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Kids 16 and under admitted FREE at Biltmore

All summer long — bring the kids to Asheville’s Biltmore Estate and they’ll get in FREE with your paid admission. Plus, save $15 off your ticket in June when you buy advance tickets online at least seven days prior to your visit.

Estate Admission includes:

• Self-guided visit of Biltmore House

• Access to the gardens and Antler Hill Village where the winery entrance is located.

• Access to our new Legacy exhibition, The Vanderbilts at Home and Abroad

• Free wine tasting and guided tour at the Winery

• Free parking

Winter Value Tickets at Biltmore Estate

Now through March 31, visitors to Asheville’s Biltmore Estate can save big on tickets when they buy online at least seven days prior to their visit.

Online tickets are just $29 — That’s a 50% savings off the regular season price of $59, which begins in April, 2011.

More Summer Savings at Biltmore Estate

Asheville’s Biltmore Estate is rolling out the savings this summer. We’ve already told you kids 16 and under are admitted FREE through September 7, but there’s also a deal for adults that runs through June 30.

If you buy your tickets online, you receive a $10 savings.

Kids Visit Biltmore Estate FREE all summer

Through September 7, all kids ages 16 and under are admitted FREE to the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, N.C.  when accompanied by a paying adult. In addition, kids 9 and under are FREE year round, and kids 9 and under also eat FREE at Biltmore’s Deerpark Restaurant.

Dads Visit Biltmore Estate FREE on June 21

Biltmore Estate has a special Father’s Day treat. When dads visit on Sunday, June 21, they get in free if they are accompanied by one other paying adult. Pick up dad’s free ticket at Biltmore’s Welcome Center.

Summer is Bargain Time at Asheville’s Biltmore Estate

Asheville’s famed Biltmore House and Gardens offers a family-friendly summer savings plan. From May 22 to September 7, 2009, Kids ages 10 to 16 receive FREE admittance with a paying adult. Kids ages 9 and under are ALWAYS admitted FREE with a paying adult.

This offers a great chance to visit the home George Vanderbilt created in the late 1800s which remains America’s largest private residence. If you caught CBS Sunday Morning on May 17, 2009, then you saw Charles Osgood’s taped broadcast from various spots in the house and around the gardens.

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