Become a member of Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage and receive special benefits and offers and make the most of your experience at The Hermitage.
Your membership includes several great benefits available year-round:
- Unlimited admission to all sites of Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage
- Bi-monthly “Notes from the Curator” e-newsletter, highlighting items from our collection and little-known facts about Jackson and his family
- 10% discount to our Museum Store
- Unlimited tastings at Natchez Hills Winery at The Hermitage
- Discounted member rates for after-hour tours and events
Your funds directly support the mission of Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage.
We encourage all members to reserve their tour tickets in advance of their visit.
Please allow at least 60 minutes for processing for new members or expired renewals who wish to secure tickets online TODAY at the member rate.
To purchase a gift of membership, please call 615-889-2941 or visit our Ticket Office.
Hermitage Membership Levels
|Type of Membership||One-Year||Two-Year|
|Individual||One Year: $50||Two Year: $90|
|Dual||One Year: $65||Two Year: $120|
|Family||One Year: $80||Two Year: $150|
|Senior||One Year: $45||Two Year: $80|
|Student/Teacher||One Year: $30||Two Year: N/A|
Friend $100* (Family Hermitage Membership Benefits PLUS 2 guests)
Patron $250** (Family Hermitage Membership Benefits PLUS 4 guests)
Sustainer $500*** (Family Hermitage Membership Benefits PLUS 6 guests)
*includes $20 Annual Fund gift
** includes $170 Annual Fund gift
***includes $420 Annual Fund gift
No matter which option you choose, your membership to The Hermitage is tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. It is greatly appreciated as it directly funds education programs and preservation efforts.Join Now
How Your Hermitage Membership Contributes
Your membership to Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage helps to preserve the property, create learning opportunities and increase the ways we can share the story of Jackson’s legacy with future generations.
PRESERVE 1,120 acres of original farmland, one of the largest open spaces in the greater Nashville area, in addition to 24 buildings and structures including President Andrew Jackson’s Greek-Revival mansion, the Hermitage garden, the Hermitage church, and former slave cabins.
EDUCATE more than 30,000 students, teachers and history enthusiasts through onsite classes, Hands On History programs, Travelin’ Classrooms across the state, and video courses and online resources provided across the United States and internationally.
INSPIRE more than 200,000 visitors each year, making Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage, Home of the People’s President one of the most visited historic sites in the country.Join Now