A Historic cathedral
We are thrilled that you are considering The Cathedral of All Souls for your wedding, and believe that you will find the magnificent architecture and attractive green spaces to be among the top picturesque settings in all of Western North Carolina.
The Cathedral of All Souls is an Episcopal church located in the historic village of Biltmore in Asheville, North Carolina. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, All Souls was completed in 1896 as the parish church in Biltmore Village for the nearby Biltmore Estate. It was designated the Cathedral of the Episcopal Diocese of Western North Carolina in 1995. Designed by the renowned architect Richard Morris Hunt, All Souls features Romanesque revival architecture and a Greek Cross short nave, as well as beautiful stained glass windows and Frederick Law Olmsted inspired grounds. The cathedral can hold 250 guests, including the wedding party.