Celebrate the Holidays at Andrew Jackson's home!
Teams compete in this annual tournament to support The Hermitage.
Andrew Jackson's home plays host to local artists.
Matt Fischer from "Picture This: Creative Framing and Gallery" explains how the city of Nashville is coming together to set a new world record for largest Cardboard Mosaic at The Hermitage!
James Yasko, Director of Education and Interpretation, discusses a scandal that ensnared Jackson during his Presidency.
James Yasko, director of Education and Interpretation, tells the story of how The Hermitage church was created for Andrew Jackson's wife Rachel here on the property.
Come to The Hermitage for a special lantern tour, a unique way to experience Andrew Jackson's home.
The Spookiest family Halloween event in Nashville.
It took this gentleman over 2 hours to complete this piece of art, and we turned it into 6 minutes. ENJOY
Director of Education and Interpretation, James Yasko, details the events of the first assassination attempt on an American President.
Jim Sharp shows you some behind the scene details about The Hermitage, home of President Andrew Jackson
James Yasko, Director of Education and Interpretation, details the Benton Debacle and the shoot out that left Andrew Jackson wounded.
James Yasko takes a look at one of the smelliest parts of American history.
Staff member Rosetta Graham discusses President Reagan's visit in 1972.
Toni Guzzi describes the restoration process of the "first" Hermitage's siding.
An information video regarding the garden tours offered at The Hermitage.
The Hermitage attempts a world record for the longest box mural with the help of Deliotte Volunteers.
Pulitzer Prize winning author Jon Meacham gives a speech commemorating the War of 1812.
One of the featured events at the Civil War Event at the Hermitage.
Rachel and Andrew's tomb gets repairs at The Hermitage.
A program celebrating African-American music & cultural traditions.
Annual Wreath Laying Ceremony. February 23, 2013 at The Home of President Andrew Jackson during Black History Month
In the summer of 1862, the 2nd Georgia Calvary visited The Hermitage. This is what happened.
Chris Young explains the wallpaper restoration process at The Hermitage.
Experience Sundays LIVE, a compelling living history series that explores the 19th century early republic and takes visitors further into the stories of the people that made The Hermitage home.