We are excited to be able to share this 1,120-acre National Historic Landmark with you once again! We are currently open Thursdays – Mondays, from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., with the last ticket sold at 4 p.m.
Temporary Visitor Guidelines
The safety of our guests and staff is our top priority. We are asking all visitors to support our efforts to create a safe environment by adhering to the following guidelines:
- Per CDC guidelines, facial masks are no longer required. We encourage you to consider wearing a mask while inside buildings and to maintain 6 feet distance from those not in your party.
- Please visit us another day if you feel sick or are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19.
- Use every day preventative measures (ex. wash hands, don’t touch eyes/nose, etc.).
- Bring your debit or credit cards. No cash will be accepted.
- Take advantage of the hand sanitizer stations available throughout the property.
Current Ticket Options
The following ticket options are available. Please select an option to learn more about the schedule and pricing for each tour.
We strongly encourage purchasing Mansion Tour tickets, as well as tickets for specialty tours, in advance.
The Grounds Pass grants access to our 1,120 acres full of history and tranquil beauty, including a garden, field quarters, historical markers, wildlife and more. It DOES NOT include access to the mansion. Leashed dogs are welcome.
The Mansion Tour
The Mansion Tour includes admission to the grounds and The Hermitage mansion, a self-guided audio tour, and a self-guided tour of Hermitage farmland.
In Their Footsteps Tour
The In Their Footsteps Tour tells the stories of lives of the enslaved men and women who lived and worked at The Hermitage. A guide will lead you on this walking tour through the grounds.
The VIP Tour includes a fully guided tour through The Hermitage mansion, with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to take in the view from the Hermitage balcony, as well as a tour of the grounds, tomb, garden and Born for a Storm exhibit.
The Hermitage Enslaved: A Wagon Tour
The Hermitage Enslaved: A Wagon Tour takes visitors beyond the Hermitage mansion and into the fields where the majority of the enslaved men, women and children worked and lived under the ownership of Andrew Jackson. On the tour, your wagon driver will convey the story of how the cash crop of cotton and the forced labor needed to produce it were vital to the economy and lifestyle of the Jackson family.
Commander in Chief Tour
Experience Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage in an exclusive tour with the President and CEO of the Andrew Jackson Foundation, Howard J. Kittell. The Commander in Chief 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!
We took the #TNPledge to keep our visitors and staff safe. Together, we can keep Tennessee healthy and open for business. Read the full guidelines at TNPledge.com.
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