Learn about the life of America's seventh president at Andrew Jackson's Hermitage. His plantation is now a museum and National Historic Landmark. Artifacts and displays provide insight into the Jackson's life and a glimpse of the South of the 1800s. Explore the mansion, grounds, memorials, and tombs. Pick up an audio guide, or join a guided tour to enhance your visit. A wagon tour, available at an additional cost, takes you through the back of the field quarters and focuses on what slavery was like on a 19th-century farm. Refuel with some Southern-style picnic food and a Coke float at the on-site restaurant. You can plan Nashville trip in no time by asking Inspirock to help create your itinerary.
Andrew Jackson's Hermitage reviews
I have been to the Hermitage in the past. I was impressed and decided to bring my family for a visit. I checked to make sure that it was open before traveling from Wisconsin to Tennessee to visit... more »
Last visit before we departed to Dallas was another historical location so we drove to the home of 7th President and Military General Old Hickory himself Andrew Jackson. As you drive in, it's a long..... more »
Wish I could give zero stars. My wife and I visited The Hermitage. Paid $40, and had our enjoyment of the exhibits disrupted by unsupervised kids from school groups. We also had to sit in the 90 plus degree heat while the school groups were pushed ahead of us to tour the home. To solve this problem, it was suggested to the manager that they set a couple of days a week for school groups. This way, adults who want to take their time can do so without a bunch of unsupervised kids running around on the days when there are no school groups. It is wonderful that school groups attend so kids can actually see the home of Andrew Jackson, and his chapter in American History. But, THE TEACHERS AND CHAPERONES NEED TO DO THEIR JOBS TO KEEP THE KIDS UNDER CONTROL. Staff at The Hermitage need to be on the floor removing disruptive kids. I was told by Management at The Hermitage that they know all about this problem. About time they do something about it. Until then, save your money.
The duel performer was 5 stars!!!!! He was informative, fun and captivating. We had a great time listening to him and learning about the real life duel. He was super funny and a great improvisor. The audio trail was wonderful as well and very well done. The mansion and the tour guides were really cool. The only part I felt was left out and I wanted to learn more about was Andrew Jackson’s involvement in the Native American exile. Haunting and amazing they gave history, importance and weight to the hard working and incredible slaves. Overall a great and informative trip.
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