Andrew Jackson's Hermitage

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Wine Tasting at Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage

Natchez Hills Winery at Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage offers guests the experience of enjoying and learning more about the 7th President’s historical ties to wine while tasting wines made locally here in Middle Tennessee! Staff will guide you through a discounted tasting of different varietals, educating new wine drinkers and sharing stories with the seasoned connoisseur.

Enjoy indoor and outdoor seating overlooking the beautiful Hermitage grounds or take a wine slush to go for a walk around the property. No matter what kind of wine you enjoy, there is something for everyone at Natchez Hills Winery at Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage.


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Mansion & Grounds

Home of the People's President

Andrew Jackson

Tough as Old Hickory

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    #DidYouKnow Our VIP Tour includes a guided tour of the Hermitage mansion, grounds, garden and Jackson’s tomb - and the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to take in the view of the front lawn from the mansion’s balcony? This is the ultimate way to experience the home of the 7th president!

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    It’s not too late! Ballots for @NashvilleScene “Best of Nashville” are open until September 6th. Vote for Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage in the “Best Place to Take Out-of-Towners” and “Best Museum” categories!
    We love seeing groups visit #TheHermitage! Several performance groups visited us this past school year, providing lovely melodies for visitors and staff alike. Find out everything The Hermitage has to offer to groups of 15 people or more at the link in bio.
    Spend Labor Day at #TheHermitage with HALF OFF Grounds Passes! Use code HermHalfOff online only to purchase your tickets. Discount is valid 9/2 - 9/5/22 and can be used for up to 4 adult tickets per transaction. 
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    Engagement photos are more fun when the whole family is involved!❤️
    Did you know every ticket purchased to #TheHermitage includes a discounted wine tasting* in the @natchezhillswinery tasting room? Stop in to try out “The Retreat” and “Born for a Storm,” both of which are unique to Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage! A portion from every bottle sold goes toward our education and preservation efforts.

*Available to ticket holders over 21 years of age.
    If you have plans to attend the Tennessee State Fair, add a stop to #TheHermitage with $3 off Grounds Passes with code TNStateFair. Offer is valid today through 8/27. 

*This offer can be redeemed online only for up to 4 tickets per transaction.

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    From Jr. Docent to Interpretation staff! Maggie joined our interpretation team over the summer while home from college where she majors in English with a minor in history. Maggie participated in The Hermitage's Jr. Docent program when she was 11 and was stationed in front of the mansion. Take a look at this side by side of Maggie then and now!
    Thanks to the research of our historians on staff,  our tour guides are able to tell stories highlighting the lives of some of the enslaved men and women who lived at The Hermitage during the life of Andrew Jackson and after his death. Take our In Their Footsteps Tour  to learn how vital their lives were to the operation of the farm, the harsh reality of the enslaved system and how these men and women endured.

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    Our Education department is gearing up for back to school with educational programs perfect for any age! Check out our website at the link in bio to learn more about our curriculum-based, hands-on programs available at Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage.
    Are you a #BookLover? Join the Jackson’s Library Card Virtual Book Club on Tuesday, September 6th, to discuss Memoir of a Revolutionary War Soldier: the Narrative of Joseph Plumb Martin by Joseph Plumb Martin.

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#NationalBookLoversDay #BookClub #TheHermitage
    Digging In: Welcome to The Hermitage Garden on September 8th is an evening for garden and plant enthusiasts—and those that love taking in the beauty of both! 
This program will feature a history of the garden, current projects and developments and the vision for the garden’s future. Join Historic Garden Manager Bradley Roberts for this discussion, which will also include the differences between historic and heirloom plants and how we use them in our garden. The evening will conclude with a tour of the garden.
Doors open at 5 p.m. The program will begin at 5:30 p.m.
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