There’s always lots to do and see in
Asheville, North Carolina, especially during the Holidays. If you’re looking
for a way to get into the spirit, try attending one of these Holiday
festivities in Asheville with your family.
at Biltmore Estate
The beautiful Biltmore Estate is always a popular attraction, but during the Holidays this historic house is even more magical. Visitors can take in the Holiday spirit with live music and candlelight celebrations. Gorgeous decorations — including over 55 gilded Christmas trees and more than 30,000 lights — add to the warmth. Enjoy Christmas at the Biltmore Estate now through January 4, 2020.
Gingerbread House Competition
Whether or not you’ve ever tried your hand at crafting a Gingerbread House, you’ll respect the many entries at the National Gingerbread House Competition. Each year, dozens of unique and interesting gingerbread house creations go on display at the Omni Grove Park Inn. This Asheville tradition has been going on for almost 30 years, and is a must-see event during the Holidays.
Lights at the North Carolina Arboretum
The Winter Lights at the North Carolina Arboretum is a newer attraction, and a welcome one at that. Visitors will be dazzled by 500,000 energy-efficient LED lights that decorate the gardens, along with a 50-foot animated tree. The Arboretum is one of many places to see Christmas lights on display in Asheville.
If your car needs any maintenance before you head out to one or more of these awesome local events, please stop by Asheville Chevrolet.
Here in Asheville, North Carolina, fall is the most
beautiful time of the year with stunning, evocative colors cascading down the
mountains. In addition to the beautiful scenery, the changing of the seasons is
a perfect time for some fun before winter coats the streets in snow. Here are
some of the best fall events near Asheville.
For the seventh year in a row, CiderFest NC will be raising
money for the Green Built Alliance. At the festival, held October 12th,
you can taste hard cider, mead, and apple wine. There will also be live music,
a kids’ zone, workshops, and local food.
Fall LEAF Festival
Come to Lake Eden in the Blue Ridge Mountains to celebrate the Fall LEAF Festival. Celebrating its 24th year, this event will be held October 17th through the 20th. The LEAF Festival typically attracts crowds of around 12,000 people over the course of the week with its charms and appealing combination of live music, art, adventure, and culinary experiences. Tickets start at $46.
This annual family-friendly Halloween festival is held at the WNC Nature Center. It will be held on October 26th from 10 am to 4 pm, and will include a costume contest, a hay maze, face painting, arts and crafts, and other activities throughout the day. Regular admission applies. Members get in free.
Fall is the perfect time to celebrate with friends and loved
ones, but it’s also a good time to make sure your car is prepared for winter.
If your vehicle is due for any routine maintenance, swing by Asheville
Chevrolet and let our staff get your ride ready for a new season.