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When George Vanderbilt envisioned his country retreat of Biltmore in the late 19th century, he modeled the 250-room French Renaissance chateau and grounds after the working estates of Europe. Today the grand 8,000-acre estate carries on the legacy of his renowned landscape architect, Frederick Law Olmsted, with magnificent gardens, sweeping forests, and cultivated farmland. Join Biltmore’s owners, farmers, and chefs to venture behind the scenes on an exploration of Biltmore’s rarely-seen agricultural side, enjoying refreshments as you discover hydroponic greenhouses, a hog field, lamb meadows, and vineyards supplying America’s most-visited winery.
*Ticket does not include access into the Estate house.