The Biltmore Estate

Historic Site, Vineyard, and Garden
Asheville
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    "You'll get great exercise exploring this grand estate."(12 Tips)
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    "Audio tour is free with house tour ticket this time of the year."(23 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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  • Kaitlyn S.
    Make sure you have plenty of time to do the wine tasting!
  • Heather L.
    Heather LaubeAugust 18
    Leave yourself time to walk in the gardens and around the estate. Beautiful.
  • jiresell
    jiresellAugust 9
    The most amazing thing to discover at the logistics they had to go through to build this place!
  • Tom G.
    Get there early. Crowds start around 10:00 and house is not air conditioned. Pack a lunch because you could be there all day with so many things to see and do.
  • Ian B.
    The audio tour is well worth it!! They basically hand you a banana phone to listen to as you walk around. Concise & interesting the whole way.
  • Sabrina A.
    Its completely possible to carry your stroller down to the basement
  • Sabrina A.
    If you want to save a little bit of money, get one audio tour and have one person designated as the "tour guide". The house is stroller friendly, with stroller parking & an elevator
  • Liz T.
    Liz TanMay 11
    Really wonderful place to wander around. It can get crowded, so be prepared to be patient. Also note the time on your ticket because we didn't and ended up having to wait 1hr before entry.
  • Misty D.
    Misty DoaneApril 19
    If you are a beer conesieur, stop in the pub. The 🍺 is great! Beautiful greenhouse filled with every plant! The house was stunning!
  • Meghan M.
    Meghan McGeeMarch 20
    Tickets are expensive so probably not worth it unless you spend the day there.
  • Ben G.
    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
    Everything
  • 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
  • barbee
    barbeeJuly 17, 2015
    Stunning! Take a tour!
  • BRANDON M.
    BRANDON MEADOWSJuly 9, 2015
    Free WiFi for "The Biltmore Estate" ~ via WiFi Sherlock for Android Read more
  • 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
  • MTNHIGHADVENTURES M.
    Food, the experience, and 250 rooms preserved forever!
  • Martin J.
    Martin JoyceOctober 24, 2014
    Tour US largest house
  • Martin J.
    Martin JoyceOctober 24, 2014
    Dinner & concert next to winery.
  • Amanda O.
    Amanda OgdenOctober 13, 2014
    perfect tour with someone you like :)
  • Sonja T.
    Sonja Thomas GreeneOctober 10, 2014
    Wonderful day!
  • gene g.
    gene garzaOctober 4, 2014
    Checking it out.
  • Chelsea S.
    Chelsea SanzSeptember 19, 2014
    This place is spectacular. A true foodie heaven! Check out this article about their full food history and current offerings: http://www.katom.com/blog/biltmore-estate-raising-culinary-bar-since-1895/
  • Bonnie C.
    Bonnie CarpenterSeptember 6, 2014
    Make sure to stop and eat at the restaurant where they converted the stables into booths.
  • This Is My South
    This Is My SouthSeptember 6, 2014
    Splurge on a tour of the house, which includes the grounds, winery and Antler Village. Tastings at the winery are free with entry. Buy tickets in advance to avoid a line. Read more
  • TV Food Maps
    TV Food MapsAugust 26, 2014
    Check out Biltmore Estate as seen on Rachael Ray - $40 a Day Read more
  • John P.
    John PertewAugust 21, 2014
    Coffee and ice cream excellent, Mochaccino double espresso and lemon ice very nice :)
  • John P.
    John PertewAugust 21, 2014
    Amazing 5 stars!
  • Erin K.
    Erin KingAugust 10, 2014
    Want to drive on the property without paying $59 each for the estate tour? You can't. But you can stop at their gift shop on the way out.
  • Mitchell C.
    Mitchell CurrinAugust 9, 2014
    Go when the Christmas decorations are up.
  • Angela T.
    Angela TrumbaturiJuly 23, 2014
    Do the audio tour. WELL worth the $10 extra bucks. Filled with stories you won't hear otherwise.
  • Jess ⚓
    Jess ⚓July 8, 2014
    Buy tix online 7+ days in advance to save $$.
  • Jon S.
    Jon SJune 27, 2014
    Get the audio. The work with headsets
  • Raymond F.
    Raymond FrostJune 7, 2014
    Take the tour it is worth the money, also go take a stroll through the gardens they are spectacular. Largest home in America does not disappoint with over 200 rooms
  • John H.
    John HaldaneMay 24, 2014
    Very expensive but a fascinating place to visit at least once in your life.
  • Joe Y.
    Joe Y.May 22, 2014
    Great self guided tour of house and grounds. Get here early to avoid large crowds and bottlenecks on the tour!
  • Jordan C.
    Jordan CheekApril 22, 2014
    Upgrade to a 12 month pass, Great Discounts! Also check out the bonus tours! Architects tour takes you on the roof, Friends & Family Tour is great to learn new stories!
  • Amanda M.
    Amanda MoralezApril 15, 2014
    Be prepared for lots of walking, but it is certainly a sight worth seeing!
  • Valerie M.
    Family heritage. https://foursquare.com/v/the-biltmore-estate/4b07f3b6f964a5207d0123e3/photos
  • David R.
    David RitcheyApril 12, 2014
    Love the Gardens. May will be the best time to come.
  • Jamie R.
    Jamie RefenesApril 4, 2014
    Been here 10+ times
    Make sure you visit the farmyard at Antler Hill Village for baby animals!!
  • Sally B.
    Sally BracewellMarch 20, 2014
    Definitely take the audio tour. Worth it and the info your learn is amazing.
  • Tammy W.
    Tammy WilliamsMarch 1, 2014
    Awesome & staff is wonderful
  • Michelle C.
    Michelle CristFebruary 25, 2014
    Loved it, the staff was excellent. Took the audio tour, but it was so nice to be able to talk to the ladies in the rooms and get more information, if I were interested.
  • Madelyn T.
    Madelyn TysonFebruary 22, 2014
    We love to bring our dog and hike on the trails. Don't miss the winery.
  • Sheri
    SheriFebruary 21, 2014
    Loves it!! Busy days make for super long tour of the house especially if people do the audio tours!
  • Maria U.
    Maria UchidaJanuary 28, 2014
    Going on a snowy Tuesday was a brilliant idea. We were only two of 263 people on the estate- felt like we had the whole house to ourselves! Would definitely recommend going on a low volume day!
  • Julie R.
    Julie RamirezJanuary 19, 2014
    It will take several days to enjoy everything Biltmore has to offer. We really enjoyed ourselves!
  • Kathryn T.
    Kathryn TurnerDecember 31, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Legacy of the Land tour and Architect tour are my favorites. For outdoor activities? I love the archery ( rarely available) and segway tour
  • Mark S.
    Mark SimmonsDecember 31, 2013
    Make sure to go in the daytime to see the amazing view
  • LA Lynn's
    LA Lynn'sDecember 30, 2013
    Simply Beautiful... took us 2hrs to view the entire house.
  • Delilah P.
    Delilah PearceDecember 29, 2013
    Amazing!!!!! A must see and many places to shop & everyone is so nice!
  • Jason M.
    Jason MitchellDecember 29, 2013
    Take a kid with you for the audio tour. They get different audio and little secrets.
  • Tim P.
    Tim PettusDecember 27, 2013
    Plan to spend a couple of days. There's much more to do here than you think!
  • Libby Y.
    Libby YeeDecember 19, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    $40 + tax for the picture package taken inside of Biltmore
  • Kathryn T.
    Kathryn TurnerDecember 6, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Get a season pass if you can come 2 days per year or more. WORTH EVERY PENNY
  • Tennessee J.
    Tennessee Josh™November 25, 2013
    It's not much but it's home.
  • Social N.
    Social News NetworkNovember 14, 2013
    The House is AMAZING at Christmas time. Well worth the trip, and the money.
  • Patrick L.
    Patrick LandisNovember 2, 2013
    They say no picture taking inside....so don't take pictures inside!
  • Laurie M.
    Laurie MalenfantOctober 29, 2013
    We got there at 3:30pm on Sunday. 1 hr left to tour and still full price. $59. Each. Get there early.
  • Alex L.
    Alex LeeperOctober 17, 2013
    Take the audio tour! It's a great way to learn everything g about the home at your own pace.
  • Scott K. E.
    Scott K. EricksonOctober 16, 2013
    Have lunch at the Stable Cafe!! Awesome food.
  • Daniel D.
    Daniel DykesSeptember 28, 2013
    Get the audio tour lanyard. It really brings the tour of the house to life!
  • Patrick T.
    Patrick TimmerSeptember 10, 2013
    Beware taking a taxi here, drop off was a snap, however no one wants to come back for pickups.
  • Libby B.
    Libby BallardSeptember 1, 2013
    Don't come on Labor Day Weekend unless you already have your tickets.
  • Rese W.
    Rese WilsonAugust 12, 2013
    If you are traveling with a pet there are free kennels on site. One is in parking lot C and the other is at Antler Hill.
  • Steph R.
    Steph RaquelAugust 9, 2013
    Visitors Ctr with a 4 min video is free if you don't have time for a full tour.
  • Richelle Q.
    Richelle QuintoAugust 3, 2013
    The Butler's tour is excellent, seeing the sub-basement and how the house was run from the servant's perspective. Well worth $17
  • Debi W.
    Debi WalterJuly 23, 2013
    Order tickets through AAA a week in advance to get a 25% discount on admission.
  • Chris S.
    Chris ShermanJuly 14, 2013
    Make sure you look up... Most people don't look up when they explore and will miss some of the most ornate parts of the home.
  • Macy K.
    Macy K.July 7, 2013
    You won't regret eating at the bistro!
  • Wanna See It All
    Wanna See It AllJune 27, 2013
    Its great to check out once. Kinda expensive, amusement park prices. Make their own beer & wine. They do offer audio tours for added price ~ worth it. Basement level was our fav part of house
  • Sara S.
    Sara SliferJune 25, 2013
    Go in the cooler months. House is not air conditioned and some areas are very crowded.
  • Toni M.
    Toni MartinJune 18, 2013
    Beautiful and BIG! You'll need at least 2 days to cover it.
  • Dave W.
    Dave WebbMay 11, 2013
    Function over fashion. Wear comfy shoes if you expect to see everything.
  • George W.
    George WheelerMay 4, 2013
    It's worth it to valet.
  • bil C.
    bil ChamberlinApril 25, 2013
    This amazing place needs 2 days. If you do take a couple days, rent bikes or segways.
  • Kylee M.
    Kylee MillerApril 5, 2013
    Beautiful!
  • Ginny H.
    Ginny HandyMarch 8, 2013
    The cinnamon bin at the stable cafe is a nice treat after the tour! Soft like a croissant... sooo good!
  • Mark M.
    Mark MedfordMarch 3, 2013
    Gawjess u gotta c this
  • Kristin
    KristinMarch 1, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Come here to buy the best touchscreen compatible gloves. Only $9.75 at the Carriage House store. They totally work!
  • Kristin
    KristinMarch 1, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Come in right before 3:30 when they admit the last guests for the day. Your self-guided tour will be less crowded and you can take more time lingering.
  • Kristin
    KristinMarch 1, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Check out the Butler's Tour. Beyond the scenes of the servants' lives and quarters.
  • Randy H.
    Randy HuntFebruary 20, 2013
    It's best to enjoy this catastrophe from inside the Stable Grille with a cold Cedric's Brown!
  • Chef Alexis U.
    There is a Starbucks on the road when you leave Biltmore.
  • Chef Alexis U.
    Use the restroom before you enter the estate. There are no bathrooms inside.
  • Renee P.
    Renee PerelmuterDecember 29, 2012
    Definitely worth the $10 for the audio tour.
  • Chris J.
    Chris JonesDecember 15, 2012
    Architect's tour is excellent. Highly recommended!
  • Seth G.
    Seth GeeDecember 12, 2012
    The Land Rover experience is great. It is a mix between showcasing the vehicle and teaching different 4x4 techniques. I learned a lot. I recommend the 2 hour class.
  • Hannah M.
    Hannah McKinneyNovember 29, 2012
    Candlelight Christmas is so worth the extra money! The food at all the restaurants is also amazing!!
  • Alida Rose
    Alida RoseNovember 22, 2012
    If your a photographer, its a great spot to shoot.
  • Stefanie
    StefanieNovember 12, 2012
    What an awesome place! Worth the trip.
  • Penguin Teen
    Penguin TeenOctober 10, 2012
    Author Beth Revis calls The Biltmore House one of her "favorite places in the whole world. When I can't think of anything to write, I go there until inspiration hits." http://www.BethRevis.com
  • Ron B.
    Ron BrindleOctober 6, 2012
    Wear comfortable shoes. Use the bathroom BEFORE you start the tour. Note to guys: You should eat something to take the edge off your appetite. And don't complain. This stuff makes her happy.
  • Larry A.
    Larry AllenSeptember 19, 2012
    Where's this place at
  • Barry R.
    Barry RiceSeptember 15, 2012
    Fantastic place!! Go early and spend the day. They also have a winery....you like wine, right?
  • Tyler L.
    Tyler LynchSeptember 5, 2012
    The audio tour is a must. Be sure to visit the Stable Cafe as they have adult beverages. Ask about the sangria specials as they were only $5. Everything is so affordable at the estate.
  • Elyse R.
    Elyse RettigAugust 19, 2012
    Definitely take the whole day to visit the house, gardens, winery and village
  • Jamie F.
    Jamie FrielingAugust 6, 2012
    I found the audio tour to be worthless. It basically read out loud what was written in the free brochure. It didn't share any new facts about the rooms or manor. I would instead pay for a tour.
  • God D.
    God DessJuly 1, 2012
    Pricy, look for coupon code online. $60. But you can get it for $42. 7 day adv purchase or find coupon code. $15. Valet was worth it in the heat! Only bad thing was website crashed during purchase
  • Eve L.
    Eve LJune 27, 2012
    Absolutely breathtaking! A must see!
  • Julia Y.
    Julia YanJune 17, 2012
    The closest thing you will get to the Hogwarts
  • Jen K.
    Jen KilpatrickJune 16, 2012
    Don't miss the gardens and their demonstrations.....horticulturalist on hand and kid activity too.
  • Gabe
    GabeJune 8, 2012
    Eat at The Bistro by the winery- best restaurant on the Estate!
  • Morgan R.
    Morgan RobinsonMay 31, 2012
    Gorgeous house, gorgeous grounds, and delicious food at all the different places. I HIGHLY recommend the wine tour with free wine tasting.
  • Betty F.
    Betty FengMay 27, 2012
    It's not a stroller or wheelchair friendly place..
  • The History Press
    The History PressMay 23, 2012
    The name “Biltmore” derives from the Dutch town of Bildt and the English word “more,” meaning an open rolling landscape. Learn this and more about the architecture of Asheville Read more
  • Saving Places
    Saving PlacesApril 22, 2012
    Designed by Richard Morris Hunt and built between 1889 and 1895, Biltmore features formal and informal gardens designed by famous American landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted.
  • Sharecare
    SharecareApril 18, 2012
    You'll get great exercise exploring this grand estate. If you head outside and hike the many surrounding trails this summer stay safe and cool with these tips. Read more
  • Caroline E.
    Caroline EubanksMarch 30, 2012
    Look for discounted ticket weekends, like Fathers Day. Read more
  • Doug M.
    Doug McDonaldMarch 18, 2012
    Be sure the camera is fully charged!!! Stunning!!
  • Daiv R.
    Daiv RussellMarch 13, 2012
    The orchids are delicious
  • Manish M.
    Manish MazyckMarch 4, 2012
    They have military discount $35.00
  • Jacki F.
    Jacki ForoughiMarch 4, 2012
    I 1st did the tour w/o the audio tore & the second time I got the audio & it made the tour a lot more enjoyable and you get a lot of great information beyond the house tour guide. Worth the extra $10
  • Stephanie E.
    Stephanie EberlyFebruary 18, 2012
    Make sure to get a freaking reservation!! Or you will be waiting a year and a day!! No one tells you that!
  • Nick J.
    Nick JonesFebruary 6, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    Audio tour is free with house tour ticket this time of the year. Takes about 2 hours if you listen to all the extras also. Well worth the time.
  • Judith H.
    Judith HarmJanuary 31, 2012
    Orchids...beautiful
  • Brian F.
    Brian FinnJanuary 17, 2012
    You must see this French chateau-style mansion in person...it will blow your mind. We chose to experience it at our own pace - no tour guide or audio tour. Try to go spring/early summer.
  • Matthew C.
    Matthew CrawfordDecember 24, 2011
    Been here 10+ times
    Hit a strike and then run before the Guards get you!!
  • Rawle Murdy Assoc.
    Rawle Murdy Assoc.December 1, 2011
    Nothing says the holidays like the Candlelight Tours. Make sure you pick up some hot cocoa, on those chilly mountain nights.
  • Theodore K.
    Theodore KimDecember 1, 2011
    Spectacular castle, er, mansion. The tour is pricey, but well worth it. And don't forget to explore the beautiful grounds. And bring your camera. Photo ops galore.
  • Robin R.
    Robin RobertsNovember 4, 2011
    Beautiful!
  • Anita L.
    Anita LominacOctober 25, 2011
    Don't miss the wine tasting.
  • Jessi P.
    Jessi PearsonOctober 12, 2011
    Go during the day in Fall to see the leaves and the Fall garens. If you go at Christmas, do the candle light night tour! All the fireplaces are burning in the house and the whole house is decorated!
  • Bri C.
    Bri C.October 1, 2011
    The 12 month passes are worth it
  • R S.
    R SimmonsSeptember 11, 2011
    Been here 5+ times
    Buy a season pass so worth it. The Behind the Scene tours are awesome, as well as the vanilla ice cream at the Creamery in Antler Hill Village. Don't miss the Tiffany exhibit as well.
  • Nihls
    NihlsSeptember 10, 2011
    Valet, so worth it
  • Jason R.
    Jason RSeptember 7, 2011
    Ask about some of the other tours. Legacy of the land was really nice. They showed alot of other things on the property like the reservoir for the house.
  • Mary M.
    Mary McGurnSeptember 4, 2011
    Consider getting an annual membership if you plan to go more than once a year. It's cheaper than paying the entrance fee twice and gives you discounts at area locations.
  • Edward R.
    Edward RoskeAugust 17, 2011
    Have a look at the buttons by the door to call for food or a dressing room.
  • Alicia P.
    Alicia PuzzancheraAugust 17, 2011
    Gorgeous!!!!!!!
  • Robert B.
    Robert BreretonAugust 11, 2011
    Great place to see a concert.
  • Susan P.
    Susan Pullen-SwopeAugust 7, 2011
    The Architects Tour is fab.
  • Jason M. O.
    Jason M. OlsonJuly 8, 2011
    The Private Eyes starring Don Knotts was partially filmed here.
  • Smithsonian Channel
    Smithsonian ChannelJune 24, 2011
    Still the largest private home in the U.S. after more than a century, this 250-room mansion took six years to build and required its own brick factory for construction. (From Aerial America) Read more
  • TJ G.
    TJ GiocondaJune 18, 2011
    Take a guided or audio tour of the house or it is fairly boring with very little self guided help and information.
  • @sloane
    @sloaneMay 28, 2011
    Each ticket is good for two days! You'll need it, take advantage and go once for the house and once for the grounds/garden!
  • Roberta U.
    Roberta UptonMay 22, 2011
    Especially lovely in the spring. Check out the Tiffany Glass exhibit, July 1 - October 22
  • Dimitri L.
    Dimitri LeggasApril 10, 2011
    The self guided audio tour of the house is excellent, and well worth the $10. Also, the gardens are incredible. Overall, a perfect way to spend a day
  • Matt F.
    Matt FoxApril 1, 2011
    Get the ribs at the Stable Cafe. Really good!
  • Caulfield R.
    Caulfield RochaMarch 9, 2011
    The silence of the lambs, "the Red Dragon" used the Biltmore as Hannible Lector's house.
  • Becca P.
    Becca PMarch 8, 2011
    Sign up for a behind-the-scenes, guided Butler Tour!
  • Tommy B.
    Tommy BurkartFebruary 21, 2011
    Very dog friendly!!
  • Jennifer L.
    Jennifer Long-TarvinFebruary 9, 2011
    its the top tourist stop, but for all us locals, its a great place to have a picnic!
  • Kelly K.
    Kelly KarmazinJanuary 25, 2011
    The house was amazing, its a must see!!! However their shuttle service left us outside the house in the rain, drove right by us, didn't ask us if we would have liked a lift back to our car!!!
  • Visit North Carolina
    Visit North CarolinaJanuary 4, 2011
    When the Blue Ridge Mountains fill your 8,000 acre backyard, you better believe there is fun to be had. After you're done horseback riding or rafting, explore Biltmore's winery and restaurants.
  • Craig M.
    Craig McClellanDecember 29, 2010
    The $10 Audio tour is well worth the price. It's really well done and very interesting.
  • Zachary L.
    Zachary LongDecember 25, 2010
    Went here in December, all the plants in the garden were dead. Not very impressive unless it's snowing I guess
  • Chris S.
    Chris ShortDecember 24, 2010
    Been here 10+ times
    Definitely better at night. The Candlelight Christmas Evenings are worth every penny.
  • Serena S.
    Serena SimmonsDecember 9, 2010
    Take the audio tour. Well worth the $10 to guide you through the house and explain the different rooms. Perfect place to take a break is before you go to the basement. Need to return to audio by 4:30.
  • USA TODAY
    USA TODAYNovember 22, 2010
    Offers 80+ miles of equestrian trails wind through wooded Appalachian forests, and is perfect for those traveling with non-riding companions, because there's plenty to do in the area. Read more
  • Nhia V.
    Nhia VangNovember 15, 2010
    Very fun day trip. We toured the entire house in about 2 hours. Saturdays are very busy. Highly encourage walking trails behind the gardens.
  • Allyn S.
    Allyn SchwartzOctober 29, 2010
    After spending a beautiful day at the Biltmore and the winery ... we upgraded for the annual pass ... it is a great deal! great fun, too.
  • Jenny T.
    Jenny ToddOctober 10, 2010
    The winery is amazing and check out Cedric's Tavern, they have great food.
  • Rena M.
    Rena McMickensSeptember 22, 2010
    The new addition, Antler Village, is a must see!
  • Tim C.
    Tim CollinsMay 2, 2010
    Lots of walking, so wear comfortable shoes
  • Andy S.
    Andy SpradleyApril 29, 2010
    Been here 100+ times
    Upgrading to a 12 month pass is a great deal.
  • Kelby C.
    Kelby CarrJanuary 17, 2010
    Been here 10+ times
    Go early to tour the house. It takes a while, so showing up at the end of the day won't work.
  • Juan U.
    Juan UrquizaJune 8, 2016
    Bonito lugar pero muy cara me pareció la entrada
  • Ashley B.
    Ashley BloomfieldDecember 30, 2014
    Absolutely STUNNING. My husband took me here on our first date! ❤️❤️❤️❤️ its a ✨magical✨ place! 💗
  • Jennifer C.
    Jennifer CalabresSeptember 12, 2014
    MARAVILLOSO!!!
  • William B.
    William BonillaAugust 31, 2014
    Vale la pena , el costo de entrada es de 47 usd pero vale la pena para todo lo que uno ve ! Mansión con grandes adelantos de ingeniería para la época
  • Marvin C.
    Marvin CerdasOctober 8, 2013
    Es un lugar increíble al cual no se puede dejar de ir, realmente vale el costo de la entrada.
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