Andrew Jackson's Hermitage Reopens on Mondays

Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage has added Mondays to its days of operation.

Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage has added Mondays to its days of operation. The presidential home is now open five days a week, another step in the National Historic Landmark’s COVID-19 recovery.

Available ticket options include the General's Tour, VIP Tour, In Their Footsteps: Lives of the Hermitage Enslaved Tour, Commander in Chief Tour and the Grounds Pass. The gallery and Born for a Storm exhibit as well as the introductory film, Jackson will remain closed.

On days of operation, the home of the 7th President opens at 9 a.m. and closes at 5 p.m., with the last ticket sold at 4 p.m.

Tickets start at $15 for adults and $8 for children.


Thursdays – Mondays
Media personnel are invited to visit the grounds or mansion with advance notice. Please contact Ann Dee Jones at or (615) 889-2941 ext. 223 if you would like to visit.


Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage
4580 Rachel’s Lane
Hermitage, TN 37076


The Hermitage officially reopened to the public on June 11 with a Grounds Pass, which allows visitors the opportunity to explore the property by foot. Guests are allowed to bring well-behaved dogs, picnics or games on-site.

The Hermitage mansion reopened on July 23 as part of the site’s General’s Tour and specialized tours.

All tickets include a wine tasting at the all new Natchez Hills Winery at Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage. Visitors can also purchase wine flights, wine by the glass or bottle and the popular wine slush as well. The tasting room is located inside the Kitchen Cabinet Café.

Visitors are encouraged to purchase tickets online, but the ticket office will be open for on-site purchases. Tours through the Hermitage Mansion are limited to six visitors at a time, and masks are required on all tours and in all buildings. Social distancing protocols will be in place as guests purchase tickets and encouraged throughout the property.