The Conservatory at Biltmore Estate is almost as beautiful as the mansion. Designed by the Biltmore House architect, Richard Morris Hunt, it was placed at the lower end of the garden, so as not to obstruct the view from Biltmore House.
There are four main rooms. The “Palm House,” a cool house, hot house and orchid house. There heated space in the Conservatory is over 7,000 square feet, making it the perfect place to explore when you visit during cold months.
In 1897, the Conservatory began providing flowers and plants for All Souls church in Biltmore Village. A tradition that continues to this day.