Most Popular! | Starting at $24 | 45 Minutes
Guided tour of the Mansion, a complimentary wine tasting, and access to the property for a self-guided tour of the Grounds and Outbuildings. For the best experience, please arrive 30 minutes before your booked tour time.
New Tour! | Starting at $24 | 1 Hour
Join us as we explore the story of the African-Americans brought to Belle Meade starting in 1807, who had a tremendous impact on the existence of the property and the family over the next 100 years, and were here from enslavement to freedom.
Come to Belle Meade Plantation to experience everything that is beautiful about the South. Guests are warmly invited to delve into the rich history of this lovely home and estate by taking part in a diverse list of both enjoyable and educational activities. This site is dedicated to the preservation of Tennessee’s Victorian architecture, history, and equestrian legacy. Visitors can enjoy tours, educational outreach programs, shopping, dining, wine tastings, weddings and other happenings knowing that their patronage supports the educational mission of Belle Meade Plantation.
The rich story of Belle Meade comes alive as our period-dressed guides lead guests through the mansion and tell the exceptional and intimate stories of the various people that created Belle Meade Plantation. Throughout the 45-minute guided tour of the Greek-Revival Mansion, a century of the plantation’s history is told through the stories of the Harding-Jackson Family. Another perspective is offered in our Journey to Jubilee tour, an experience in which you will uncover the stories of those skilled laborers who contributed so much to the preeminence and renown of this estate. Additionally, explore and enjoy the rich history and nature of Belle Meade on a Guided Segway tour of our property. From the complimentary wine tastings to the newly refurbished ice cream and fudge shop, Belle Meade provides many activities for the entire family.
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Hours of Operations
Open Daily 9am-5pm
Tours start every 30-45 minutes with the last tour at 4pm.
110 Leake Ave