About This Spot
Monday-Saturday 10am-4pm; Sunday 1-4pm. Closed all major holidays. Adults $15; seniors $14; children (6-12) $5; 5 & under free. One hour personally-guided tours. Completed in 1853 by Adelicia Acklen, Belmont was recognized as one of the most elaborate and unusual homes in the South. Adelicia secretly conspired with both the Confederate and Union forces to emerge from the Civil War with her fortune intact. The Grand Salon with its staircase is considered the most elaborate domestic room built in antebellum Tennessee.
Comped Bus Parking
Mon-Sat 10am - 4pm Sun 1 - 4pm
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