North Carolinians Will Never Forget Their First Time Visiting The Biltmore Estate In North Carolina
Each year, over a million people visit the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina. It is one of the most popular attractions in North Carolina and the on-site winery is now the most visited winery in the United States. Most North Carolinians have visited Biltmore at least once and have been inspired by the stunning scenery, lush gardens, ornate architecture, and historic relevance. If you haven’t been to the beautiful Biltmore yet, keep reading to find out why it’s one of the state’s most popular attractions!
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Biltmore is currently open to visitors. Biltmore admission starts at $64 per adult. Prices vary by date. Kids ages 10-16 are half the price of adult admission. Kids ages 9 and younger are admitted free. Visit the official Biltmore website for information about ticket prices, activities, events, accommodations, dining and more.
Have you visited the Biltmore Estate? Tell us what you remember about your first visit? What time of the year do you think is the best to visit the estate? Tell us what you think in the comments below!
Liz is a Missouri native with a B.A. in English from Mizzou and a M.A. in Non-Profit Administration from Lindenwood University. She works for a STL metro-area community college and enjoys writing, traveling, and indoor cycling. Her true passion is forcing her encyclopedic knowledge of Missouri facts on uninterested strangers from across the globe!
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