Take a photo tour inside Biltmore House to see this year’s Christmas decorations! This year’s festive celebration includes 56 Christmas trees (including the favorite 40-foot tree in the Banquet Hall), 1,000 poinsettias, miles of garland and lights, live music and inspirational holiday demonstrations. See our Christmas at Biltmore Guide for details, tips for visiting and a video. Many area Asheville hotel and B&Bs have Biltmore Packages that include tickets; see them at www.romanticasheville.com/packages.html. Biltmore Estate is open every day, including Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
Biltmore House takes on a warm glow during Candlelight Christmas Evenings (separate ticket required) creating a unique holiday experience that you will remember for many years. Choirs and ensembles perform traditional music throughout the house. The front lawn glows with a 55-foot Norway spruce with 45,000 lights and 300 luminaries line the drive. Click here to read more!
Watch our video tour of the 2013 Biltmore House Christmas decorations: