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A Special Holiday Event at Biltmore

Patrick Kinkade will be in attendance

Christmas at Biltmore® Limited Edition Release Signing Event

Saturday, November 14th, 2015, Join Patrick Kinkade at at Biltmore, America’s Largest Home®, to celebrate The Thomas Kinkade Company’s newest holiday limited edition release, "Christmas at Biltmore®".   Biltmore transforms into a real-life winter wonderland, making this the one holiday event you won’t want to miss!  Patrick will be on hand to sign books and art, but we ask that you RSVP ahead of time to reserve your time. The first 100 reserved attendees will receive a complimentary autographed copy of “Chasing the Horizon” by Patrick and Thomas Kinkade.


Photo courtesy of The Biltmore Company

Cedric’s Tavern.Photo courtesy of The Biltmore Company

Event Location & Details

Event will be held at Antler Hill Village at Cedric’s Tavern Loft at Biltmore in Ashville, NC, Saturday, November 14th, 11am – 3pm.


Although there is no charge for the Kinkade Event, an estate admission ticket or annual pass is required to enter the estate. We strongly recommend purchasing tickets online and setting up your tour reservation times for Biltmore House prior to your visit. Prints and merchandise will be available for purchase at the event.

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Directions to Biltmore

Biltmore is located in Asheville, North Carolina

Download Estate Map

Download Estate Map

Directions to Cedric’s Tavern Loft

  • Enter at main entrance to Biltmore.
  • If going directly to the print signing event, follow signs to Antler Hill Village.
  • If visiting Biltmore House first, follows signs from the house to Antler Hill Village.
  • Upon entering Antler Hill Village, Cedric’s Tavern is located directly across the center lawn and is building #6 on the map. Entrance to the loft is to the right of the building.

Photo courtesy of The Biltmore Company