Hermitage (The) (TN)
The Hermitage: Home of President Andrew Jackson is operated by the Ladies’ Hermitage Association, a private non-profit organization founded in 1889, that holds the property in trust for the State of Tennessee. The Ladies’ Hermitage Association Board of Directors is a voluntary board that operates the site through an Executive Director who oversees the property and the staff.
The Hermitage’s Hands-on-History Classes are very popular with teachers and students alike. These classes are designed to meet the curriculum standards of Tennessee schools and those of nearby states. Hermitage Hands-on-History Classes combine one hour of classroom teaching through educational, but fun hands-on activities with a tour of the Hermitage mansion and grounds. The result is an educational experience that school children will not soon forget and hopefully those memories will spark a lifelong interest in history.
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