Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage Guidebook
Comprised of 1,120 acres, this National Historic Landmark includes the mansion, plantation, and buildings that were home to three generations of the Jackson family and hundreds of enslaved people.
This official guidebook is designed to help you make the most of your visit and enrich your experience even after you’ve returned home. With little-known details about the sites and exhibits, captivating images, and fascinating historic facts, it provides a compelling look at one of the country’s oldest and most visited presidential museums.
Andrew Jackson’s home, The Hermitage, was the center of his universe-an imposing Greek Revival mansion set on 1,200 acres of quiet woodlands and fertile fields in Middle Tennessee. Today, The Hermitage, a National Historic Landmark, offers insight into life on a nineteenth century plantation and a glimpse of its owner , the seventh president of more…