November 2021 – February 2023
See this unique, immersive experience at Biltmore! The exhibition series, Legends of Art & Innovation, features three different large-scale, multi-sensory displays showcasing the lives and masterpieces of Van Gogh, Monet, and Da Vinci. Components of this long-running series will tie into the treasures that George Vanderbilt was so famously known to collect in his grand home in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Buy tickets on Biltmore's website.
Leonardo da Vinci – 500 Years of Genius
July 14, 2022 – February 20, 2023
Inventor, artist, scientist, engineer, sculptor, anatomist, musician, architect, philosopher – Leonardo da Vinci was all of these things. His many extraordinary achievements are showcased in Leonardo da Vinci – 500 Years of Genius, the world’s most comprehensive Leonardo da Vinci experience.
This immersive experience is created and produced by Grand Experiences and Sensory 4 Immersive Technology.
Van Gogh Alive
November 5, 2021- March 5, 2022
His masterworks have been displayed around the world for over a century… but never like this. Described as “an unforgettable multi-sensory experience,” Van Gogh Alive is a powerful and vibrant symphony of light, color, sound, and scent that compels you to leave the world behind and immerse yourself in Van Gogh’s paintings. Simultaneously enchanting, entertaining, and educational, Van Gogh Alive stimulates all the senses and opens the mind.
Monet & Friends
March 9 - July 10, 2022
Monet & Friends – Life, Light & Colour pays homage to Claude Monet and the Impressionist painters of the mid-19th century right through to the early 20th century, exploring not only the paintings themselves but the history of the Impressionist movement amid the social and political turbulence of the time. It takes visitors back to a time where the face of European art was set to change forever. In a rich, dynamic display of light, color, and sound, the masterpieces of the Impressionists come to life. Breathtaking paintings are projected on an enormous scale, illuminating the bold brushstrokes of Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Paul Cézanne, Edgar Degas, and many more.