Biltmore House & Gardens
Completed in 1895, George Vanderbilt's 250-room chateau is as impressive today as it was more than a century ago. Biltmore House is truly an architectural and historical wonder.
You're invited to enjoy a self-guided visit inside Biltmore House. Experience a fresh look at how people lived and worked in America's largest home.
Outside, explore acres of beautiful gardens and grounds designed by renowned landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted.
Stable Café: Great burgers, Carolina barbeque, fresh salads, and traditional Southern fare in a comfortable restaurant transformed from 19th-century stables. Open daily for lunch.
Courtyard Market: pizza, hot dogs, snacks, and cold drinks
Bake Shop: coffee, cappuccino, pastries, desserts, and bakery sandwiches
Ice Cream Parlor: hand-scooped ice cream, milkshakes, sundaes, and drinks
Chauncey's Corner: refreshments on the Conservatory's back patio; open daily weather permitting.
Carriage House: furnishings and accessories inspired by the estate
Bookbinder's: books relating to the Vanderbilt family and their era
A Christmas Past: a sparkling array of holiday ornaments and music
Confectionary: gourmet chocolate and other sweet temptations
Toymaker's: old-fashioned dolls, toys, and games
A Gardener's Place: plants and accessories on the Conservatory's lower level