President Andrew Jackson’s Home
From a humble frontier cabin to a stately plantation house, this grand southern estate is a slice of early American history. The Hermitage is the stately home, estate and final resting place of Andrew Jackson, the seventh president of the United States.
Once a prosperous plantation and farm, this National Historic Landmark now serves as a historical plantation and museum, providing insight into 19th-century American life. The Hermitage is located ten miles east of downtown Nashville.