Andrew Jackson's Hermitage

Experience the historic mansion and tranquil beauty

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As mandated by the Metro Public Health Department, all visitors ages 13 and older are required to wear face masks while on The Hermitage property. This includes all specialty tours, inside the Mansion and buildings, as well as on the porches of the Mansion.

Guests are welcome to remove masks while walking the grounds. Please maintain six feet of distance from non-household members.

We are now open! We are currently open Thursdays – Sundays from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. with the last ticket sold at 4 p.m. We will also be open for both Labor Day and Columbus Day!

Since closing on March 17, we have anxiously anticipated the return of our visitors and staff, and we are excited to be able to share this 1,120-acre National Historic Landmark with you once again. We are currently offering the Hermitage Grounds Pass, limited General’s Tours, limited VIP Tours and limited In Their Footsteps Tours. 


We will continue to prioritize the safety of all visitors, staff and volunteers throughout our reopening process. To provide an orderly transition while maintaining safety, our reopening is organized into three phases:

  • Phase 1: Grounds Pass only, with several restrictions
  • Phase 2: Grounds Pass plus, with some restrictions lifted
  • Phase 3: Full Access, with most restrictions lifted

We are currently in Phase 2. 

As the COVID-19 situation continues to be fluid, we will monitor the situation and adhere to the guidance of local government officials and medical professionals. We will share more information on the timing of each phase, and what is included, on our website and social media channels.

The Coronavirus pandemic has created significant financial challenges for Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage, and you can help us navigate those challenges by making a gift to the Weathering the Storm campaign. Your generous support today will help to ensure the present and the future of this important piece of our nation’s history.



Thank you for returning to The Hermitage. We are excited to have you back!

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We took the #TNPledge to keep our visitors and staff safe. Together, we can keep Tennessee healthy and open for business. Read the full guidelines at

Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage is proud to be a supporter of the Let’s Go There campaign, joining the collective travel industry, including brands and organizations, from airlines to hotels and resorts, travel advisors, car rentals and theme parks, across every state and city in the U.S. to reignite America’s sense of wanderlust. We are all working together to inspire your next great adventure and ensure your future trips are as healthy and safe as possible.

Ghost Tours at The Hermitage

After dark this fall, embark on a distinctly spooky voyage at Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage as you explore the mansion, grounds and cemetery by lantern light. Along the way, guides present stories of strange encounters such as the ghosts of the Battle of New Orleans and Jackson’s infamous meeting with Tennessee’s Bell Witch. Beware of eerie encounters, possibly even with President Jackson himself.


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! Knowledgeable staff will guide you through a 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