Now that Spring is here Asheville really starts to take the spotlight by offering so many events and things to do. You are certainly never bored here in the warmer months! Here are some of the most anticipated events coming soon!
- Biltmore Blooms April 1st 1 Lodge St, Asheville NC 9 am to 5 pm
This is not to be missed! The Biltmore Blooms is such a spectacular way to welcome spring as you are surrounded by the beauty of over 100,000 tulips, azaleas, daffodils and fragrant roses. These garden displays come alive with color! Tickets are free with price of Biltmore admission.
- Wild Food Foraging Experience April 6th Omni Grove Park Inn 290 Macon Ave, Asheville NC 28804 $40 4 pm to 5:30 pm
Ready to go WILD? Try this unique experience by taking a trip “off the eaten path” by learning how to safely identify edible plants and mushrooms. Later you can see the very plants and mushrooms you learned about on your dinner plate!
- World Equestrian Game Test Event April 5th – April 8th Tyron, NC
Attend this world class testing competition as you watch the highest level of competitive horses jump and vault at the Grand Prix.
- Block House Steeplechase April 14th Tyron, NC
This is a fantastic way to usher in Spring in a classically southern way! Slip away to another time with sundresses and fancy hats, picnics and tailgating and the sounds of thoroughbreds thundering past you for the longest standing steeplechase in NC.
- Earth Day at Chimney Rock April 14th 431 Main St. 11am-3pm
Join Chimney Rock State Park Rangers, biologists and other environmental educators at this FREE event to learn about the great work being done to protect our beautiful landscape. Booths will be located in Chimney Rock Village behind the Old Rock Café.
- Weaverville Art Safari April 28th – April 29th FREE
Meander through the scenic mountain valleys to visit 50+ artists in their studios and galleries. Get the tour map and drive country roads to visit as many of the studios as you want. It’s a completely self-guided, make-your-own-agenda event in the towns of Weaverville and Barnardsville, along with the surrounding rural areas. There’s no admission fee.