Andrew Jackson's Hermitage

Experience the historic mansion and tranquil beauty

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See the Home of the 7th President This Winter

Tour the Greek Revival-style mansion that Andrew Jackson and his family called home. Take a horse-drawn wagon tour. Stroll through a garden fit for a First Lady. See the presidential carriage Jackson used. Stop by the Museum Store for the perfect gift and souvenir. Don’t forget to sample local wine and craft beer in the onsite tasting room, Natchez Hills Winery, and Southern-style cooking at FKS Kitchen.

This 1,120-acre National Historic Landmark is presidential history in Nashville’s backyard.

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Home of the People's President

Andrew Jackson

Tough as Old Hickory

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    Last month, we shared this photo asking you to come up with the best caption–and you did not disappoint! Congratulations to Danielle Brannon for winning two Grounds Passes to Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage with the caption “The childish wonder of the first snowfall connects us to our ancestors; encouraging us to take a moment to live a little more slowly.” Send us a message to claim your passes.
    It is our pleasure to introduce you to Olivia Fryburger, one of our historical interpreters. Find out more about her in our latest Staff Spotlight.

And if you are interested in working for our National Historic Landmark, take a look at the job opportunities available at the link in bio.
    #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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    Love is in the air at Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage ♥️

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    Don’t miss out! Join The Hermitage and @jjacksonmobilemixologist for a Valentine’s-themed cocktail workshop, perfect for a date, Galentine’s night or a group of friends looking for a fun way to celebrate the day of love.  Participants will have the chance to make three drinks while enjoying music, trivia and more fun. All tickets include a stainless-steel bar tools kit (valued at $49).

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    Plan a trip to visit the home of the 7th president for #NationalPlanYourVacationDay. #TheHermitage offers a variety of tours sure to be educational and inspiring for the whole family!

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    Our historic garden team is hard at work in our greenhouse preparing seeds that will be planted in the mansion garden this spring! Check out our latest blog post at the link in bio to keep up with what's happening in the Hermitage Garden.

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    It’s trivia time again! In what year did Andrew Jackson first appear on the $20 bill? Leave your guesses below.
    Our Education department has programs perfect for any age! Check out the link in our bio to learn more about our curriculum-based, hands-on programs available at Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage.
    You could have a chance to win a trip to Music City! Win a trip for you and a guest to Nashville that includes hotel accommodations, tickets to a variety of cultural and historical tours, and more from @visitmusiccity.* Sweepstakes ends February 5, 2022!

*Must be a legal U.S. resident 21 years or older to enter. 

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    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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