Featured Attraction: Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage

July 19, 2024 | Advertising Disclosure | Our Partners may be mentioned in this article.

The home of the 7th President invites you to step into rich history. Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage is a 1,120-acre National Historic Landmark that tells more about an important time in our nation’s history. One of Nashville’s most popular attractions, The Hermitage first opened as a museum in 1889 and is considered by many historians to be one of the best preserved early presidential homes. Daily tours offer a glimpse into the times of the people who lived here. See the Greek Revival-style mansion that the Jackson family called home. Stroll through the historic garden and see the final burial places of Andrew and Rachel Jackson, as well as many loved ones. Learn more about the lives of the enslaved men, women, and children who lived and worked on this property. Hike trails, listen to the all-new audio tour and see more than 20 historic buildings. Before you leave, be sure to check out the Museum Store for a wide selection of souvenirs and made-in-Tennessee products. Each ticket includes a discounted tasting at the onsite tasting room, Natchez Hills Winery at Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage.

Be sure to keep an eye on their upcoming events, like the popular Sip of History whiskey festival. 

Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage is presidential history in Nashville’s backyard.

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