ever-changing, eye-opening show of beautiful, natural color all across the estate as the season progresses.

Visit and explore acres of colorful, fragrant gardens with a self-guided tour. Biltmore grounds include acres of colorful gardens, an orchid-packed conservatory, and 22 miles of hiking trails along the French Broad River.

Learn more and follow spring’s progress across the estate with the 2024 Biltmore Bloom Report.

Chihuly at Biltmore

Spring blossoms are not the only reason to visit Biltmore, not by a long shot. You can also tour the stunning Biltmore House, enjoy cooking demonstrations, wine tastings, tours and classes at the Winery, explore the shops at Antler Hill Village, and so much more.

Biltmore also hosts fascinating exhibitions of one kind or another and spring 2024 is no exception with Chihuly at Biltmore.

Chihuly at Biltmore

Dale Chihuly is a world renowned glass artist, famous for his large and vibrantly colored, organic glass creations. His works were featured at Biltmore once before, in 2018, and to great acclaim. This chance to once again experience his captivating work in a setting as magnificent as Biltmore is truly exciting.

The Chihuly at Biltmore exhibition at Amherst at Deerpark, is scheduled for March 25th, 2024 through January 5th, 2025. Guests will enjoy Chihuly pedestal works, drawings, and a variety of large-scale installations.

Learn more and reserve your Chihuly at Biltmore tickets at

Spring Colors In Asheville

Biltmore isn’t the only place you can enjoy spring colors in Asheville. Though the views along the Blue Ridge Parkway may not be manicured like Biltmore’s, they’re just as breathtaking, if not more so.

Spring is also a great time to explore the area around our Asheville bed and breakfast, Bent Creek Lodge! We’re nestled in the forest, right off the Blue Ridge Parkway. Enjoy the views of our B&B’s landscaped grounds from the comfortable vantage of or spacious decks and porches. Take a stroll along the Lodge trail past native perennials, down to the creek, and our fire circle.

Blue Ridge Parkway in spring

From there, there are trails leading off to the Blue Ridge Parkway, the Mountains to Sea Trail, and our neighbor, the North Carolina Arboretum. Did I mention we’re also just a 15 minute drive from Biltmore Estate!

So go ahead, pack your winter worries away and come to Asheville for a big lungful of fresh, spring air. Spend your days taking in Biltmore Blooms and other Asheville attractions, then it’s just minutes to your room and the many welcoming amenities of Bent Creek Lodge. The perfect spring getaway!

Get more Biltmore Blooms information and tickets on the Biltmore website. You can also visit Biltmore on Facebook.