Immerse Yourself in Biltmore’s Great Outdoors
Allow Biltmore Blooms to transform you as this colorful celebration transforms our 8,000 acres of gardens and grounds. Delight in the timeless elegance of Biltmore House adorned with the fresh floral displays of Art in Bloom. Marvel at the model trains and meticulously crafted structures of Biltmore Gardens Railway housed in our grand glass Conservatory. Visit Antler Hill Village, where Stickwork by Patrick Dougherty, dining, shopping, outdoor activities, an award-winning winery, and so much more await.
Kids 9 and younger admitted free.
4/1 to 5/27
During this colorful celebration of spring’s return, the vivid hues in our formal gardens against the rich greens of our Blue Ridge Mountain backdrop are simply stunning. Other must-see displays: Art in Bloom in Biltmore House, Biltmore Gardens Railway in the Conservatory, and Stickwork by Patrick Dougherty in Antler Hill Village.
Discover Antler Hill Village & Winery
Included with admission, a visit to this charming part of the estate is a relaxing way to extend your Biltmore experience. Explore our award-winning Winery, enjoy free tastings, plus dining, shopping, the Farmyard, playground, and miles of nature trails. This spring, the Village is also home to our latest must-see exhibit, Stickwork by Patrick Dougherty, a large-scale, unique-to-Biltmore outdoor sculpture.