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Biltmore Estate

Asheville, NC, United States

Endorsed by 725512 people

Private Estate. Largest privately owned home in the US. Outdoor programs that include fly fishing as an outdoor activity. Date Range Year round. What is Provided to Customer All gear needed for each activity. Region/Terrain Where You Fish Southeast mountain freestone rivers and streams. Typical Weather by Season Moderate.


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Biltmore's Library’s ceiling is embellished with an 18th-century ceiling painting by Pelligrini, titled “The Chariot of Aurora.
Beautiful blue skies at #Biltmore today to help you kick off your weekend.
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Elevate your
Located in Asheville, N.C., Biltmore House, known as America’s Largest Home, is a 250-room French Renaissance chateau complete with an indoor swimming pool, bowling alley, and gymnasium. 

Can you guess the square footage of this home?
Dazzling in the daylight,
Did you know that
Dazzling in the daylight,
Today marks the official opening of our newest exhibition, “Chihuly at Biltmore.” We’re excited to share these breathtaking large-scale glass sculptures with you in a truly unique setting! 

[*Giveaway has ended] Help us celebrate opening day by entering for your chance to win two complimentary daytime tickets to “Chihuly at Biltmore” by tagging someone you’d like to attend with in the comments below. We’ll select the winner at random and notify them via private message on Monday, May 21.

On display now through October 7, 2018
Plan your visit:
Share your memories with #ChihulyatBiltmore

Photo Credit - Bruce Steele
If you've explored Biltmore's gardens and grounds, you might have come across Bass Pond. 

Frederick Law Olmsted created this water feature by greatly enlarging an old creek-fed millpond. A rustic boat house provided rest for the Vanderbilts’ guests enjoying the gardens, and housed rowboats for fishing or exploring the pond. 

Learn more about our gardens:
With just three days left until
Did you know: At 15-acres, the Azalea Garden is the largest garden at Biltmore and was originally named the “Glen.” Its current name is a testament to the thousands of native azaleas collected by Chauncey Beadle in the early 1900s.


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