Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage Named in “10 of the Best Exhibitions in Tennessee” TravelMag Article recently posted an article highlighting 10 of the best exhibitions to catch this spring in Tennessee, and Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage was named to that list.

“Culture vultures visiting Tennessee this spring are in for a treat, with the state’s museums playing host to a diverse roster of exhibitions,” author Paul Joseph writes.

One of the best preserved early U.S. presidential homes, Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage invites visitors to discover how America’s history was shaped in Nashville’s backyard. The 1,120-acre National Historic Landmark features the mansion that Jackson called home before and after his presidency, a garden where he and his wife are laid to rest, a museum, more than 20 other historic buildings and an audio tour that gives more in-depth information for those walking the grounds.

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