Any trip to Biltmore has to include a trip to the Conservatory. This magical place houses some of the most beautiful blooms on the estate and every time I go I manage to take a plethora of pictures because they plants and flowers are just so beautiful.
With added Covid-19 restrictions entrance to the Conservatory is different than it used to be but quite honestly I really liked it. Guests enter the building on the backside and a friendly employee monitors your entrance so that you are spaced apart and not exceeding safe numbers in the building. It actually helps to have a little bit more room and time to see things. The day we visited we had to wait in a very short line for maybe 5 minutes. Not a big deal.
Another fun thing is that the train display and miniature replicas of various Biltmore estate buildings are woven throughout the building. Flowers and plants surround the train tracks and buildings made of natural materials and the result is spectacular. Of course anything that the Biltmore staff puts together is spectacular so it is not surprising.
Admission to the gardens and Conservatory is included in. your admission cost and as a passholder we like the freedom to go anytime we like and spend a couple of hours just enjoying the beauty.
Planning a trip to Biltmore? Check out their bloom report before you go so you make the most of your spring visit. Click here to go to that report. Let me know what you think of these pictures by leaving me a comment in the comment section. Remember each comment made on any blog post this month means a 50 cent donation to our Comments for a Cause – Ohio Guidestone.