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October 2017

Ghost Tours

October 4 @ 7:00 pm - October 31 @ 10:30 pm

Do you believe in ghosts? Do you get a thrill from hearing about paranormal activity? If so, The Hermitage Ghost Tours are for you! Join us for an exclusive, after hours tour through the Mansion and Jackson’s tomb while learning about encounters with those who “haunt the property.” This 90-minute tour tells ghostly tales about the Battle of New Orleans, the Bell Witch, and even the General himself!... You’ll never believe what you are going to hear.. Only 25 people…

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Annual Plant Sale

October 14 @ 8:30 am - November 4 @ 5:30 pm

Join us here at Andrew Jackson's Hermitage for our two-week long annual plant sale. Plants will be outside the museum store here at the Hermitage. Gardeners will be on hand from 9-1 on October 14th to answer questions. Plants will be on sale through museum store for another two to three weeks or till supplies run out. Simply bring the desired plants into the museum store for purchase. Some of the plants we will have for sale: Peonies Lilies of the…

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The Hermitage Gala

October 27 @ 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm

A Letter from Our Gala Co-Chairs: It is our honor to serve as the 2017 Hermitage Gala Co-Chairs, and to partner with such a worthy organization.  Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage is a national historic treasure and a point of local and state pride. Proceeds from this year’s event will help strengthen the Andrew Jackson Foundation’s education and public programming as well as assist the organization with its ongoing preservation and restoration projects. Laura Niewold and Lisa Manning The Hermitage opened its…

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November 2017
A girl at an exhibit

Hermitage Home School Days

November 10 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

November 10, 2017 – Crop to Cloth: Fiber Arts at the Hermitage With its towering trees, fragrant flowers, and manicured lawn the Hermitage today looks like a park! But when Jackson purchased the farm in 1804 his focus was on carving out a life from the land. The Hermitage farm was devoted to producing cotton, Jackson’s cash crop, along with corn and other garden crops to sustain the Hermitage family, enslaved and livestock. Today the Hermitage still maintains a cotton…

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