Homeschool Days

Ed Student
$10
Parent Chaperone
$15
Educator
$0

A great way to meet other homeschooling families!

About

Homeschool Days are a great way to meet other homeschooling families from Middle Tennessee and on these special dates there is no minimum number required to book your tour!

Participation in each Homeschool Day is $10 per student. Each family receives one free Parent-Educator admission. Additional Adults are $15 per person. Younger (non-participating) siblings are welcome to observe at no cost and do not need a ticket. All tickets must be purchased online and are non-refundable and not transferable. You will receive your ticket by email.  Picnic Areas are available. For more information email [email protected]

**New Times for 2018-19!!  All Programs are 10.00am – 12.00pm (The Christmas program has a second time option, as well.)

Programs

Millie and Monroe:  Stories of Slavery and Freedom

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

10.00-12.00

Best for Grades 3 and Up/ 2 hours

We welcome you to our newest field trip experience!  Take one of several tour routes through the mansion and grounds as you follow a day in the lives of Millie and Monroe, two children who labored on the Belle Meade Farm in the years surrounding the Civil War.  Interact with our engaging storytellers and examine the symbolism found in African American music and folk art of the time. Create your own symbolic art as you develop a deeper understanding of the African American experience in the 1800s, from the daily struggles of slavery, to the complicated nature of freedom, and the ways in which enslaved people both thrived and survived in difficult times.  

All BOOKed Up!  Hands-On Experiences with Your Favorite Children’s Novels

Wednesday, April 24, 2019

10.00-12.00

Great for All Ages/ 2 hours

Journey with us into the great stories of the late 19th century!  From Alice in Wonderland and Treasure Island to Tom Sawyer and Anne of Green Gables, there is something for everyone at this Homeschool Day!  Try your hand at vintage card and parlor games, explore the world of Victorian maps and travel, and find out how naturalism influenced our greatest writers.  Filled with hands-on learning, crafts, games, stories and fun, this is one adventure into the world of children’s literature that you won’t want to miss!

Hours of Operations

Open Daily 9am-5pm

Tours start every 30-45 minutes with the last tour at 4pm.

Contact Us

Phone (615) 356-0501
Map Marker

110 Leake Ave

Nashville, TN

37205, USA