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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Home of the People's President

Andrew Jackson

Tough as Old Hickory

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    Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage enjoys a rich history of outstanding preservation and historical interpretation. 

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    The Hermitage shares Andrew Jackson’s belief in the value of education with a wealth of excellent and challenging educational opportunities for everyone—from school groups to teachers and adults! 

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    It’s Giving Tuesday! Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage is so thankful for the generous philanthropic support that preserves, educates and inspires!

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    It’s almost here! 
Giving Tuesday is tomorrow, November 29!
This annual online giving campaign is designed to raise money and awareness for the Nashville local non-profit community. The Andrew Jackson Foundation is proud to be participating in this campaign again this year!
    #DidYouKnow Our VIP Tour is a deep dive into the life of Jackson and The Hermitage property? This completely guided, 90-minute tour takes you through the museum, into the mansion and onto the grounds and garden, where you will see the burial place of Jackson. This is the only tour where you get to see the front lawn from the mansion’s balcony! 

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    #TheHermitage offers an exclusive 90-minute tour given by our own President and CEO, Howard J. Kittell. 

The Commander-in-Chief Tour gives visitors a glimpse of the grounds, mansion, garden and even the tomb where both Andrew and Rachel Jackson are buried.

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    Established in 1889, the Andrew Jackson Foundation is a private nonprofit organization dedicated to the mission of preserving the home place of Andrew Jackson, creating learning opportunities and inspiring citizenship through experiencing the life and unique impact of Jackson. 
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    Andrew Jackson Jr., General Jackson’s adopted son, married Sarah Yorke of Philadelphia on November 24, 1831. Jackson was initially wary of the match as he was not familiar with the Yorke family but grew to cherish and adore Sarah for the remainder of his life. This #CollectionsFeature is a pearl ring given as a wedding gift from General Jackson to Sarah and contains a lock of his hair on the underside of the setting. Sarah willed the ring to her only daughter, Rachel Jackson Lawrence, upon her death in 1887.
    Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at #TheHermitage!
    We are proud to offer a tour 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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    #OnThisDay November 22, 1814, two years into the War of 1812, Andrew Jackson departed for New Orleans to meet the British invasion. As a General, he made quick, decisive actions to take the war into his own hands, even if that meant his troops were underdogs. Not even two months later, in January 1815, Jackson surprisingly defended New Orleans against a full-scale attack by the British, forcing them to withdraw from Louisiana. This unexpected victory launched an enormous sense of pride as America began to realize its true potential. It also made Jackson the new American hero.

This postcard shows the Andrew Jackson equestrian statue designed by Clark Mills in Jackson Square, New Orleans, Louisiana. The statue was erected in 1856.

Image source: Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage Collection.