Events & Activities

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Stroll through America’s largest home on a marked route, assisted by knowledgeable guides along the way. See displays of art, furniture, and more that illustrate the lives of the Vanderbilt family, their guests, and employees during the Gilded Age. 

This guided tour begins with training conducted by an expert guide who will teach your group how to travel by Segway. Once all are comfortable aboard their two-wheeled, self-balancing personal vehicles, the tour will begin down the paved Lagoon Trail.

Test your skills as clay targets are thrown from strategically placed traps in various combinations on our 5-Stand or Sporting Clays course. Lasts 60–90 minutes.

Relax on a 60-minute ride aboard a classic 6-passenger carriage. Enjoy Biltmore’s beautiful scenery just as Vanderbilt guests did over a century ago.

 

Call 828-225-6398 to reserve.

Enjoy complimentary tastings of more than 20 of our celebrated wines as our wine hosts take you on a journey through reds, whites, and rosés.

After instruction and off-road training exercises, your expert guide will lead the way down the paved Lagoon Trail, followed by hard-packed dirt and gravel surfaces.

Spend the day with our expert instructors honing and perfecting your skills on our 5-Stand and Sporting Clays courses. Lunch at Cedric’s Tavern included.

View 60 years of Vanderbilt wedding fashion, featuring the first ever display of the Lee family wedding veil worn by Mary Lee Ryan at her marriage to Vanderbilt’s grandson in 1957 as well as by her cousin Jacqueline Lee Bouvier at her 1953 marriage to future President John F. Kennedy.

A casual and relaxing way to extend the Biltmore experience, Antler Hill Village & Winery connects the estate’s past and present with dining, shopping, exhibits, world-class food and wine, and more.

After training, this tour follows gravel and dirt roads to the estate’s west side where you will enjoy beautiful views of pastures and vineyards while learning about Biltmore’s agricultural facilities.

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