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.
Please Note: Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage is closed through April 30th.
Due to social distancing, we bring you Virtual Visits! From mansion tours to behind-the-glass discussions, our staff is here to bring history to your home. Check it out here.
Groups are graciously welcomed to The Hermitage. Learn more about group rates and reserving a group tour.
Hermitage Mansion TourIncluded with admission | Interpreter-led
Walk though The Hermitage mansion guided by in-character interpreters to explore the house of Andrew Jackson restored with hundreds of his original belongings.
Audio TourIncluded with General’s Tour ticket | Self-guided
Discover The Hermitage with our audio tours to learn more about Andrew Jackson’s farm and garden, museum exhibits, Jacksonian era artifacts and more.
President’s Tour$6 Additional Charge | Self-guided
The President’s Tour includes an upgraded audio tour with a new multimedia player so you can access period images, maps of the property and an interactive timeline.
VIP TourIncluded with VIP Admission | 10 a.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays, 9:30 a.m. Sundays | $50 Per Person
The VIP Tour is the ultimate way to experience the home of our 7th President!
The Hermitage By Wagon TourMarch through November, weather permitting | $12 per person with admission, 5 and under free
Tour The Hermitage by horse-drawn wagon for a glimpse into what life was like on this 1,000-acre cotton plantation for Andrew Jackson, his family and the enslaved community.
In Their Footsteps: Lives of the Hermitage Enslaved TourOffered 1 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays | $35 Per Person
The “In Their Footsteps” walking tour with highlight the lives of the enslaved men, women, and children who worked within the Mansion during the life of Andrew Jackson and their stories beyond Jackson’s death and emancipation.