Antler Hill Village & Winery
A casual and relaxing way to extend the Biltmore experience, Antler Hill Village & Winery connects the estate’s past and present with dining, shopping, exhibits, world-class food and wine, and more.
During your visit, be sure to allow enough time to visit our historic winery on Biltmore’s 8,000-acre estate nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Asheville, North Carolina.
Savor complimentary tastings, a wine bar, specialty tastings, and more as part of your distinctive experience at America’s most-visited winery, located in the heart of Antler Hill Village. Enjoy complimentary tastings of more than 20 of our handcrafted wines as our wine hosts take you on a journey through our reds, whites, and rosés. Linger at our wine bar where you can taste our reserve and sparkling wines by the glass along with delectable cheeses and locally-made truffles.
Expand your palette with our specialty tours and tastings to enjoy the classic pairing of Red Wine & Chocolate, or dive into the sparkling side of our winery with Biltmore Bubbles. Interested in seeing our vineyards? Our exclusive Vine to Wine Tour combines an excursion over the river to our breathtaking vineyards on the west side of Biltmore—an area that most guests never see—with a walking production tour and wine tastings throughout the experience.
Photo by Toni Frissell. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum.
The Biltmore Legacy - Fashionable Romance
Experience our exciting new exhibition Fashionable Romance: 60 Years of Vanderbilt Family Wedding Fashion. This exhibit hosts 60 years of Vanderbilt family wedding fashion including:
- Cornelia Vanderbilt Cecil’s 1924 wedding gown and veil re-created by noted costume designers Cosprop, Ltd. of London
- The first-ever display of the Lee family veil worn by Mary Lee Ryan for her marriage to George Vanderbilt’s grandson, William A.V. Cecil, and also by her first cousin Jacqueline Lee Bouvier for her marriage to future U.S. President John F. Kennedy
Come see this exciting new exhibition, included with your admission. Learn more.
Located in The Biltmore Legacy in Antler Hill Village.
Farm in Antler Hill Village
Step into the everyday lives of families who lived on the estate raising livestock, tending crops, and working at Biltmore Dairy in the 1890s. The Barn in Antler Hill Village – once the social and work center for these families – is alive again with blacksmiths, woodworkers, and other craft demonstrations; The Barn Door featuring a unique selection of American made arts and crafts items; and a Smokehouse offering Carolina barbeque, quick sandwiches, and other Southern favorites.
Kids will enjoy turn-of-the-century games and farm-friendly animals at the Farmyard. Our playground features climbing logs like those harvested by students in Biltmore’s forestry school. There’s also a lookout, a rock climbing formation, a sand play area, and other activities that connect the estate’s past with your children’s imagination. The Farm in Antler Hill Village is included in your estate admission.
Outdoor Adventure Center
Stop by our Outdoor Adventure Center in Antler Hill Village to explore the many different activities we offer, from biking and carriage rides to Land Rover expeditions and trail rides. See all outdoor activities
Outdoor activities are available by reservation to estate daytime guests, Biltmore Annual Passholders, and overnight guests. Call 800-411-3812 for more information.