The Biltmore Estate

Historic Site, Vineyard, and Garden
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    "You'll get great exercise exploring this grand estate."(11 Tips)
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    "Audio tour is free with house tour ticket this time of the year."(21 Tips)
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    "The cinnamon bin at the stable cafe is a nice treat after the tour!"(4 Tips)
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  • Meghan M.
    Meghan McGee5 days ago
    Tickets are expensive so probably not worth it unless you spend the day there.
  • Ben G.
    Ben Gasparini2 weeks ago
    Beautiful place to spend the day exploring. They have a winery and garden as well!
  • Toon L.
    Toon LouagieJanuary 12
    Beautiful estate, great wine and stunning gardens. Price of entry is expensive though.
  • Kevin D.
    Kevin DudleyOctober 13, 2016
    Get the big bottle of water at the side, beverage only window at the ice cream stand.
  • Kristin
    KristinAugust 27, 2016
    Been here 5+ times
    Take the rooftop tour. Amazing views of the property and you get to see the original architectural model of the house.
  • Arlene M.
    Arlene MartinAugust 11, 2016
    Always love visiting the Biltmore Estate! There are 2 hotels on the property,restaurants,winery, shopping area,so many outdoor activities! It's great for family weekends & holidays are wonderful.
  • Hyun-Ae K.
    Hyun-Ae KuhJuly 4, 2016
    Get a taste of the South & farm-to-table cuisine at the lovely Deerpark Restaurant only open wknds. Sat. lunch buffet will get you the most bang for ur buck- it's 1/2 as cheap as Sun. brunch. 9&< free
  • Hyun-Ae K.
    Hyun-Ae KuhJuly 4, 2016
    You could easily pretend you're visiting Darcy's estate from J. Austen's "Pride & Prejudice" in England though the manor is French-inspired. The gardens, of English tradition, are a pure delight!
  • Alexander P.
    Alexander PinedaMay 28, 2016
  • ABdul W.
    ABdul WailMay 27, 2016
    The park is nice with bicycles. Bring your own food and make a picnic.
  • wayne w.
    wayne websterMay 15, 2016
    Amaizing place, need a full day to apretiate all ot has to offer
  • Sal S.
    Sal ScaliaMarch 29, 2016
    Come during cooler months because you will walk 6 to 8 miles if you tour the mansion and gardens. Photography is allowed but only with no flash. Wine tasting is included with your mansion tour ticket.
  • Lizzie B.
    Lizzie BordenFebruary 11, 2016
    Beautiful American castle
  • Greg L.
    Greg LovejoyFebruary 5, 2016
    Tours be sure to look at all of them not just the house
  • Alix R.
    Alix RecordFebruary 5, 2016
    You could easily do two days here. Make sure to come early and get ready to walk a lot. It's fun and beautiful.
  • Ben V.
    Ben VJanuary 10, 2016
    Enjoy the estate, but don't miss the Village outside of the gates. Delicious bakeries, unique stores, and eclectic selections.
  • Chu C.
    Chu ChuJanuary 5, 2016
    You HAVE to go. Every part and every season of this place is sooooo beautiful.
  • Cami W.
    Cami WrightJanuary 4, 2016
    beautiful estate with very friendly staff
  • Christian K.
    Christian KuehneJanuary 3, 2016
    Get the audio your it makes it much better. Was very pretty during Christmas time with all the lights
  • Norman W.
    Norman WillissonDecember 31, 2015
    Awesome insight into how people used to live.
  • Cicely L.
    Cicely LDecember 29, 2015
    So much fun! First time visiting at Christmas and it did not disappoint. Absolutely beautiful. Favorite room was the breakfast room.
  • Jim W.
    Jim WhiteDecember 29, 2015
    Purchase the audio tour or basement/roof tour.
  • Brandon 🍣🍶☕️
    Brandon 🍣🍶☕️December 27, 2015
    Should you go to the wine tasting?? Yes.
  • Jessica C.
    Jessica ChhemDecember 23, 2015
    Everything is beautiful an breathtaking. Truly ahead of its time.
  • David H.
    David HeiserDecember 20, 2015
    An amazing accomplishment of architecture. Basically America's Versailles.
  • Rich
    RichDecember 16, 2015
    If you enjoy the house and can go back again within a year. Get a season pass. It will be well worth it.
  • Devin B.
    Devin BrownDecember 11, 2015
    Amazing decor in the house and grounds are stunning
  • Emily F.
    Emily FlemingDecember 8, 2015
    Fantastic! I've seen it on the off season, but the decorations for the Holidays is breathtaking. A definite A+++
  • Brad F.
    Brad FNovember 22, 2015
    The Best House in North Carolina
  • Alex R.
    Alex RavenelNovember 15, 2015
    Get the audio tour if you want to know any of the background to the gorgeous rooms.
  • Grayson S.
    Grayson ShulerOctober 11, 2015
    Very crowded, but a unique sight to behold.
  • David H.
    David HosmerSeptember 15, 2015
    Do the audio tour. Completely worth it and way more info than the brochure. About 2 hours. Also make sure to go to the beautiful gardens down the hill to the left of the estate.
  • Jennifer F.
    Jennifer FosterSeptember 7, 2015
    Beautiful!!! I was in awe. Very interesting and fun place to explore :)
  • Anthony D.
    Anthony DuranAugust 11, 2015
    The front lawn, the gardens, the trails, the farm animals and the wine! Ask for Jennifer as your Somme, she's the coolest! And Amber does a great job with the animals!
  • Mary Catherine J.
    Mary Catherine JamesAugust 4, 2015
    Lovely! Need more than one day there!
  • Lisa S.
    Lisa SchneiderJuly 28, 2015
    It's one of the most beautiful places in our country! It's so much better for couples, can be romantic. If you can, leave the kids at home 😉
  • Julia V.
    Julia Van LakeJuly 19, 2015
    Everything is so amazing! It can get a little hot in there during the summer. You will be walking sooo much. Also, photography is not allowed in the house
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  • barbee
    barbeeJuly 17, 2015
    Stunning! Take a tour!
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  • Kevin D.
    Kevin DeckerJune 3, 2015
    The season pass is so worth it!
  • Kenny B C.
    Kenny B CableApril 30, 2015
    Love the Estate must taste the wine!
  • Chastyn M.
    Chastyn MintonApril 11, 2015
    For a history nerd like me it was AMAZING.
  • Shawn R.
    Shawn RamseyApril 9, 2015
    This place is amazing... You need a MINIMUM of 2 days to fully appreciate it!
  • Amrit P.
    Amrit Plaha ChavadaFebruary 8, 2015
    Great idea for a day trip from Charlotte. Even in winter the place was scenic!
  • Kingsley Y.
    Kingsley YoungerJanuary 15, 2015
    They do farm to dining at their (at least) five restaurants at this estate that is opened to the public. Try the lamb salad with grilled plums as featured on Chuck's Eat the Streets.
  • Kingsley Y.
    Kingsley YoungerJanuary 15, 2015
    Biltmore Estate was home to the biggest house when it was built many years ago in 1966. It had boasts one of the first experiments on sustainable agriculture.
  • Marlene N.
    Marlene NathansJanuary 1, 2015
    Take the audio tour. Learn so much more. Good reference for season 4 of Downton Abbey
  • Christina C.
    Christina ChinDecember 21, 2014
    You need more than a day to check this place out, but its beautiful, especially during xmas when all rooms are decked out
    Food, the experience, and 250 rooms preserved forever!
  • Martin J.
    Martin JoyceOctober 24, 2014
    Tour US largest house
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