Fun Things to Do: The Hermitage

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President Andrew Jackson’s mansion, The Hermitage, is one of Nashville’s most popular historic destinations, which opened as a museum in 1889. It’s considered by many historians to be the best preserved home of an early U.S. president. There are over 1,000 acres of beautiful scenery and architecture, along with hundreds of Jackson’s original belongings and exhibits. Take part in one of the many tour options to get an understanding of Jackson, the mansion, and life in the 1800s.

Pricing (General’s Tour)

  • Adults: $24
  • Seniors (Age 62+): $17
  • Youth (Age 13-18): $15
  • Children (Age 5-12): $10
  • Children 4 & Under: Free

Upgraded experiences are also available, including the President’s Tour, VIP admission, and Hermitage By Wagon Tour. See all options here.

For a true journey through history, put this on your list of places to visit in the Nashville area!