Biltmore's Conservatory

A Hidden Gem that Shines Year Round

In addition to 8,000 acres to explore, be sure to visit our soaring glass-ceilinged Conservatory. Beautifully bedecked with poinsettias and an array of exotic orchids during the Christmas and winter seasons, this hidden gem dazzles year round with an ever-present abundance of lush, fragrant tropical displays.


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Monday 5/27

White benches among displays of bright red poinsettias, crisp white orchids, and dense green tropical foliage offer a perfect setting for holiday photos in the Conservatory.

At Christmas, vibrant red poinsettias and an abundance of tropical plants and trees—including the banana tree that has captured this tiny Biltmore guest’s attention—await you in the Conservatory.

Guests enjoy lush summertime displays in the Conservatory.

One of Biltmore’s talented horticulturists tends to one of many succulent displays in the Conservatory.

The Conservatory’s Orchid Room boasts an exceptional variety of rare specimens in full bloom.

Orchid petals may be one color, or multiple colors, like the intricately patterned petals of this striking specimen.

Handcrafted of all natural elements by Applied Imagination, this replica of Biltmore House resides in the Conservatory amid a stunning tropical display.

This beautiful Christmas photo opportunity within the Conservatory features a black bench tucked among tropicals, ivy, and poinsettias in pink and red.

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A lush, tropical oasis awaits your discovery.