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The expanse of color continues outside as the estate’s hardwood forests transform into a tapestry of ruby, amber, gold and amethyst hues. Take a walk along the manicured trails that weave through the estate’s gardens, or enjoy a bird’s-eye view with Biltmore House’s Architect’s Tour. This 60-minute guided tour delves into the design of Biltmore House and promises picture-perfect panoramic views from the house’s rooftop and balconies.
The peak of fall color also coincides with harvest time in the mountains. The Winery is bustling with the energy of the local grape harvest, allowing guests to see the process involved in making our award-winning wines.
Meanwhile, Biltmore’s Kitchen Garden and local farms are at their peak and provide estate chefs with a cornucopia of fresh ingredients. Biltmore’s Field to Table Program ensures every estate restaurant serves an exciting menu reflective of the season.
Antler Hill Village has much to offer, including the Winery. At the Outdoor Center, activities can be reserved, including carriage rides, horseback riding, Segway tours and the Land Rover Experience Driving School. Explore 20+ miles of trails for hiking and biking! And enjoy outdoor dining and shopping.
View from near the Statue of Diana.
With brilliant colors of purple and gold, Biltmore’s Fall gardens is one of the Southeast’s most extensive fall garden displays. Biltmore’s landscaping team has nurtured thousands of mums to bloom in colors of purple and gold, filling the estate’s Walled Garden. The Shrub Garden boasts more color in the Fall than any other time of year, with bright leaves ranging from yellows to purples. Whether you visit in September when the Beautyberries and Dogwoods flourish or in November while Red Oaks in the Deerpark finish out the year, Biltmore presents several options for taking in brilliant Fall color throughout the season.