Where is the nearest airport?
Asheville Regional Airport is the nearest airport to Biltmore.
Can you provide local driving directions?
Local Driving Directions
Below are recommended routes to Biltmore. Please visit NC Department of Transportation website for real-time information on road conditions or construction delays.
Address for GPS directions: 1 Lodge St, Asheville, NC 28803
From Interstate 40 East
Take I-40 east to Asheville. Take exit 50 (US Highway 25), then turn left at the traffic light after exiting. Stay in the left lane and follow signs to the Biltmore entrance.
From Interstate 40 West
Take I-40 west to Asheville and take exit 50B (US Highway 25 North). After exiting, stay in the left lane and follow signs to the Biltmore entrance.
From Interstate 26/US Highway 19/23 East
Take I-26 east to Asheville. In Asheville, take I-240 east to I-40 west. Follow I-40 west to exit 50B (US Highway 25 North). After exiting, stay in the left lane and follow signs to the Biltmore entrance.
From Interstate 26 West
Follow I-26 west toward Asheville to exit 31A (Hickory/Knoxville exit). Take I-40 east to exit 50 (US Highway 25), then turn left at the traffic light after exiting. Stay in the left lane and follow signs to the Biltmore entrance.
From the Blue Ridge Parkway
Take the US Highway 25 North exit; Biltmore is approximately 4 miles from the parkway.
What are estate travel distances?
- Reception & Ticketing Sales Center to Biltmore House: 3 miles
- Biltmore House to Antler Hill Village & Winery: 5 miles
- The Inn on Biltmore Estate to Biltmore House: 4 miles
- Biltmore House to Deerpark: 2 miles
- Antler Hill Village & Winery to Deerpark: 2 miles
- Reception & Ticketing Sales Center to The Inn on Biltmore Estate: 2 miles
What if I arrive by Taxi, Uber, Lyft?
If you plan to arrive by an external transportation service such as taxi, Uber or Lyft, you will be responsible for your own transportation during your estate visit.
Alternatively, you may visit Guest Services or call 800-411-3812 to make a reservation for the Biltmore Express shuttle service for $15 per person (kids are free). This service provides transportation around the estate and returns you to your drop-off location at the end of your visit.
Is there estate parking?
Guests without overnight stay accommodations who drive onto the estate may choose from the following parking options, both of which are included with Biltmore admission:
- Park & Ride lots that provide free shuttle transportation to the front of Biltmore House
- Park & Walk lots that require a 5- to 10-minute walk to the front of Biltmore House
Parking assistance is available. Free shuttles from Biltmore House to the Conservatory are available April through October.
Is transportation provided?
A car is required for travel between locations on the estate.
Transportation is not provided around the estate unless you have booked an overnight stay at one of our estate properties: The Inn, Village Hotel, or Cottage.
How long does it take to tour the estate?
Plan on spending at least one full day at Biltmore. Two days are recommended because there is so much to see and do on our 8,000-acre estate: the house, gardens, Winery, working farm, and a variety of outdoor activities, shops, and exceptional dining options.
Do you provide parking for RVs?
RV drivers and those with special needs should contact the first available parking host for assistance. View Estate Accessibility.
Do I need to pay for parking?
No. Parking is included with admission.
Can I walk between locations on the estate?
A car is required for travel between locations on the estate. Biltmore guests are often surprised by the size of the estate, so it is important to plan before your arrival. View Travel Distances.