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Toy Models of Biltmore House and the Lodge Gate

Posted on 05/21/2017 by Amy Dangelico

This summer, Biltmore is hosting a number exciting, limited-time displays, including a Toy Model of Biltmore House as well as a Toy Model of Lodge Gate, designed and built by members of the Ohio...

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Vanderbilt Travels Railway: A One-of-a-Kind Train Display

Posted on 05/18/2017 by Amy Dangelico

From May 26 through September 4, Antler Hill Village is hosting Vanderbilt Travels Railway, a model train display highlighting George Vanderbilt’s travels with handcrafted architectural...

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The First Hostess of Biltmore: A Tribute to Maria Louisa Kissam Vanderbilt

Posted on 05/15/2017 by Amy Dangelico

As the youngest of eight children, George Vanderbilt had a very close relationship with his mother, Maria Louisa Kissam Vanderbilt. After his father’s death in 1885, it was George who took...

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Chauncey Beadle: Biltmore’s Azalea Hunter

Posted on 04/26/2017 by Amy Dangelico

A favorite pastime of Biltmore Blooms is the Azalea Garden—one of the largest selections of native azaleas in the country. The 15-acre garden is home to more than 20,000 plants, offering...

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Field to Fryer to Fuel: The Life Cycle of Biltmore Canola

Posted on 04/03/2017 by Amy Dangelico

Continuing the legacy of environmental stewardship founded by George Vanderbilt, Biltmore has embarked on a project to produce biodiesel fuel from canola grown on our 8,000 acres. We first...

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