NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Fall Fest at the Hermitage, which attracts thousands of people each year, wrapped up Sunday.
Around 100 vendors displayed different kinds of art, ranging from crafts to photography.
There was also live music and even a petting zoo. Organizers say the free event also gives families a chance to enjoy the Hermitage.
"I think once they are here they realize how meaningful this place is, it is really one of the unique historic sites in the country," said Howard Kittell, President and CEO of the Andrew Jackson Foundation.
Proceeds from the festival benefit Andrew Jackson's Hermitage.