Andrew Jackson and The Hermitage

Andrew Jackson and The Hermitage: Tour the home of our seventh President, Andrew Jackson, and his wife Rachel. The Hermitage is the former plantation that served as the White House in 1819 when Jackson was in Office. On your visit, you can see furniture used by Jackson, view his military sword collection and many other period artifacts including coins, photography equipment and musical instruments. This historic site offers you a unique glimpse into our past filled with memories of one of America’s most remarkable citizens

The Past at Hand

Learn about Andrew Jackson his famous home its famous visitors including Presidents, entertainers and the Hermitage including its buildings, cabins, artifacts and slavery. Ewing is a former board member who ancestors were enslaved at the Hermitage and has been giving tours of the Hermitage for over 25 years.

Private tours may be booked for a maximum of 10 guests and are 2 hours in duration. More time and guests may be requested for an additional fee.