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Biltmore, Asheville

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  • You could spend quite a bit of time walking around these spacious gardens. They were designed by a famous man from Louisville, I believe. It is grandeur continued beside the estate and stables. Incred...  more »
  • You could spend all day just walking the grounds and visiting the gardens.The variety of flowers is amazing and open all year in the nursery .  more »
  • The gardens and conservatory were at their best. Rhododendrons along the entrance road were in full bloom. The roses were still blooming but must have been astounding 2 weeks ago. Always love visiting...  more »
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  • We had a wonderful visit to the Biltmore. The estate was awe-inspiring. The artistry of the wood and plaster left you speechless. It is amazing that human beings could create these works of art. The gardens were the icing on the cake. The beauty of the plants and the conservatory were beautiful. It was worth every penny.
  • What an amazing site to see full of history! I recommend planning a full day to get the most of it! We were running short on time & didn't have a chance to explore The Gardens or stop at the restaurant, but the house itself is absolutely breathtaking! Amazing to think this was built in the late 1800's! Price is steep, but well worth it!
  • I was hesitant to go because of the price, but I'm so glad we went. Plan a full day there to make the most of it. We did the gardens in the morning before it got too hot, then we visited the house. Make sure to grab an audio tour (at an extra cost, so we shared one between us two), it makes the visit fascinating. With the time you have left, head to Antler hill village, it closes later than the house. There, the farm works as a tiny living museum with a blacksmith, a wood worker etc. Finish the day with the free wine tasting (but someone will have to be the designated driver!). You can taste as many wines as you like, and they sell great products. You can also eat at one of the restaurants. The products come straight from the farm! Regarding the purchase of the tickets, do not choose the will call option because the line to collect them is the same as the one to purchase the tickets, you'll waste time! Print at home and you'll get through the gate​ straight away. They don't accept tickets on the phone, so make sure you print it!
  • Beautiful place. If you're a Costco member some stores sell a two day pass for a great price. You'll want to go two days as there is so much to see. Do not go during peak times as you'll be shuffled through a line of people holding 'cellphone' audio guide tour devices. Beautiful grounds and home. We'll be back for a special event.
  • The Biltmore was fantastic! Unfortunately it rained on the day we went to visit so we did not get to spend as much time there as we would have liked but even still it was astounding. I recommend purchasing the audio tour (We did not and I regret it) and taking the time to spend the day at the house along with the winery and other places on site. I want to also go back and eat there as well. The staff was friendly and helpful as well! Overall, visiting the Biltmore was fantastic and I can't wait to go back. Lots of awesome history!