The Hermitage / Ladies Hermitage Association
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4850 Rachel's Lane Hermitage TN 37076 USA
The mission of the Ladies’ Hermitage Association, a nonprofit organization founded in 1889 to preserve the home of President Andrew Jackson, is to serve as a learning resource for a diverse public.
The Hermitage, Home of President Andrew Jackson is open for tours daily except Thanksgiving, Christmas and the third week of January. Tours include interpreter-led tours of the Hermitage mansion and self-guided tours of the grounds, gardens, slave quarters and archaeological sites. Audio tours of the site are available in English and Spanish in adult and children's versions at no additional cost. Also included are an introductory film, museum exhibits and interpretive panel exhibits on the grounds. Seasonally, Tulip Grove mansion is open for visitation and there may be special interpreter-led tours of the Hermitage church, gardens and grounds. A horse-drawn wagon ride interpreting the enslaved community's experience is available at an additional charge.
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