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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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Cornelia Stuyvesant Vanderbilt, George and Edith Vanderbilt’s only child, was born in August 1900. And with her arrival, Biltmore Superintendent Chauncey Beadle soon found himself nurturing the young girl with the same care with which he nurtured the estate.

Click the link to learn more about their special bond.
Biltmore House was completed in 1895 and it's easy to see the European influence. George Vanderbilt and Richard Morris Hunt traveled through Europe while in the early planning stages of the home’s construction. 

They found inspiration for the house’s exterior in the 16th-century chateaux of Loire Valley, France. The stair tower and steeply pitched roof line were inspired by three specific chateaux: Blois, Chenonceau and Chambord.

Photo credit: @studiomcbride
Whether it's glamorous or rustic, large or small, Biltmore's wedding team can accommodate any vision for your wedding day.

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Photo credit - Mozingo Photography
Bring a piece of Biltmore into your home with this elegantly functional Copper Knife Block set.

Enter now through August 31, 2018, for your chance to win this piece, crafted exclusively for Biltmore by Belk. 

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“Since I was a little boy I always loved glass... One night, I melted some glass... and blew a bubble... Since that moment I have spent my life as an explorer searching for new ways to use glass and glassblowing to make forms and colors and installations that no one has ever created before...” –Dale Chihuly
On display now - October 7, 2018
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At Biltmore, preservation is one of our top priorities. Click the link below to learn about one of our most recent preservation projects involving a ceramic sculpture. 

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Enjoying a glass of Biltmore Wine and a beautiful view from The Inn on Biltmore Estate. Sounds like the perfect afternoon to us!  

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Play in our 8,000-acre backyard. With breathtaking views, meticulously preserved forests, and activities for everyone. 

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On July 28, 1897, Mrs. Emily King arrived to work at Biltmore House. She remained at Biltmore as the head housekeeper until 1914. 

Click the link below to learn more Mrs. King and her role at Biltmore.
Warm summer days are perfect for exploring Biltmore Estate. Take our Azalea Garden path to discover this rewarding view of the Bass Pond Waterfall.

Click the link for a map of Biltmore's hiking trails:
Become a member of the Vanderbilt Wine Club and host your own wine tastings with friends! Each shipment includes three hand-selected Biltmore wines. ⠀

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