Full Tour of Andrew Jackson's Hermitage Mansion and Grounds 7th president of the United States
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The Hermitage - Travel Thru History, Nashville, TN
To learn about 7th President Andrew Jackson, Travel Thru History heads to his home, The Hermitage in Nashville, TN.
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Andrew Jackson's Hermitage General Admission
Visit Andrew Jackson's Hermitage near Nashville with this General Admission ticket.
Step inside the home of the seventh president of the United States, Andrew Jackson. Walk through the rooms of the historic estate just outside of Nashville, and learn about the life of the former president. Costumed guides will share stories and answer questions about the hundreds of original possessions preserved in the mansion, as well as the dark days during which the property served as a functioning plantation. Explore the estate grounds to see the old buildings, gardens, and Jackson family cemetery.
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The Hermitage - Nashville TN
#ilovervlife #hermitage #nashvilletours Please note: This is a release of an past iLoveRVlife video due to a music copyright strike. For those new to out channel, we hope you enjoy the tour. We had the opportunity to visit The Hermitage, the 7th president of the United States, Andrew Jackson's home in Nashville TN. Andrew Jackson purchased the land in the early 1800's completing the first home between 1819 and 1821. The current structure is the 3rd rebuild completed in 1837 after heavy fire damage. This was a great opportunity to visit a part of early 1800's history, discover life during this period, even the political struggles that had a great impact on our nation. One other point. There are many aspects of life during this period and this presidency that offer dark parts to US history and the people it impacted. A statement was made by one of the presenters during the introductory video viewed in the museum stating: History is messy. I couldn't agree more. I'm a huge history buff. My hope is we learn from our history, regardless of what occurred at that time and never to return to the darker parts.
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The Hermitage Home of President Andrew Jackson – Nashville, Tennessee (TRAVEL GUIDE) | Episode# 3
This is “The Hermitage – Home of President Andrew Jackson” travel guide for visitors to Nashville, Tennessee in the US.
This visit to the Hermitage in Nashville covers –
- Introduction to The Hermitage, Home of Andrew Jackson, the seventh President of the United States, now a historical plantation and museum,
- how to get to The Hermitage in Nashville, TN by Car
- The Hermitage Address, Parking, Entrance and Open hours for new visitors to Nashville, and
- things to do and see at The Hermitage with travel tips.
The Hermitage is located in Davidson County, Tennessee, 10 miles east of downtown Nashville.
Details on topics covered in this Hermitage travel guide video are below:
1). Introduction the Hermitage for new visitors to Nashville, Tennessee,
2). Information on how to get to the Hermitage by Car in Nashville,
3). Detailed information on the Hermitage – like location, Car Parking, Entrance fee, Hours, restrooms, structures and more,
4). Things to see and do the Hermitage like Andrew Jackson Historic home, Grounds of the Hermitage, trail walk, historical structures, Garden, etc, and
5). Travel tips for visitors visiting the Hermitage in Nashville, Tennessee.
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Nashville: Andrew Jackson's Hermitage
The Hermitage is a historical plantation and museum located 10 miles (16 km) east of downtown Nashville. The plantation was owned by Andrew Jackson, the seventh President of the United States, from 1804 until his death at the Hermitage in 1845. Jackson only lived at the property occasionally until he retired from public life in 1837. Enslaved men, women, and children, numbering nine at the plantation's purchase in 1804 and 110 at Jackson's death, worked at the Hermitage and were principally involved in growing cotton, its major cash crop. It is a National Historic Landmark.
The Hermitage is built in a secluded meadow that was chosen as a house site by Rachel Jackson, wife of Andrew Jackson. From 1804 to 1821, Jackson and his wife lived in a log cabin, with slaves occupying two additional log structures. Together, the complex formed the First Hermitage, with the structures known as the West, East, and Southeast cabins.
Jackson commissioned construction of a more refined house, and the original mansion was a two-story, Federal-style building built with bricks manufactured onsite using skilled slave labor.
The site today covers 1,120 acres (450 ha), which includes the original 1,050-acre (420 ha) tract of Jackson's plantation.
After Rachel Jackson died in 1828, Jackson had her buried in the garden she loved.
Behind the mansion, is a slave cabin known as Uncle Alfred's Cabin. Alfred Jackson was born into slavery at the Hermitage around 1812. He worked there as a freedman after Emancipation and stayed on as caretaker following the purchase of the estate in 1889 by the Ladies' Hermitage Association. Jackson died in 1901 and was buried near the tomb of the President and Mrs. Jackson.
Elected President in 1828, Jackson enlarged the Hermitage during his first term. After an 1834 fire destroyed much of the interior of the house, he rebuilt and refurnished it. At the end of his second term in 1837, Jackson retired to the Hermitage, where he died in 1845. Andrew Jackson was buried in the garden next to his wife.
Throughout his life, Jackson expanded the plantation to an operation of 1,000 acres (400 ha), with 200 acres (81 ha) used for cotton, the commodity crop, and the remainder for food production and breeding and training racehorses.
Andrew Jackson's grandson, Andrew Jackson III, and his family were the last to occupy the Hermitage. The family moved out in 1893, and it ceased being a family residence. The Hermitage was opened to the public by the Ladies' Hermitage Association, who had been deeded the property by the State of Tennessee for use as a museum of both Jackson's life and the antebellum South in general. The Association restored the mansion to its appearance in 1837. Over time, the organization bought back all the land that had been sold, taking ownership of the last parcel that restored the plantation boundaries in 2003.
The mansion is the most accurately preserved early presidential home in the country. Each year, the home receives more than a quarter million visitors, making it the fourth most visited presidential residence in the country (after the White House, Mount Vernon, and Monticello). The property was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1960.
Trump Speaks At Andrew Jackson's Home- Full Event At Hermitage
President Donald Trump celebrates his predecessor Andrew Jackson, hailing the former president as an inspiration and drawing comparisons between them.
Trump says on the 250th anniversary of Jackson's birth that Jackson was one of our great presidents.
He says Jackson opposed the arrogant elite and asked the audience: Does that sound familiar to you?
Trump speaks in front of the Hermitage - Jackson's home in Nashville, Tennessee — which he toured before delivering remarks.
He says the visit was inspirational, and added that I'm a fan.
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Andrew Jackson's Hermitage
The very last attraction we got to experience was our seventh president, Andrew Jackson's, home in Nashville which he called The Hermitage.
The attraction costs $17/adult and, in our opinion, is definitely worth the money.
When we first arrived, we were given one set of headphones, a digital audio player, and a museum map complete with numbers at each point of interest that you could plug your headphones into the digital player and listen to interesting facts and stories on that specific part of the tour. We had never been on an audio tour before, and we firmly believe it enriched our experience at the Hermitage.
Overall, we loved visiting the Hermitage for the history of it (although the slave aspect of it was enough to make anyone dislike Jackson).
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In July, 2009, I visited the home of President Andrew Jackson, just outside Nashville, Tennessee. Here is a short video I complied of my visit.
Touring the Hermitage. Home of President Andrew Jackson
Collage of photographs from my recent visit to the Hermitage. Sadly there was no photography allowed inside the house which was a bummer, because the house is 90% original. Definitely a must see for Tennessee residents. The museum along with the landscaping is well managed and highly detailed. Loved my visit.
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The Hermitage - Home of Andrew Jackson
Andrew Jackson was one of our most colorful and controversial Presidents of the United States. This Time to Travel video visits his plantation home and final resting place, The Hermitage, in Nashville, Tennessee. We look at some of the life events that shaped his character and how he lived as both a patriot and champion of the common man while at the same time owning slaves and overseeing the mass forced relocation of Indian tribes in the so called trail of tears.