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Interiors, exteriors of Biltmore House; aerials of Biltmore House and gardens.
Footage of Biltmore’s gardens during the seasons, including Tulips in Walled Garden, Azalea Garden, aerials, exteriors of Biltmore House, ground and aerial shots of canola field.
The Inn on Biltmore Estate
The Inn aerials; guests at The Inn and Spa.
Winery exteriors; guests in the wine tasting room.
Antler Hill Village, Summer
Summertime foliage, Village Green, shop exteriors, bandstand with band playing, Cornelia & Cedric statue, farmyard, roosters, goats, chicks, kids, historic barn, blacksmith, corn husk doll makers.
Carriage rides, biking, horseback riding and fly-fishing.
Christmas at Biltmore
Interiors and exteriors of Biltmore House during Christmas; Banquet Hall tree arriving; Christmas tree selection at tree farm.
Christmas Tree Raising Time-Lapse
Time-lapse footage with music of 35-foot-tall Christmas tree being brought into the Banquet Hall, raised into place and decorated.
Tree Raising at Biltmore
Santa escorts the 35-foot Fraser fir to Biltmore House. More than 40 Biltmore employees transport and raise the massive tree in the Banquet Hall.
Christmas lighting decorations in Antler Hill Village, Winery Tasting Room ceiling decorations, Front Lawn Christmas tree in front of Biltmore House.
Fall at Biltmore
Fall season footage of Biltmore’s gardens and grounds, garden aerials, guests on the estate and The Inn exteriors.
Summer at Biltmore
Summer season footage of Biltmore's gardens and grounds, The Inn exteriors, Antler Hill Village and Vineyard.
Biltmore Concert Series
General aerial footage of Biltmore’s annual Concert Series during summer.
A Vanderbilt House Party - The Gilded Age
Footage of exhibition elements including reproductions of clothing worn by the Vanderbilt family; behind the scenes with Biltmore’s curatorial team readying the exhibition, Biltmore archival photography, and an interview with Biltmore’s Leslie Klingner.