Members' Tour of the Historic Harrison House
Our next installment of Exploring Adelicia’s World is an afternoon outing you will not want to miss. Make plans to join us as we get the rare opportunity to visit the historic Harrison House in Franklin, Tennessee.
Portions of the Harrison House date back to 1810 but major renovations in the 1840s give the house its current appearance. The home served as a field hospital at least three times during the Civil War and witnessed the last council of war between John Bell Hood and his generals before the Battle of Franklin. Two Confederate generals died in the house, and one was temporarily buried in the garden. This private residence is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Currently, the home is owned by Pam Lewis a well-known music row manager, media specialist, promoter, philanthropist, preservationist, and current BMA board member. The afternoon visit to Harrison House includes heavy refreshments, cocktails, a tour of the house and a brief recounting of the events that occurred in the house throughout the Civil War.
A small bus will leave Belmont Mansion at 2:30 PM and return to campus at 6:00 PM. Space for this event is extremely limited. Do not hesitate to secure your place.
September 24, 2023
2:30 to 6:00 PM
*wear comfortable walking shoes to enjoy the grounds
BMA Members: $85 per member (guests of members are $85 each)
Non-Members Price: due to limited space this event is open to members and Belmont University staff only. All proceeds benefit Belmont Mansion Association
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Tickets can also be purchased over the phone by calling 615-460-5459.