Andrew Jackson Hermitage Tour
The Hermitage opened to the public in 1889. Occupying 1,120 acres, it is one of the oldest and largest historic site museums in the United States. Guests have been welcomed to The Hermitage for 125 years. It ranks as one of the most visited historic site museums in the country. It attracts visitors from all over the world; thus, tours are available in five languages. Nashville’s premiere historic site, The Hermitage, was once home to our 7th U.S. President, Andrew Jackson, from 1804 until his death in 1845.
Remodeled by Jackson after a fire destroyed much of it in 1837, the mansion is a National Historic Landmark maintained to look just as it did in then. Costumed interpreters lead visitors through the mansion, in which more than 85 percent of the objects are original to Jackson’s lifetime. On the acres surrounding the mansion are the humble log homes where the enslaved community lived and where the Jackson family first settled.
We will leave the hotel lobby at 11:30am for our 10 mile trek to the hermitage for lunch and tour of the grounds. We will return to the hotel by 4:30pm in time to grab dinner before conference time! Price is $22/person or $20 for students for access to the grounds, which is subject to change if our numbers hit the group discount rate.
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