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The Hermitage-Home of President Andrew Jackson

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4580 Rachels Ln
Davidson County, TN 37076

 (615) 889-2941

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"Then cut across to Cherokee and go through the Great Smoky Mountain National Park to Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge  Before you get to Nashville be sure to visit The Hermitage-Home of President Andrew Jackson"  See More

"The only place I visited in Nashville (I'm not a country music fan) was also something I think you should not miss and that is The Hermitage-Home of President Andrew Jackson which is a little way out of town."  See More

"The one place that I would want to stop in Nashville would be The Hermitage-Home of President Andrew Jackson Asheville is much closer to Charleston."  See More

"Places worth seeing are The Hermitage-Home of President Andrew Jackson, Opryland Hotel, Belle Meade Plantation."  See More

"Being a Nashville native, I have to suggest seeing Union Station Hotel, Autograph Collection®​ even if it’s just to look around, the Nashville Symphony | Schermerhorn Symphony Center​ (which is the most acoustically sound building in the world and also breathtakingly beautiful), eating at The Hermitage Hotel​ downtown and having something on the menu that has been served for 100 years, the dance parties downstairs at Woolworth On Fifth​ downtown, a Tennessee Performing Arts Center​ show and a cruise on the General Jackson Showboat​ which is a wonderful experience in talent, history and hospitality. The Nashville ghost tours are also a lot of fun and you learn a lot about the history with a tour of the city. The Frist Art Museum​ is a great thing if you love art and 12 South​ is a nice street to walk, shop and eat. These are some suggestions beyond the country music Broadway scene. If you love history be sure and look into the Belle Meade Mansion​, Cheekwood Botanical Gardens and Museum of Art​, Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage​ and the Belmont Mansion​."

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