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Biltmore Estate

1 Lodge Street, Asheville, NC 28803-2662
+1 828-225-1333
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George Vanderbilt's historic country estate in Asheville, NC; Biltmore includes Biltmore House--America's largest home--plus gardens, winery, Antler Hill Village, historic farm, 4-star Inn on Biltmore Estate, shops, restaurants, branded products, and outdoor adventures. This National Historic Landmark is an amazing destination offering a wide range of activities for all ages.
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  • Very good17%
  • Average4%
  • Poor1%
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“audio tour” (2,638 reviews)
“downton abbey” (387 reviews)
“antler village” (675 reviews)
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1 Lodge Street, Asheville, NC 28803-2662
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+1 828-225-1333
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Reviewed yesterday

I guess because most people visit the Biltmore to see the incredible architecture and its unique furnishings, they don't mind being herded like cattle through the rooms, knocking into groups of people, trying to see over the audiotape listeners standing four-deep in front of the...More

Thank Gjr47
Reviewed 2 days ago

Be sure to add Upstairs/Downstairs tour for guided perspective of running the estate from a servant's perspective. Then take self-guided tour with recorded GPS narration.Take a nice long hike around the gardens, and top it off with Candlelight Christmas. Wonderfully run operation.

Thank Florida633
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This is a must see if you are visiting in Asheville. I personally recommend late Spring, so that the gardens in all their splendor can be taken in or December when all of the Christmas decorating is done. The history behind this estate is fascinating....More

Thank Ohtotravelforever
Reviewed 2 days ago

I had been to Biltmore twice before, once over 30 years ago, again about 16 years and I always said I had to see it decorated for Christmas. The tours keep getting better as does the Biltmore home and grounds. The addition of accommodations, shopping...More

Thank LEIGH-ANN52
Reviewed 2 days ago

I have been to the Biltmore twice. Both visits have been in the fall. The Christmas decorations were pretty, but not sure I would be willing to put up with the crowds for that. We took the 9:00 am tour, and glad we did! If...More

Thank kokomo27
Reviewed 3 days ago

My husband and I visited the Biltmore Estate during a recent vacation trip and were really looking forward to it, based on feedback I had gotten from friends and based on his desire to see the architecture of the home. This ended up being our...More

Thank elarbol
Reviewed 3 days ago

I just happened to be in the area. Therefore, I went to take a look. I have visited Mount Vernon and Nemoirs in Delaware, and I have visited Winterthur as well. Plus, I have been to the Hillwood Mansion in Washington D.C. I have seen...More

Thank JohnBCowgill
Reviewed 3 days ago

Have been thru more European castles than I can count and this one ranks right up there with the best of them! We went twice: one evening entry for Christmas at the Biltmore, followed by a daytime visit the very next day and highly recommend...More

Thank hellmbeck
Reviewed 3 days ago

After years of waiting, my husband and I visited this week. Arriving at 10am, it was very congested going from room to room. Highly recommend the audio tour. Many great places for lunch with excellent food and service. We also did the basic segway tour...More

Thank vic142
Reviewed 3 days ago

The home itself is beautiful (be sure to get the headphones), the grounds are pristine, the shopping is fun and the wine was lovely. Plan to spend the entire day. There is plenty to do. Definitely bring your walking shoes. In fact we wished we...More

Thank Mary B
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LRR2222
14 November 2017|
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Response from Sharon H | Reviewed this property |
It is best to take the hotel bus. It drops you off in front of the house and will also take you right to the winery
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LRR2222
14 November 2017|
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Response from jdbengst | Reviewed this property |
You have to drive to the winery/village. If you visit the house and gardens first, just follow the signs for exiting and follow the signage.
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Laurel Y
14 November 2017|
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Response from Paul E | Reviewed this property |
We toured in late April, when the weather was sunny and warm, which meant we ate in the courtyard. However, there was little shade and it was too exposed. The same would apply during winter temperatures. On the day we... More
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