We are delighted to share that Downton Abbey: The Exhibition will remain at Biltmore through September 7, 2020! Though the official reopening date of the Biltmore® House is not yet determined, we look forward to being able to once again share this must-see exhibition with our guests. Rest assured that we will share the official reopening date for Downton Abbey: The Exhibition as soon as we are able and include the updated Summer pricing ticket information.
Discover the timeless hospitality of Biltmore® in Asheville, NC. Experience the breathtaking beauty of Biltmore® House — America’s Largest Home® — and century-old gardens. Explore the 8,000-acre Blue Ridge Mountain backyard, then taste award-winning wines, dine, and shop in Antler Hill Village. Downton Abbey: The Exhibition—an immersive experience featuring set recreations, costumes, and exclusive multimedia elements from the beloved series—will open at Biltmore® on November 8, 2019 for a limited engagement through September 7, 2020. Showcased in two estate locations, this interactive exhibition connects guests with the characters, fashions, and historic events depicted in the global hit television show and new feature film. At Amherst at Deerpark, multimedia presentations enhance the experience of exploring such sets as Mrs. Patmore’s kitchen and the gossip-fueled servants’ quarters. At The Biltmore® Legacy in Antler Hill Village, a stunning display of more than 50 costumes from the series’ six-year run awaits you. This immersive, must-see event is included with your daytime admission tickets.
- An adult summer season ticket purchased from the Carolina Bed & Breakfast is good for a one day visit to the Biltmore® with unlimited daytime house entry, the Downton Abbey Exhibition, access to the grounds, winery tour and gardens.
After your visit to the Biltmore, return home to our historic 1901 Bed & Breakfast built by Richard Sharpe Smith, one of the senior supervising architects of the Biltmore itself. Enjoy our delicious baked goods throughout the day as well as amazing appetizers and wine at our evening reception. Head into town walking or driving past numerous gorgeous houses here in the Montford Historic District that were all built between 1895 and 1920 and imagine how Asheville looked when Edith and George Vanderbilt lived here.
The Biltmore Summer Season ticket price is $TDB per ticket.