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The Hermitage, Home of President Andrew Jackson, is one of the largest and most visited presidential homes in the United States, and recently named the #1 historic house in Tennessee. Today, The Hermitage is a 1,120-acre National Historic Landmark...more
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Fun little piece if history! They have done an amazing job at preserving everything in the house and the grounds are beautiful. The tour guides are informative and have a great sense of humor. Loved learning more about Andrew Jackson and his family. Nice gift...More
Visited Hermitage while in Nashville - needed a break from the bustling down town area and this was the perfect place. Short 20 minute drive from down town. Admission includes self guided tour map and headset. Strolled around for a while, learning all about Jackson...More
I knew little about Andrew Jackson before going to the museum and his home. The experience was very informative. Watch the film before doing anything. It gives you so much information on AJ. We got to watch a duel which was fun & very interesting....More
A must see if you are into US Presidential history and Jackson's estate & political positions are presented accurately without bias.
Allow 5 hours to see this gem. We took the wagon tour w/ guide to get an overview of the estate then walked around....More
I thought $20 per person a little high relative to other places I've visited like this but was glad we went. It provided a fairly objective view on our 7th president starting with a museum detailing his life chronologically including a short movie with historical...More
Lots of history here. If you are a fan of presidential history and plantations this is for you. It starts with a short movie then a tour of the mansion. Then you are free to roam the grounds. There was a duel demonstration the day...More
It's a bit far from central Nashville, so you will need a car or uber ride (a good 30 mins ride). The property is pretty large, and pretty ok when it comes to provide you a good portrait for AJ. If you have the time,...More