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Biltmore Estate

Biltmore Estate is a historic house museum and tourist attraction in Asheville, North Carolina. Biltmore House, the main residence, is a Châteauesque … See more



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Jan 24, 2023
Beautiful home and complex! We did the candlelight tour, and the Christmas decor was amazing! Well organized and everything ran smoothly. Full review by NorthStar666421
Jan 11, 2023
We loved this place, whent for a whole day with my family and after doing this whole tour we ended up upgradind to their annual pass because we will have to return in order to see more of it, 1 day i… Full review by nicolacO9612BQ
Jan 10, 2023
A historical house set in Asheville is great to see but not a must. The property sits in enormous grounds. Driving to the house is a breath taken view even though we did this trip at the end of Decem… Full review by Erika-Ivan G


Acres of Absolutely Breathtaking Botanical Beauty
Stroll acres of formal and informal gardens designed by America’s foremost landscape architect, Frederick Law Olmsted. From the beauty of the Italian Garden to the breathtaking trees in America’s first managed forest, Biltmore’s lush landscape is a living tribute to Olmsted’s genius. Our horticultural experts continually work to preserve the original vision for the gardens and grounds, including our Rose Garden that features more than 250 varieties.As a century-old model for forest conservation, Biltmore continues to honor Vanderbilt’s legacy of environmental protection.Explore the Grounds for Yourself Hike the grounds of our estate at your own pace with our extensive network of trails. Enjoy a walk along the French Broad River, through lush green forests, or the open meadows of Deer Park. Take a stroll on the 2.5 miles of paths in our manicured gardens. Early AprilDarwin Hybrid Tulip varieties begin blooming in the Walled Garden and Estate Entry. Other estate blooms include early flowering shrubs and trees, forsythia, spirea, magnolia, and flowering cherries.Mid-AprilDarwin Hybrid Tulips are usually at peak in the Walled Garden and Estate Entry. Other estate blooms include spring bulbs, dogwoods, and redbuds.Late AprilSingle late tulips fill the Walled Garden, Estate Entry, and Winery beds, until the last week when poppies, snapdragons, and pansies are planted. Other estate blooms include hybrid azaleas and various flowering shrubs.MayIn bloom are poppies, snapdragons, and pansies in Walled Garden, Estate Entry, and Winery beds. Other estate blooms include native azaleas, and various flowering shrubs.Late May - Late SeptemberSummer annuals fill the Walled Garden, Estate Entry, and Winery beds. Other estate blooms include roses and perennials and lush perennial borders in the Walled Garden, Winery and Antler Hill Village.June - AugustIn addition to summer annuals, other estate blooms include native rhododendron and perennials.Mid-September - OctoberHundreds of vibrant chrysanthemums and salvias fill the Walled Garden, Estate Entry, and Winery beds.Mid-Late OctoberFall foliage colors.

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