Wednesday - Saturday & Monday

Open at 10 am.

Last guest admitted at 3:30

Doors close at 4:30 pm

Sunday

Open at 11 am.

Last guest admitted at 3:30

Doors close at 4:30 pm

Closed Tuesday 

Tickets available by online purchase in advance or at the door. Average visit is 45 minutes to 1 hour. 

Visit Belmont Mansion

We invite you to explore the largest house built in Tennessee prior to the Civil War. Constructed between 1849 and 1860, Belmont Mansion was the home of Adelicia and Joseph Acklen.

 

Visiting here is a unique opportunity to explore one of the few 1850s era homes still standing in Nashville while learning about the people - both free and enslaved - whose stories make this site worth understanding.

General admission tickets allow guests to tour at their own pace after an introduction from a tour guide in the Grand Salon. Signage in each room tells the story of the site and the residents. Tour guides stationed throughout the house are available for questions and additional information. Average tour is 45 minutes to one hour.

Photo Policy 

No video or personal photo shoots permitted.

Publicity photos allowed when prior arrangements have been made with administrative staff.  

Ticket Options

Ticket Options

  All Day Admission

  • Tickets available in advance or at the door and valid all day

  • Access to the historic house

  • Tour at your own pace

  • Begins with a short introduction given by a guide in the Grand Salon

  • Includes signage throughout and stationed guides to answer your questions and offer additional knowledge

  • Enjoy the gardens and grounds which are now part of Belmont University's award winning campus

  • Average tour time is 1 hour. Recommended for all ages.

 

   Adults -  $18

   Seniors/Military - $17

   Youth (13-18) - $8

   Children (6-12) - $6

   Children 5 and younger - Free

   No minimum number of guests

   Advanced tickets recommended 

   Belmont University faculty, staff

   & students are free with

   Belmont ID

  Guided Tour

  • Access to the historic house

  • A knowledgeable guide will lead you through all the rooms

  • Along the way you will hear the compelling story of all the people who lived and worked here.

  • Enjoy the gardens and grounds which are now part of Belmont University's award winning campus

  • Average tour is 1 hour. Recommended for ages 8 and up. 

  • Please allow time to park. Map link below to parking areas. 

 

   Adults -  $22

   Children/Youth (6-18) - $12

   Minimum of 2 people.     

   Maximum of 10 people

   By reservation only,

   24 hours in advance.

  Curator's Tour

  • Access to the historic house

  • Go behind the ropes on a guided tour led by our Curator of Collections

  • A personalized tour of the home's unique architecture, original objects and compelling story

  • Enjoy the gardens and grounds which are now a part of Belmont University's award winning campus

  • Lasts approximately 1.5 hours

     

     Adults - $30

     Minimum of 2 people.

     Maximum of 10 people

     By reservations only,

     24 hours in advance.  

     Offered Monday - Friday. 



Contact Us
615-460-5459

 
Accessibility
 
The first floor of Belmont Mansion is wheelchair accessible. For assistance entering the Mansion, please call 615-460-5459 when you arrive and a tour guide will lead you to an elevator if needed. 

For those who are unable to climb the stairs to the second floor bedrooms, we have a virtual tour available in the Museum Shop.

COVID-19 Update - Safety First

 

Belmont Mansion staff follow current CDC guidelines to ensure a safe environment for visitors and staff. We strongly encourage masks to help stop the spread of the virus.

 

We welcome you to Belmont Mansion and ask that you partner with us in creating a safe museum

for all.

Thank you!

What to Know Before You Visit

- Masks are strongly encouraged at Belmont Mansion 

- Please respect social distancing guidelines of 6 feet
- Check all backpacks/large items in the gift shop
- Objects in the house are part of the museum collection, so no touching is allowed

We ask that you take the spread of COVID-19 seriously for the safety of all in the museum and not visit if you are experiencing cough, fever, chills, muscle pain, sore throat, shortness of breath, or a new loss of smell or taste.