Historic Rose Mont
About Historic Rose Mont
Historic Rose Mont is one of Tennessee’s finest examples of palladian architecture with a New Orleans design and the house was primarily occupied by a single family line before opening as a historic house museum. It was formerly the home of Judge Josephus “Jo” Conn Guild that was built between 1836 - 1842 and was recognized as a thoroughbred stud farm. Guild was held prisoner in the North during the Civil War alongside Belle Meade Plantation's William Giles Harding. Two original George Bogart Cooper portraits are featured in this stately home. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Open seasonally for guided house tours from April 15 – October 31. Call in advance to make appointments in the off-season or to book a group tour.
- Tuesdays – Saturdays
- 10am – 4pm
- 1pm – 4pm
Admission: $5 – adult, $4 – seniors (55+), $3 – children (age 6 – 12). Group tour rates available.