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Open for Tours

Fully guided tours available twice a day at select times.
Self-guided General Admission Tours are available daily, walk-ups welcome.

Hours:
Monday - Saturday, open at 10 a.m. Last visitor admitted at 3:30 p.m.
Sunday, open at 11 a.m. Last visitor admitted at 3:30 p.m.

July 28 - Last visitor admitted at 3:00 p.m.

Free Admission to Active Military - May 18th through September 2nd

Belmont Mansion is a Blue Star Museum which means May 18, 2024 through September 2, 2024 the nation’s active-duty military personnel (including National Guard and Reserve) and up to five family members are offered free admission. These tickets are only available in person for our General Admission tours with active military ID.

Exploring Adelicia's World - Bus Tour on September 21

September 21 is Mark Brown’s birthday! What better way to celebrate the day than to join Mark, Jim Hoobler, and the Belmont Mansion staff as we visit key spots in Adelicia’s World.

The day's agenda includes:
- The Downtown Presbyterian Church. The Hayes family were members of this historic congregation and Adelicia provided the funds to install the bells. Designed by William Strickland, the building is considered the finest example of Egyptian Revival architecture in the country, and the inside mimics the temple at Karnak.

- St. Mary of the Seven Sorrows. Designed by Adolphus Heiman, the architect of the Belmont Mansion addition and the water tower, St. Mary’s is the oldest continually used church building in the city.

- Mount Olivet Cemetery. While there we will see Adelicia’s mausoleum, the graves of Dr. Cheatham and Belmont Mansion gardeners, the tomb of Adolphus Heiman, and other important early Nashvillians.

Come celebrate Mark and take in some history too! Seats are limited so reserve yours today. Cupcakes will be served!

History in Your Backyard - October 3, 5:00 to 7:30 pm

The Belmont-Hillsboro Neighborhood has a long and unique history. On October 3, three speakers will share that rich history for an entertaining and informative evening. Stories included that night will be:
- “Digging In: The Union Lines in the Belmont-Hillsboro Neighborhood during the Battle of Nashville". Presented by Myers Brown, Executive Director, Belmont Mansion.
- “A History of Belcourt–Hillsboro’s Neighborhood Theatres.” Presented by T. Minton, Public Historian of the Belcourt, Nashville’s Nonprofit Film Center.
- “Adelicia’s Exclamation Point: The Transformation from Water Tower to Bell Tower". Presented by Dr. Richard Shadinger, Professor Emeritus, Belmont University, who will also perform a special carillon concert.

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