Photo Courtesy of the Biltmore Estate, Asheville, North Carolina

Biltmore Village enjoys not only a close proximity to the Biltmore Estate, but also an inseparable history.  George Vanderbilt envisioned the Village as a planned, self-sustaining community whose formal appearance would compliment his beautiful estate.  To this end, Vanderbilt enlisted the talents of his architect, Richard Morris Hunt, and his landscape architect, Frederick Law Olmsted to plan and oversee the construction of the Village.  Almost all of  Hunt's original buildings survive today in the Village, including All Souls Cathedral, the heart of Biltmore Village, designed for Vanderbilt's personal use as well as the community.

While visiting Historic Biltmore Village, you will want to make a special trip to visit Vanderbilt's Biltmore Estate, located adjacent to Biltmore Village.  Information about the Biltmore Estate, including hours of operation, ticket information, and special events can be found by clicking on the photo above or by visiting

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