THE HERMITAGE ENSLAVED:

A Horse-Drawn Wagon Tour


Offered by

Carriage Rides Through Time 

Exclusively at Andrew Jackson's Hermitage

A message about COVID-19  

Due to the Corona Virus Carriage Rides Through Time is not able to operate at this time.  However, Andrew Jackson's Hermitage is now open Thursday through Sunday.  Please be sure to visit their web page for details.  Carriage Rides Through Time hopes to see all of you soon, please stay happy and healthy!  Remember to practice social distancing, wear your mask and wash your hands.


"The Hermitage Enslaved" is a horse-drawn wagon tour that takes visitors beyond the Hermitage ​Mansion and into the plantation fields where the majority of the enslaved men, women, and children worked, toiled, and lived ​under the ownership of General Andrew Jackson.


 On the tour your Wagon Driver will discuss the story of how cotton, the cash crop and the enslaved people who tended it were vital to the econ​omy and lifestyle of the Jackson's.

On the journey you will have the opportunity to view archaeological sites and remains associated with slavery, cotton, and farming on the Hermitage grounds. 

The scenic ride through the Hermitages 1120 acres will let you experience the plantation from the comfort of a horse-drawn wagon.​ 

Tickets 

  • Tickets for "The Hermitage Enslaved: A Horse-Drawn Wagon Tour"  may be purchased at the ticket office.  
  • Tickets are $12 per person in addition to regular admission.  
  • Children under 5 ride for free.  
  • Our wagon accommodates 15 people per trip 

Plan Your Tour

Standard Tour Times

10:15, 11:00, 11:45, 12:30, 1:30, 2:15, 3:00, 3:45

Tour is approximately 30 minutes.


Tour times and availability may be affected by inclement weather including excessive heat. ​ 


Tours fill quickly so please reserve your tickets early.

Upcoming Special Events


Address

4580 Rachels's Lane

Nashville, TN 37076

Contact

Ticket Office

615-889-291
[email protected]

Hours

March 1 - December 31

9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Weather Permitting

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