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Over time, Belle Meade Plantation has been home to many cultures and peoples.Throughout its’ 200 year history, the estate has physically transformed through years of growth, prosperity, demise and salvation.
Belle Meade Plantation’s owners and managers from the early 19th century to the early 20th century.
The slaves of Belle Meade Plantation that are responsible for the construction and profitability of the plantation for nearly a century.
After the death of General Harding in 1903, the Belle Meade Plantation was divided and large portions were sold off.
Upcoming Community Events and Happenings for All AgesFeb28Tue10:30 am Home School History Event: In t... @ Belle Meade PlantationHome School History Event: In t... @ Belle Meade PlantationFeb 28 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pmHome School History Event: In the Time of Slavery The Hardings and the Jacksons were not the only people who called Belle Meade Plantation home during the nineteenth century, the site was also home to[...]Mar4Satall-day Belle Meade Bookworms Online Dis...Belle Meade Bookworms Online Dis...Mar 4 all-dayBelle Meade Bookworms Online Discussion of Galway Bay by Mary Pat Kelly About the Belle Meade Bookworms The Belle Meade Bookworms Book Club is a Facebook group that offers historical fiction, classic literature and history[...]Mar12Sun2:00 pm Nashville Opera on Tour Presents... @ The Carriage House at Belle Meade PlantationNashville Opera on Tour Presents... @ The Carriage House at Belle Meade PlantationMar 12 @ 2:00 pmJoin us for an operatic telling of a story filled with fur and locks. The Nashville Opera on Tour will present Goldie B. Locks and the Three Singing Bears. The Nashville Opera on Tour[...]