Historic Nashville Bus Tour with Andrew Jackson's Hermitage & State Museum

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  • Day Trip
  • Live Guide
  • 6.5 hr

See the Historic Side of Tennessee & Nashville. History buffs, this one is for you! TENNESSEE STATE MUSEUM Your tour starts at the Tennessee State Museum where you can explore on your own the most significant social, political, economic, and cultural events important to the history of the “Volunteer State.” THE HERMITAGE Your tour includes the stately manor of Andrew Jackson, The Hermitage. This was the home of our seventh President, and a favorite son of Tennessee. You’ll view the formal gardens, visit the slave quarters, the original 1804 cabin of the estate, and the site where our President and his wife were laid to rest. MOUNT OLIVET CEMETERY Between the state museum and The Hermitage, you will drive through the Mount Olivet Cemetery, the city’s most famous cemetery and final resting place of prominent leaders from the city’s founding to present day.

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Stop At: Tennessee State Museum

Your tour starts at the Tennessee State Museum where you can explore on your own the most significant social, political, economic, and cultural events important to the history of the “Volunteer State.”

Stop At: Mt. Olivet Cemetery

Between the State Museum and The Hermitage, you will drive through the Mount Olivet Cemetery, the city’s most famous cemetery and final resting place of prominent leaders from the city’s founding to present day.

Stop At: Andrew Jackson's Hermitage

Your tour includes the stately manor of Andrew Jackson, The Hermitage. This was the home of our seventh President, and a favorite son of Tennessee. You’ll view the formal gardens, visit the slave quarters, the original 1804 cabin of the estate, and the site where our President and his wife were laid to rest.

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