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Belmont Mansion, Nashville

(4.3/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web)
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  • Located in Belmont University this mansion is worth seeing. Admission is $12 and that will give you a guided tour of a formidable lady by the name of Adelicia Hayes Franklin Acklen Cheatham. This was ...  more »
  • A stirring story of how individuals expressed their life at an earlier time. This mansion and it's original acreage were a significant part of the development of Nashville. It since be downsized and u...  more »
  • The history of the Belmont Mansion is interesting. Worth the time and price of admission. The grounds of the college around the mansion are beautiful. Everything is extremely clean. 
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  • Beautiful mansion. The parking is tricky, as the mansion is now buried in the middle of a college campus. It is maintained by event-hosting & admission fees. Beautiful detail in the art & architecture. The garden path in front leads to a bell tower. Very serene. No pics inside house.
  • Shannon was our tour guide and was great!! A beautiful mansion, they're doing fantastic work restoring it. Really gives you a feel for Victorian America.
  • We were so impressed with our tour! Rachel, our guide was very knowledgeable about the mansion and took time answering questions and providing information. We had a great experience!
  • We have been doing some college tours for our senior and visited Belmont Mansion. It is a beautiful facility and highly recommend Belmont!
  • Well preserved piece of Nashville history and part of the campus of Belmont University.