Biltmore Downton Abbey: The Exhibition

Biltmore Downton Abbey: The Exhibition

November 8 2019-April 7, 2020
Great news! Downton Abbey is returning to Biltmore. This nationally touring exhibition will feature set recreations, costumes and never-before-seen multimedia elements. Unlike the 2015 costume show inside the house, this new exhibition will be in two locations on the estate: Amherst at Deerpark and The Biltmore Legacy in Antler Hill Village.

The highly popular Downton Abbey series ran for six seasons. The anticipated feature film comes out September 20, 2019.

Biltmore Downton Abbey: The Exhibition
Visit Mrs. Patmore's kitchen.

Inside the new Amherst at Deerpark event space (located between the house and Antler Hill Village), the elaborate displays will feature exclusive multimedia elements, several famous sets and artifacts, giving you a close-up experience of the social history, culture and memorable moments of the show. The recreated sets will include Mrs. Patmore’s kitchen, the busy servants’ quarters, the family’s grand dining room and more. 

Biltmore Downton Abbey Exhibition

The Biltmore Legacy in Antler Hill Village will feature 50+ costumes from the series’ six-year run, connecting characters, fashions, locations and historic events of the post-Edwardian era. 

Downton Abbey: The Exhibition at Biltmore

Biltmore marks the fourth stop of the exhibition’s U.S. tour.  Be sure to plan ahead and buy tickets well in advance. See our Biltmore Insider's Guide to help plan your trip. 

Tickets, Specials & Updates

  • Downton Abbey: The Exhibition is included with daytime tickets and Candlelight Christmas Evening tickets. Biltmore annual passholders must purchase a $20 exhibition ticket.
  • Buy tickets on Biltmore's web site at least 7 days in advance and save $10. 
  • New parking options & shuttles begin October 30, 2019 for safety and convenience. For getting around the estate, you will now have two options: park near the house (Lots A & B) and drive to various estate stops - or park in Central Parking and ride free shuttles to the House, Deerpark, Antler Hill Village, Winery and more. The road by the front of the House and through the Walled Garden will close to become pedestrian friendly. At the estate entrance, a new “Express Lane” will open for passholders for quicker entrance for all.

Biltmore House Christmas

See our Christmas at Biltmore Guide for more details on a visit in November & December. 

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