From November 6 through January 10, Biltmore is a magical place to visit.
Inside the largest home in America are 55 elaborate hand-decorated trees, including a 35-foot live fraser fir in the Banquet Hall, one thousand poinsettias, and miles of garland.
Throughout the extensive grounds, visitors enjoy more than 100 decorated trees with 25,000+ ornaments, 1.5 miles of fresh garlands, 500 wreaths and sprays, 2,000 poinsettias and 100 kissing balls. The front lawn glows with a 55-ft. Norway spruce with 45,000 lights and hundreds of luminaries, and the outdoor gardens and conservatory are full of winter plants.
The estate’s dozen shops are perfect for holiday gift-giving. Candlelight tours of the house feature choirs and live musicians.
The holidays are a popular time to visit Biltmore, which is following careful public health standards to ensure your visit is both incredible and safe.
Guests taking a winter vacation to Pisgah National Forest will not want to miss visiting Biltmore to create a new holiday tradition this year.