Completed in 1895, George Vanderbilt’s 250-room chateau is as impressive today as it was more than a century ago. Biltmore House is truly a wonder of architecture and hospitality. Enjoy a self-guided tour of the house, as well as the 8,000 acre backyard of beautiful gardens and grounds surrounding it, designed by renowned landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted. It is truly a magnificent site!
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Amazing place to visit. Highly recommend a visit there in the Spring and at Christmas. You almost need 2 days to do the house and the grounds.
All we can say is amazing!! It just made us all think what it must of been like..so fascinating.wish we could see entire castle.it is history in a remarkable way.
The Biltmore is a beautiful estate. They offer a headset tour to learn all about the history. I really enjoyed it this Asheville experience. Afterwards, make sure to check out the winery onsite as they offer some really great wine.
We've seen Biltmore several times before but it amazes and awes every time! The tour is first class. We even loved the photo they took of us and bought it too. Usually those photos are too cheesy.
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Will I need to print my E-ticket for entry to the Biltmore Estate?
Yes. For the Biltmore Day Pass, your E-ticket is your Biltmore Day Pass ticket. You will receive one page per ticket purchased with bar codes to present at the gate for entry. For the Candlelight Christmas Evening admission, you will exchange your E-ticket for admission at the Group Sales Office on the right as you enter the gates.
How long does it take to tour Biltmore Estate?
Allow yourself a full day to experience all that Biltmore has to offer. Guests are amazed at the size of the estate and you’ll want to give yourself enough time to see the House, Gardens and Antler Hill Village.