The Omni Grove Park Inn
290 Macon Avenue
Asheville, North Carolina 28804

Biltmore Estate

Biltmore estate gardens

A National Landmark and one of the country's top architectural wonders, Biltmore is a breathtaking home in the Blue Ridge Mountains with 250 rooms, historic exhibits, magnificent, century-old gardens and a charming winery. Biltmore has a lot of offer including the estate's magnificent 8,000-acre backyard, horseback riding and rafting. Also enjoy relaxed dining, shopping and wine tasting at Antler Hill Village. Biltmore is only three miles away from The Omni Grove Park Inn, so it is a must-see on your next visit to Asheville.

Things to Know Before You Go

  • You must purchase tickets for this attraction. Ticket prices can vary depending on the season and day of the week.
  • Count on spending at least one full day at Biltmore. Two days should be considered, because there is so much to experience.
  • They offer complimentary transportation throughout the estate. From open to close, the Estate Shuttle Service runs continuously with stops every 15 minutes.

Learn more about the Biltmore Estate.

Biltmore Admission with Self-Guided Audio Tour & Lunch

Visit Biltmore, America’s Largest Home®, built by George W. Vanderbilt in 1895 and explore 75 acres of formal gardens and a 7,000 square foot Conservatory. You can also enjoy seasonal special exhibitions including model trains and handcrafted replica buildings set in Biltmore's historic conservatory this summer. Your package also includes a 90-minute self-guided audio tour of Biltmore House and all-inclusive lunch at select on-estate restaurants.

Visit the Concierge Desk for a special discount code exclusively for our guests.

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