Biltmore Village

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In the rolling hills of Asheville, North Carolina, lies the charming historic district of Biltmore Village. Crafted in the late 1800s by the wealthy George Vanderbilt, the nearby owner of Biltmore Estate, the village was designed by the mastermind architect Richard Morris Hunt. The fusion of Tudor Revival, Gothic Revival, and Colonial Revival styles creates a one-of-a-kind architectural marvel.

Since 1989, Biltmore Village has been officially registered as a historic place, attracting visitors from far and wide. The village's diverse range of shops, galleries, and restaurants is perfect for tourists and locals alike. Walking along the cobbled streets, one can't help but be enamored by the numerous historic landmarks and buildings that add to the village's rich heritage.

How to explore Biltmore Village?

  • Biltmore Village is dotted with beautifully restored historic structures. Some of the features, including the Biltmore Village Inn, the Old Kentucky Home Building, and the Cathedral of All Souls, can be seen on a self-guided walking tour.
  • Biltmore Village is well-known for its distinctive shopping experience. There are numerous stores selling everything from handmade jewelry to gourmet chocolates. New Morning Gallery, The Spice & Tea Exchange, and - The Compleat Naturalist are among the most popular shops.
  • There is a mammoth of excellent eateries in Biltmore Village. You can dine casually at Village Wayside Bar & Grille and Moe's Original Bar B Que or upscalely at Rezaz Mediterranean Cuisine or Ruth's Chris Steak House.
  • The community is nestled in the midst of the Blue Ridge Mountains, surrounded by some of the most breathtaking landscapes in the country. Take a leisurely drive on the adjacent Blue Ridge Parkway to take in the breathtaking mountain scenery.
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    3 hours

Address of Biltmore Village

Asheville, North Carolina, USA

Opening & Closing time of Biltmore Village

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