124. Nashville’s Historical Sites


Now is a perfect time to explore Nashville’s many outdoor historical sites. Step inside the beautifully preserved home of our nation’s 7th president at Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage: Home of the People’s President. Enjoy the 1,100 acres of the original farm owned by Andrew Jackson, and learn about life during the 19th century. TheBelleMeadeExterior415x272 Belle Meade Plantation is a 19th century historic Greek Revival mansion commissioned by John Harding in 1845. Guests are welcome to explore the 30 acres of the Belle Meade Plantation which includes the dairy, horse stable, carriage house, mausoleum, gardens, and a log cabin. Learn about Nashville’s role during the Civil War at The Battle of Franklin Trust as you explore the Carter House, and Carnton Plantation. Next, immerse yourself into the past at Travellers Rest Plantation the home of John Overton, one of Nashville’s first political leaders. Make sure to browse through the other great historical sites and museums Nashville has to offer here: www.visitmusiccity.com/nashvillehistory.

124. Nashville’s Historical Sites

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