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Save on Biltmore House Admission: Buy Online

Biltmore House daytime admission starts at $64 per adult when purchased online. Prices vary by date and season. Youth ages 10-16 receive discounted admission. Kids 9 and under are free.

SPRING

April 1–May 27

Yours to explore and enjoy:

  • America’s Largest Home®
  • Biltmore Blooms
  • Art in Bloom inside Biltmore House
  • Stickwork by Patrick Dougherty
  • Biltmore Gardens Railway, and so much more

Biltmore House admission starts at $64.

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SUMMER

May 28–September 30

Yours to explore and enjoy:

  • America’s Largest Home®
  • Stickwork by Patrick Dougherty
  • Biltmore Gardens Railway
  • Miles of walking, hiking, and biking trails, and so much more

Biltmore House admission starts at $76.

Gardens & Grounds admission is also available, which does NOT include Biltmore House entry.

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FALL

October 1–November 4

Yours to explore and enjoy:

  • America’s Largest Home®
  • The Vanderbilts at Home and Abroad at Biltmore Legacy
  • Miles of walking, hiking, and biking trails, and so much more

Biltmore House admission starts at $76.

Gardens & Grounds admission is also available, which does NOT include Biltmore House entry.

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Your Visit Includes…

Visitors in the Banquet Hall

Biltmore House
Your Biltmore House admission invites you to experience three grand floors and the once-bustling basement of America’s Largest Home®. As you explore this architectural marvel and beloved national treasure, the fascinating stories about the Vanderbilt family and their guests come to life through their collections of fine art, lavish furnishings, accessories, and more.

Note: Our Gardens & Grounds admission does NOT include Biltmore House entry.

Our Glorious Gardens…
Acres of formal and informal gardens await your exploration including the Walled Garden, Rose Garden, Azalea Garden, and more. Each meticulously maintained, beautifully planted space expresses the vision of renowned landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted. Don’t miss the rare tropicals, including hundreds of orchids in peak bloom, in our grand glass Conservatory.

…and Expansive Grounds
Discover stunning vistas as you breathe in fresh mountain air and re-connect with nature. More than 20 miles of trails invite you to walk, bike, or hike alongside the French Broad River, through forests, and across open meadows.

View of Village Green in Antler Hill Village on Biltmore Estate

Antler Hill Village
Exploring this lively, fun-for-all-ages part of the estate is a relaxing way to enjoy a morning, afternoon, or evening. Antler Hill Village offers dining, shopping, a Farmyard with friendly animals, a playground, and more!

Winery
After your Biltmore House visit, spend some time at our relaxing Winery, located in Antler Hill Village. Share stories of a day well spent as our knowledgeable wine hosts introduce you to multi-award-winning vintages, each handcrafted here on the estate.

Due to capacity limitations, reservations are required for all wine tastings.

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Your Blue Ridge Mountain Escape

Extend your experience of George Vanderbilt’s magnificent 8,000-acre estate with an overnight stay. The estate’s splendid overnight properties invite you to explore the estate at your leisure, relax into gracious hospitality, and enjoy a restorative respite from everyday life.

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