Planning Your Bliss:
April 2017

Planning Your Bliss: April

As we welcome spring and all her glories, enjoy the various landscapes throughout the country by traveling to these must-see events.

Planning Your Bliss: April
Art & Culture
Designed for Drama: Fashion from the Classics
The Biltmore hosts its new exhibition through July 4, 2017. This event was curated as a result of George Vanderbilt’s love of literature. More than forty award-winning costumes from films based on his favorite books will be on display. The garments are from Anna Karenina, The Portrait of a Lady, and Finding Neverland. Tickets can be purchased on the Biltmore website.

Planning Your Bliss: April

Garden-Inspired
Cheekwood in Bloom
Nashville’s Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art hosts its notable event from March 18­–April 23, 2017. More than one hundred thousand tulips bloom each spring, showing off the bright, bucolic scenery. Each weekend will feature activities for the whole family.

Planning Your Bliss: April

Weekend Away
Seattle, Washington
April is Edible City Month in the Emerald City. The Museum of History & Industry is presenting Edible City: A Delicious Journey through September 10, 2017. At 520 feet off the ground, the Space Needle’s Observation Deck is an unforgettable way to experience the city’s skyline; the SkyCity restaurant offers an unparalleled panoramic view. For the ultimate in luxury, find comfort at the Fairmont Olympic Hotel, which boasts two restaurants: The Georgian and Shuckers. One of the best fine dining experiences in Seattle can be found at Canlis, or, for a quintessential afternoon tea, the Queen Mary Tea Room offers an inviting Victorian experience.

Text Nicole Caston

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