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Try This: Experience Biltmore® as an Annual Passholder

Soak up all four glorious seasons + enjoy year-round special activities as a Biltmore Annual Passholder.

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Biltmore from above, with the grounds and estate visible. Four cyclists view the Biltmore estate from the edge of a lake. Abstract glass statues in Biltmore. A walkway with purple flowers.

Biltmore Passholders enjoy unlimited visits to the house and gardens throughout the year.

Photos provided by The Biltmore Company

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Between gardens bursting with lush blooms and a spectacular exhibition of vibrant glass art, what could be better than spending a spring day exploring Biltmore?

How about going back again and again to experience the historic residence year-round? Because, let’s be honest, it can be hard to fit all 8,000 acres of history and activities into just one visit.

Luckily, you can enjoy the beauty of Biltmore every season with an Annual Pass, on sale at a $90 savings now through Tuesday, April 30. Keep reading to see how we spent our sunny spring day as Passholders + learn how you can Try This.

What we tried:

We took a complimentary-for-Passholders daytime tour of Biltmore, which included a journey through the lavish Biltmore House, the blooming gardens and grounds, and a fun-filled excursion to Anter Hill Village and the Biltmore Winery.

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Catch a glimpse of these cute-as-can-be lambs at the Antler Hill Village Barn.

Photo by AVLtoday

What not to miss:

Our afternoon of shopping, ice cream, and fawning over adorable baby farm animals turned out to be just a small sample of what Antler Hill Village has to offer.

You’ll also find the Outdoor Adventure Center, offering engaging, family-friendly activities from falconry to horseback riding. You can explore the grounds with more than 20 miles of bike trails, which are free and open to all guests. Plus, the Bike Barn has your back if you don’t have your own set of wheels.

Colorful glass artwork by Dale Chihuly at the Chihuly at Biltmore Exhibition

See the works of the artist who helped revolutionize the studio glass movement.

Dale Chihuly Persian Ceiling (detail) 2012 25 x 15' Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, installed 2016 Copyright © Chihuly Studio

What we’re still talking about:

Chihuly at Biltmore, an exhibition featuring breathtaking glass artwork from world-famous artist Dale Chihuly, is on display at Amherst at Deerpark. The intimate gallery showcases four decades of Chihuly’s career and is Biltmore’s first Chihuly exhibition since 2018.

Want to come back and experience the beauty of Chihuly at Biltmore again and again? Exhibition-only admission is available exclusively to Annual Passholders.

How you can experience this:

Annual passes are on sale now through Tuesday, April 30, for $209. Beyond unlimited daytime visits to Biltmore House and year-round access to the gardens and grounds, Annual Passholders can enjoy a slew of savings, special events, and benefits, including free admission for kids 16 and under.

Things to know if you go:

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