Belmont Mansion
Belmont Mansion

Belmont Mansion

Top 2% of attractions in Nashville
7 / 10

5 expert reviews

“This 1850s Italian-style villa was the home of Adelicia Acklen, Nashville's answer to Scarlett O'Hara, who married "once for money, once for love, and once for the hell of it.”

– Fodor's

"...[T]his Italianate villa is the city's most elegant historic home open to the public, and its grand salon is one of the most elaborately decorated rooms in any antebellum home in Tennessee." Full review
Lonely Planet
"The 1853 mansion was later restyled as an Italianate villa. Union forces occupied the property before and during the 1864 Battle of Nashville." Full review
" In 1951, the Tennessee Baptist Convention purchased the school, which is now Belmont University." Full review
U.S. News & World Report
"If you love history, slot some time for a tour of Belmont Mansion – the largest house museum in Nashville" Full review

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