Jan 28 2021
Mar 01 2021
Stories from the Hermitage Slave Community

Stories from the Hermitage Slave Community

Presented by Andrew Jackson's Hermitage at Andrew Jackson's Hermitage

The Hermitage story is not just the story of Andrew Jackson and his family. In fact, the Jackson family story cannot be told without the stories of the 150 enslaved Africans who lived and worked at The Hermitage. Through scant documents, archaeology and oral tradition, an image of The Hermitage slave community has emerged. This temporary exhibit highlights stories of just a handful of the Hermitage enslaved, reflecting the struggle and contributions of individuals and families who supported The Hermitage and the Jackson family.

Source: Official Website

Admission Info

Included with General Admission

$19/Seniors (Age 62+)
$17/Students (Age 13-18)
$12/Children (Age 6-12)
FREE Admission/Active Military and Children (5 & under)

Phone: (615) 889-2941

Dates & Times

2021/01/28 - 2021/03/01

Location Info

Andrew Jackson's Hermitage

4580 Rachel's Lane, Hermitage, TN 37076

Parking Info

FREE Parking

Accessibility Info