Annual Pass Renewals

Renew Your Pass and Save

Renewing your Biltmore Annual Pass is a good value and an easy way to save money. The cost to renew your pass for an entire year is only $89*. That's less than the cost of two visits to Biltmore. Passholder benefits include:

  • Unlimited daytime visits for a year
  • Discounted daytime tickets for friends and family, plus kids 16 and under are free
  • Save 10% on guided tours, wine experiences and outdoor activities (some restrictions apply, see details under All Annual Passholder Benefits)
  • Estate shopping and dining discounts and up to 25% off wine purchased in estate retail shops
  • Discounted room rates on select dates at the Inn on Biltmore Estate (suites and getaway packages excluded)
  • Special offers on Biltmore Concert Series and Candlelight Christmas Evenings
  • Bring guests without estate admission to Antler Hill Village & Winery after 5:00 p.m. (guests do not have access to Biltmore House & Gardens and must accompany passholders in the same vehicle).
  • Plus much more

Cost: $89*

Renew your pass online or call 800-413-9787 to renew.

Renew Your Annual Pass

You can renew your pass online up to 6 months before or 30 days after the expiration date.

*Plus tax. Savings based on regularly priced adult daytime admission of $49–$69. Restrictions may apply.

Late Renewals

If your pass expired more than 30 days ago, please call us at  800-413-9787 for assistance.

Order Your Passholder Photo ID Card

Never be without your Passholder benefits. Bring your paper pass to the Biltmore Reception & Ticketing Sales Center, or to any guest services location on Biltmore, and we’ll replace it with a free Passholder Photo ID card.

A Group of passholders on a rooftop tour.

See what the Passholder community loves about Biltmore 365 days a year.


“I’ve only had my pass for a couple of years now, but I love it. I was persuaded by a friend who had a pass to get one on my first visit. I am thankful I did. Biltmore is where I go to relax and rejuvenate. I also go to touch history. Walking through the house, I can see how it was a wonderful place for the Vanderbilts and their guests to enjoy. I recommend to everyone to visit.”
– Rachel Bishop

“My husband and I fell in love at Biltmore on the front lawn near the center fountain. We arranged our honeymoon around our annual trip to Biltmore. And we have our most romantic dinner of the year there every December as we visit for Candlelight Christmas Evenings. We consider Biltmore our romance capital of the world.”
– Teresa Smith

“An Annual Pass can be a glorious hike with the kids, an excuse to browse at unique shops, a delectable lunch at the Stable Café, or an elegant walk with the dog! We can visit a favorite azalea in the spring, check to see if that bossy goose is still at the Bass Pond, or savor a cream puff from the Bake Shop while gazing at Mount Pisgah. I’ve had an annual pass for many years; it’s a treat to myself that I can’t imagine giving up.”
– Linda Frankl and Clara Kaufmann