Some of the best Historic Homes in and around Nashville provide tours for those looking to discover the history of the area. From the Antebellum Mansions to the Bell Meade Plantation, plenty of choices give you the ability to see the history of the city. Here are some of the top choices.
Found in Nashville, this mansion was built by the Acklens Family in 1853. It provides 19,000 square feet with 36 rooms. The Belmont Mansion is known as one of the most elaborate homes in the south.
Belle Mead Plantation
A historic site everybody should visit, Belle Meade provide a look at the 1890s Carriage house and stables and more. With plenty historic out buildings, the Dunham Station Log Cabin and the 1953 antebellum mansion, this is the perfect place for a tour.
Completed in 1835, this building provides a look at the Moorish-Gothic Architecture. It was one a girl’s school.
The home of Genera James Winchester, this house was completed in 1803. It provides a look at one of the grandest homes found west of the Appalachians.
Bowen Plantation Home
Built in 1787, this home is one of the frontier homes of old. It's found in Goodlettsville and provides a look at one of the oldest brick homes in Tennessee.
Jon and Carrie McGavock created this home in 1826 and it served as the home of former mayor Randal McGavock.
Buchanan Log Home
This two-story home was built in the early 1800s. Made of poplar and chestnut wood, it also provides a look at the historic limestone fireplaces of the time.
The Historic Croft House is one of the most popular places for annual events. It's located on the Nashville Zoo property and was built in 1810.
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