The leaves of Virginia creeper vines are green during the summertime but change their color in fall. Their fall color is very attractive and would be the prime benefit to having the vines in one's landscaping. Sometimes, the fall color is red; other times, it's more of a burgundy.
Virginia creeper vines are native to eastern North America. But for those of you who live in that region (as I do), don't be lulled into a false sense of security by the term "native." These are very aggressive plants, and you would need to stay ahead of them (curtailing their spread), lest they take over large sections of your landscaping. They almost certainly would not be suitable for small yards.