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Decking Our Halls Is A Year-Round Process

Posted on 10/25/2016 by Jean Sexton

From miles of garlands and hundreds of wreaths to thousands of lights and decorations on more than 70 trees inside America's largest home, our annual Christmas at Biltmore celebration is...

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The Emperor’s Chess Set

Posted on 10/23/2016 by Amy Dangelico

Some people have a knack for choosing the perfect gift. On George Vanderbilt’s 21st birthday, his friend James McHenry proved to be one of those people. The railroad financier’s gift...

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The Banquet Hall Tree: A Christmas at Biltmore Tradition

Posted on 10/21/2016 by Amy Dangelico

The 35-foot-tall Fraser fir selected for the Banquet Hall each year is always the tallest tree inside Biltmore House. Adorned with hundreds of lights and ornaments, the towering tree is a beloved...

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Christmas at Biltmore: Adding it all up

Posted on 10/15/2016 by Amy Dangelico

Decorating America’s largest home for the holiday season is certainly no small task. Christmas at Biltmore is one of the Southeast’s most storied Yuletide destinations and we know that...

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“Polar Express Sunbelt” sweeps the 2016 Biltmore International Rose Trials

Posted on 10/12/2016 by Leeann Donnelly Comments(2)

A jury of rose experts from around the world has selected the winning roses in the 2016 Biltmore International Rose Trials, held recently in Biltmore’s historic Rose Garden. Polar Express...

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