If you are looking for a spot to view the spectacular changing leaf colors, Biltmore Estate’s 8,000 acres has some of the oldest and most beautiful trees. Follow along on one of the many hiking, biking, and equestrian trails or take a ride on a horse drawn carriage to enjoy the stunning vistas.
In the fall the Biltmore’s Walled Garden is ablaze with the vivid colors of thousands of chrysanthemums. As a tribute to the Tiffany display taking place at Biltmore, this year the pattern beds are laid out in the shape of dragonflies, with each bed containing more than 10,000 plants.
Fall is also harvest time for the Biltmore Winery. Visitors can see the wine making process, take part in the grape stomping taking place during Harvest Home Celebration, or learn more about the wines made here by joining in one of the Winery’s seminars.
Dining at Biltmore in the fall brings its own special pleasures. Menus reflect the bounty of the season with ingredients gathered from Biltmore’s own kitchen garden and local farms.
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