ASHEVILLE — The Biltmore Estate has re-envisioned its iconic Easter Egg hunt this year as a photographic scavenger hunt running April 1-4.
Discover 25 giant beautifully decorated giant Easter eggs in the gardens and in Biltmore House and snap photos with each egg. The new take on an estate tradition will be held on four different days to allow for social distance.
After the egg hunt around the house and grounds, families can head to Antler Hill Village to get a treat bag — which includes a special commemorative egg. Treat bags will be distributed from 11 a.m.–3 p.m. each day of the event.
The regular admission cost of visiting the Biltmore Estate applies to families doing the Easter egg scavenger hunt. www.biltmore.com.