Belle Meade Historic Site & Winery, Nashville

4.6
#1 of 22 in Historic Sites in Nashville
Must see · Historic Site · Tourist Spot
The historical Belle Meade Historic Site & Winery, established in 1807, has served as a thoroughbred stud breeding ground, an extensive farm with a cotton gin, and a Confederate general’s headquarters. Take a tour of Greek-Revival mansion, restored to its turn-of-the-century appearance, and several original outbuildings. You can explore the dairy, carriage house, mausoleum, stable, and reconstructed slave quarters as a costumed guide narrates the property’s history. After the tour, head to the onsite winery for a free tasting. Also swing by Harding House restaurant for some Southern hospitality. To visit Belle Meade Historic Site & Winery on your holiday in Nashville, and find out what else Nashville has to offer, use our Nashville.
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  • This was a fun thing to do on a Sunday afternoon. We did the self-guided tour which was nice. We purchased tickets ahead of time, but it was a bit confusing to know where to go to check-in. Honestly.....  more »
  • The people at Belle Meade were so nice and helpful even rescheduling some of the activities I had booked online to be at a better time. We did a children’s program there which was wonderful and I...  more »
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  • I truly enjoyed both tours. They both acknowledged the contribution of the slaves to the success of the plantation as well as point out some of the atrocities of slave life and "freedom". The tour guide for the slave tour was AWESOME!!! She educated MANY people on the tour about the life of slaves and how much the plantations, not just Belle Meade, depended on the slaves in order to be as successful as they were. She did it with such class☺. I definitely recommend the slave tour. If you are one of the many who does not understand the life of a slave, Belle Meade "Jubilee Tour" will give you a little insight.☺
  • Beautiful place. Been visiting for the past 20 years anytime I'm in the Nashville area. Piece of living history. Was great to share with my husband and 3 children this past summer. Looking forward to going during Christmas. The whole place is decorated like you were alive during that time.

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