Behold the Beauty of Biltmore's Gardens
Explore all that this Blue Ridge Mountain oasis has to offer: from glorious gardens, walking, biking, and hiking trails, and an abundance of new outdoor activities.
Don’t miss Stickwork by Patrick Dougherty, located in charming Antler Hill Village
Our Gardens & Grounds: A Living Tribute
Stroll acres of formal and informal gardens designed by America’s foremost landscape architect, Frederick Law Olmsted. From the gardens’ year-round beauty to the majesty of the nation’s first managed forest, Biltmore’s breathtaking landscapes are a tribute to Olmsted’s genius.
Explore Our Grounds at Your Own Pace
Enjoy a walk along the French Broad River, through dense forests, or peaceful open meadows. Hike the grounds of Biltmore at your own pace with our extensive network of trails, or explore by bike.
20+ Miles of Trails
Summer at Biltmore
Virtual Tour: Biltmore’s Historic Gardens & Grounds
Our horticultural experts continually work to preserve Olmsted’s original vision for the gardens and grounds, including our Rose Garden that features more than 250 varieties.
As a century-old model for forest conservation (and, more recently, for sustainability, thanks to nine acres of solar panels), Biltmore continues to honor George Vanderbilt’s legacy of environmental protection.