News Releases

Rare 1913 Stevens-Duryea Automobile on Display at Antler Hill Village

Asheville, NC

A rare 1913 Stevens-Duryea Model “C-Six” seven-passenger touring car is on display in the Winery at Biltmore. The car is the only one purchased by George Vanderbilt that remains in The...

Read More


Biltmore’s Field-to-Table Program

Asheville, NC

Biltmore’s original field-to-table program began in 1895 with George Vanderbilt’s vision of creating a self-sufficient estate modeled after Europe’s grand country homes. More...

Read More


Dining at Biltmore

Asheville, NC

Today, George Vanderbilt’s historic estate is a National Historic Landmark boasting America’s largest home. While a million guests visit annually to tour 250-room Biltmore House and...

Read More


Biltmore’s Farm and Culinary History

Asheville, NC

When George Vanderbilt made Biltmore his home in 1895, he wanted more than just a personal retreat. After visiting several working estates in Europe, he envisioned creating something similar here...

Read More


The Inn on Biltmore Estate Offers Guests a Taste of Vanderbilt Hospitality

Asheville, NC

Guests who visit George Vanderbilt’s historic estate are often carried away by the idea of being a guest at Biltmore House. What was it like to stay in luxury in a 250-room chateau with...

Read More


Welcome!

Your opinion is important to us. After your visit, would you be willing to answer a few questions about our website?