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Biltmore House

Designed by Richard Morris Hunt, Biltmore House was completed in 1895; the Blue Ridge Mountain home of George and Edith Vanderbilt is asmagnificent today as it was more than a century ago.



This architectural marvel, a collaborative design by George Vanderbilt, Frederick Law Olmsted, and Richard Morris Hunt, contains hundreds of exotic plant varieties beneath its expansive glass roof.


Historic Gardens

Envisioning a retreat that would nurture the land and its resources for years to come, George Vanderbilt hired Frederick Law Olmstead, America’s foremost landscape architect, to bring his vision to life.


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Loggia at Biltmore House

The Loggia of Biltmore House offers sweeping views of the surrounding Blue Ridge Mountains that inspired George Vanderbilt to build his country home here over a century ago.

Butler’s Pantry at Biltmore House

The Butler’s Pantry is located on the main floor above the kitchens. Considered the “nerve center” of the house, it was here that the serving staff received food from the kitchens, plated it on serveware, and delivered it to the adjacent Banquet Hall and Breakfast Room.

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Home School Ideas

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Learn about Biltmore's commitments to sustainability and the environment—including the estate’s work with monarch butterflies, solar power, and more—through engaging reading assignments and videos, plus word searches and fun how-to-build-it projects.




Sustainable Farming


Solar Power




A National Forest is Born

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Home Cooking, Biltmore-Style

Bring the taste of Biltmore home with recipes from our estate chefs. From creative takes on grilled cheese sandwiches and simple cocktails featuring Biltmore Wines to easy-to-make, delicious desserts, you’ll find plenty of ideas to for at-home culinary fun!

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