In any season, the majesty of the Biltmore Estate will inspire, just as it did George and Edith Vanderbilt. Tour their house, gardens, winery, and barn. Have lunch in any of their many restaurants, including the Stable Cafe. Spend the remainder of the day horseback-riding or shooting-clays on the Estate. Tickets purchased through the hotel are valid for two-consecutive days. Tickets may be added to your reservation when booking, or purchased from the front-desk after your arrival.
NOW through July 4th
"In celebration of Biltmore’s long history as a location for weddings and romantic getaways, the estate is hosting a new costume exhibition highlighting love stories from iconic films. Fashionable Romance: Wedding Gowns in Film showcases wedding dresses and attire from major motion pictures spanning centuries of design. More than 40 award-winning costumes from 19 classic films will be displayed throughout the grand rooms of Biltmore House. Costumes illustrate changing styles in wedding fashions from the 1700s through the 1940s and the exquisite attention to detail that Cosprop Ltd., London, brings to its film costume projects. Accenting the costume displays will be elaborate floral arrangements complementing each film’s era, created by Biltmore’s Floral design team.
The exhibition will continue in Antler Hill Village & Winery with stories and heirlooms from 60 years of Vanderbilt family weddings, including a re-creation of Cornelia Vanderbilt Cecil's beautiful wedding gown and veil, and the family veil worn by both Jacqueline Kennedy and her cousin, Mary Lee Ryan Cecil, at their weddings." -Biltmore.com
NOW through May 26th
"You haven’t seen Biltmore until you’ve seen it in the spring. Our gardens – designed by renowned landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted – come to life with wave after wave of gorgeous blooms." -Biltmore.com