General Jackson welcomed many important visitors to The Hermitage throughout his life. Continuing his tradition, we welcome you to an enjoyable experience with family and friends as you tour Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage – Home of the People’s President. We offer many regular and seasonal tours and exhibits that are included with your admission ticket or available for purchase. Get more information about admission and hours to plan your visit.
Be sure to check out our digital resources as well. From views of the mansion and our historic garden to discussions with our curatorial team and even our president and CEO, we share little-known facts about The Hermitage and even Andrew Jackson himself, as well as insights on why our team members choose to work at the home of the 7th president. We hope you will enjoy these videos and find them helpful, encouraging and timely. Visit our Videos page for all of our offerings. We also will share updates on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
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Groups are graciously welcomed to The Hermitage. Learn more about group rates and reserving a group tour.
Please note: We encourage you to arrive a minimum of 30 minutes in advance of your Mansion Tour time to allow time to park and make your way to the mansion. The time on your ticket indicates when you need to be in line for your Mansion Tour. There will be a short wait before your tour.
The rest of the site, including the film, audio tour and self-guided tour of the museum, garden and grounds can take place at any time during your visit. The Hermitage Enslaved: A Wagon Tour can be purchased separately.
Hermitage Grounds PassThe Grounds Pass allows visitors access to our 1,120 acres full of history and tranquil beauty, including the historic garden, field quarters, walking trail, museum and film (The Hermitage Mansion is not included).
Commander in Chief TourExperience Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage in an exclusive tour with the President and CEO of the Andrew Jackson Foundation, Howard J. Kittell. This walking tour gives visitors a 90-minute glimpse of the grounds, mansion, garden and tomb where the President and Mrs. Jackson are buried. While in the mansion, visitors have the opportunity to take in the view from the beautiful Hermitage balcony!
The Hermitage Enslaved: A Wagon TourLimit 14 people per tour | $15 per person
The Hermitage Enslaved: A Wagon Tour takes visitors beyond the Hermitage mansion and into the plantation fields where the majority of the enslaved men, women and children worked and lived under the ownership of Andrew Jackson.