The first night of this Candlelight Autumn celebration is at the Gilded Age Era Biltmore Estate and is a private Candlelight Evening. The second night is a celebration of the pending centennial of America’s next historical era The Roaring 20’s. Come share history and a glass of champagne.
This adventurous itinerary covers 500 miles of the Atlantic Coast from the Outer Banks to Myrtle Beach. It’s filled with photo opportunities of lighthouses, wild horses, seabirds, boat rides and music shows. Also worth mentioning is the many opportunities you will have to enjoy fresh seafood. So grab your spy glass, bring a few friends and enjoy a unique new itinerary that ‘s sure to sell to your group.
This Super Combo features a full day at the Biltmore Estate followed by Dinner and The Candlelight Evening, then two straight nights in Pigeon Forge with wonderful dinners and music shows. You may ask for customization if you want to see different shows.
Lake Lure Inn is one of North Carolina’s landmark hotels. It has hosted many celebrities; F. Scott Fitzgerald, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Emily Post, Calvin Coolidge and Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey during the filming of “Dirty Dancing”.
Named after Charlotte, the Queen of England in 1768, She is now the Queen City of the Racing World. Come explore the track where you will go Behind-the-Scenes, talk with a Pit-Master then ride a lap yourself. There is a dinner in the Speedway Club, visit the Race Shops, the NASCAR Hall of Fame, Richard Petty’s Hometown and so much more.
Be swept away as you tour America’s largest home. It is filled with music, evergreen garland, poinsettias, dozens of Christmas trees and a magnificent 35-foot tall Fraser Fir with lights, ornaments and gifts during the day. But, as day darkens into dusk an enchanted spell falls over the Biltmore House and it is illuminated by candlelight, firelight and twinkling Christmas tree lights; it’s literally glowing with holiday spirit. Tunes from the Banquet Hall’s 1916 Skinner pipe organ and carols from choirs and ensembles fill the halls with festive sounds.
Features the Biltmore Estate, Great Smoky Mountain Railroad, Harrah’s Cherokee Casino, Grove Park Inn, and lunch at Biltmore’s Deerpark Restaurant.