$75 for One-Year Admission Pass to Biltmore in Asheville (Up to $129 Value)

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Customer Reviews

157 Ratings

It's beautiful at all seasons!
Deborah H. · September 14, 2013
The Biltmore is a destination! We love the scenery and the staff are fabulous and clearly love their jobs!
Shane C. · June 14, 2013
The home is absolutely beautiful and it is wonderful fantasizing about living there. But more than that is the grounds, there is so much more to enjoy than the house, there is extensive gardens, bike trails, horse trails, winery, and much more. I look forward to seeing all Biltmore has to offer thru the various seasons ahead.
Judi · January 23, 2012

What You'll Get


Most estates are only explored when they decide to sell off their priceless oil paintings or become haunted by a jealous neighbor in a rubber ghost costume. Tour an estate in tip-top shape with today’s Groupon: for $75, you get a one-year admission pass to Biltmore in Asheville (up to a $129 value).

Biltmore estate, an American landmark and the single largest private residence in the nation, squeezes 250 rooms into a four-story, 175,000 square-foot stone mansion modeled on 16th-century French chateaux, sprawled out across 8,000 acres of dizzyingly scenic Carolina countryside. Erected in 1895 as a supersize shoe closet for George Vanderbilt's superfluous foot, the Biltmore house dominates the estate, which comprises gardens designed by Frederick Law Olmsted of Central Park fame, a commercial village with restaurants and shops, an interactive farm, a tourable winery, and endless historical insights into the Victorian Era. Holders of the 12-month pass receive a staggering array of benefits, including unlimited daytime access to the grounds and Antler Hill Village; discounts on guest tickets, shopping, and dining; special member ticket offers; and admission to special events.

Each season at Biltmore estate trumpets new and enticing events; arrive this summer to take in the iconic Tiffany lamps exhibit, or stop by next spring for Festival of Flowers, which thrills guests’ retinas with the chromatic assault of 100,000 blooming tulips. Continuing the celebration from when George Vanderbilt first introduced his friends to the estate in 1895, each year Biltmore decorates for Christmas with thousands of ornaments, dozens of Christmas trees, and hundreds of wreaths. Peruse the estates’ mock itineraries for recommendations on how best to maximize time, energy, and chewing-gum reserves.

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires Jan 31, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Must redeem by 1/31/12 for full value, pass expires 1 year from first visit. Must use all visits by 1/31/13. New members only. Not valid for concerts or Candlelight Christmas at Biltmore. Non-transferable. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Biltmore


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