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03 - May
(Nearby Event: Family)
Where:TEMPORARILY CLOSED Andrew Jackson's The Hermitage, Nashville, Tennessee, United States

Due to the ongoing changes regarding COVID-19, we have made the difficult decision to cancel all upcoming events through May. This includes Yoga at The Hermitage, Presidential Easter Egg Hunts, Mother's Day Teas, Vintage Baseball, Dog Days and our 120th Spring Outing. 

Emails regarding refunds to each of these events have been sent out to ticket holders. For more information or questions, please reach out to [email protected] Join The Hermitage for a fun day of baseball with the Nashville Vintage Base Ball League! Bring a blanket or chair and enjoy some old-fashioned ball games on their newly expanded playing field.

For this special day full of throwback fun, admission to the Game Field will be FREE to the public!

Ballpark fare available for purchase.

These events are FREE to the public and admission to the games does NOT include general admission to The Hermitage.


    Sunday, May 3rd Saturday, June 20th - Interactive Community Game Day Sunday, June 21st

The Tennessee Association of Vintage Base Ball was established in 2012 to entertain and educate our communities by recreating the civility of 19th-century baseball.

We promote living history by bringing the 19th-century to life through base ball events that use the rules, equipment, costumes and culture of the 1860s. We provide cultural enrichment and education programs and activities to youth and adults that emphasize honor, team play, respectful conduct and community pride. Our goal is to exemplify to youth and adults alike the values that are lacking in modern-day athletic programs, and encourage a sense of belonging regardless of race, gender, religious conviction or physical ability.

In addition to monthly living history events during the playing season, we do demonstrations and workshops for youth and senior groups, museums, historical societies, corporations and others year-round. These programs are designed

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