Museums in Bartlett


The Cotton Museum: Museum Visit for 2, 4, or 10 at The Cotton Museum (Up to 65% Off)

Museum Visit for 2, 4, or 10 at The Cotton Museum (Up to 65% Off)

The Cotton Museum

Downtown Medical Center

Museum showcases the cotton industry’s past and future through interactive exhibits, documentary films, and oral histories

$20 $11

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Woodruff-Fontaine House: Visit for Two, Four, or Six to Woodruff-Fontaine House (45% Off)

Visit for Two, Four, or Six to Woodruff-Fontaine House (45% Off)

Woodruff-Fontaine House

Victorian Village

Restored Victorian home shelters handwritten autographs from its craftsmen, more than 1,000 garments from the era, and rotating exhibitions

$20 $11

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Stax Museum of American Soul Music: Admission and Promotional Ink Pens for Two, Four, or Six at Stax Museum of American Soul Music (Up to 50% Off)

Admission and Promotional Ink Pens for Two, Four, or Six at Stax Museum of American Soul Music (Up to 50% Off)

Stax Museum of American Soul Music

South Memphis

Promotional ink pens and admission to museum with more than 2,500 soul-music artifacts

$26 $14

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Memphis Brooks Museum of Art: Dual or Family Membership to Memphis Brooks Museum of Art (Up to 48% Off)

Dual or Family Membership to Memphis Brooks Museum of Art (Up to 48% Off)

Memphis Brooks Museum of Art

Memphis

Membership grants access to expansive collection and special exhibits on topics such as history of video games, and includes special perks

$65 $35

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Metal Museum: Visit for Two, Four, or Six to Metal Museum (42% Off)

Visit for Two, Four, or Six to Metal Museum (42% Off)

Metal Museum

French Fort Neighborhood

Watch metalsmiths at work and tour the galleries filled with ornamental ironwork, fine jewelry, sculpture, and other handmade metal objects

$12 $7

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The Crossroads Museum: One-Year Membership for One, Two, or Four to The Crossroads Museum (Up to 51% Off)

One-Year Membership for One, Two, or Four to The Crossroads Museum (Up to 51% Off)

The Crossroads Museum

Corinth

Explore countless artifacts that help illustrate Northern Mississippi’s colorful history

$25 $13

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  • Memphis Brooks Museum of Art
    It all started with a fond remembrance. The Memphis Brooks Museum of Art first opened in 1916, funded by Bessie Vance Brooks in honor of her late husband. The original collection was small; just a few lovely paintings in an equally lovely building. Nearly a century later, however, the museum is one of the largest in the south, and houses thousands of pieces from antiquity to modernity. Size: the Museum began as an 8,200 square-foot building housing 19 paintings. Now, it encompasses more than 9,000 works of art and has grown to 86,000 square feet, thanks to the generosity of donors and a healthy diet of vegetables. The Building: inspired by the Morgan Library in New York City, the Beaux Arts-style edifice was built from Georgian marble Eye Catcher: Nam June Paik's "VIDE-O-BELISK", a towering structure made from vintage television cabinets and neon, which plays video and original music created for the piece by a number of artists Permanent Mainstay: the Samuel H. Kress Collection, which includes Italian Renaissance, Baroque, and Impressionist works by Pierre-August Renoir, Girolamo Romanino, and Sir Anthony van Dyck, among others Don't Miss: a Frank Lloyd Wright-designed tall back chair from 1904 Special Programs: Brooks Films screens award-winning films of many genres and styles in the Dorothy K. Hohenberg Auditorium; the Art Open Late series features musical performances and artist talks on Thursday nights
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    1934 Poplar Avenue
    Memphis, TN US
  • Lichterman Nature Center
    The interactive exhibits and programs compiled by the Pink Palace Family of Museums reinforce a mission that has stayed constant for 80 years: to "inspire people to learn how history, science, technology, and nature shape the Mid-South." Attached to Clarence Saunders' mansion built in the 1920s, the museum's permanent exhibits take an eclectic approach to chronicling the past, revealing everything from ancient fossils to contemporary southern history. Inside, visitors can chart the history of Memphis from the early Spanish explorers through the Civil War or walk through a replica of Saunders' original Piggly Wiggly?the country?s first self-service grocery store, and even see a shrunken head. Global adventures are chronicled on a four-story screen at the CTI 3D Giant Theater theater. Traveling to east Memphis, one can discern the natural side of the Pink Palace Family of Museums. Lichterman Nature Center encompasses 65 acres of lush gardens filled with native wildflowers, trees, and wildlife. The center combines self-guided nature walks with plant sales and educational activities to expose visitors to the natural world. Alternatively, the stately 25-room Mallory-Neely House, located in Victorian Village, features stenciled and hand painted ceilings, parquet flooring, and stained-glass windows purchased at the 1893 Chicago World's Fair.
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    5992 Quince Rd
    Memphis, TN US
  • Belz Museum of Asian and Judaic Art
    When Jack and Marilyn Belz first stepped into a Los Angeles art gallery in 1968, it was their first step into a lifelong passion for Chinese art. Over the years, their collection grew so much that in 1998, they opened a museum that featured their expansive collection. According to the couple, "the intricate creations of Chinese artists rank among the most inspiring" to them. Visitors to the museum today find not only Chinese artwork from eras past, but also modern Judaica art.? Size:?The Chinese collection ranges from 202 B.C. to early 2008 and encompasses more than 1,400 individual objects such as paintings, carved jades, textiles, and sculptures.? Eye Catcher: An ornate and intricate wedding carriage carved completely from jade, including the horse. Permanent Mainstay: According to staff, the museum holds the largest displayed collection by renowned Judaica artist Daniel Kafri, including 32 bronze relief sculptures illustrating biblical scenes. Don't Miss: a rare carved mammoth tusk from the late 18th century Newest Exhibit: The Holocaust Memorial Gallery honors survivors, refugees, and liberators who live in Tennessee with displays of their personal stories and artifacts from that time. Special Programs: The Emperor's Lunch program includes a guided tour of the museum followed by a Chinese box lunch.
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    119 S Main St.
    Memphis, TN US
  • Stax Museum of American Soul Music
    Named by Time Magazine as the most Authentic American Experience in Tennessee, the Stax Museum of American Soul Music is a state-of-the-art facility with films, videos, interactive exhibits, 2,500+ artifacts, and more to showcase the unique history of American soul music, and specifically that of Stax Records. Using video footage of sermons and early 20th-century gospel performances, the Roots of Soul exhibit investigates soul and gospel's close-knit relationship forged out of a mutual distaste for sea shanties, and a chronologically ordered stretch of 912 singles and 292 full-length albums adorns the winding Hall of Records. Elsewhere, the "Express Yourself" dance floor coaxes tapping toes and curmudgeonly steam engines to boogie along to continuous Soul Train footage, and inside the reconstructed Studio A, patrons glimpse the room where numerous Stax hits were recorded, accompanied by original instruments and samples of recording-session outtakes. Additional unearthed remnants include Albert King's Flying V purple guitar, a Mavis Staples stage dress, and Isaac Hayes's completely restored, gold-trimmed and fur-lined 1972 Cadillac El Dorado.
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    926 E Mclemore Ave
    Memphis, TN US
  • Dixon Gallery and Gardens
    The perfect frame can make a work of art leap off of a wall. For the Dixon Gallery and Gardens, the overall layout frames a 2,000-piece museum with 17 acres of lush English gardens. Tulip-lined walkways, scenic vistas, and the occasional sculpture surround visitors on tours of the Tennessee woodlands, where oaks and hickories climb towards the sky where all the good sunlight is. In total, more than 120 identified species of trees live and breathe within the gardens' level IV arboretum. Even more sights await visitors behind the museum?s corinthian columns and brick fa?ade. Eight to ten rotating exhibitions a year hang alongside a permanent collection that touches on paper works, sculptures, and paintings by French and American impressionists?from Claude Monet to Mary Cassatt. Beyond these ever-present attractions, the museum also hosts live performances, educational programs, and other special events.
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    4339 Park Ave.
    Memphis, TN US
  • Metal Museum
    Metal Museum celebrates the centuries-long tradition of metalwork with exhibits, restoration, and classes. Its exhibitions include in-depth looks at contemporary knife making, kinetic sculpture that imitates the mechanics of the solar system, and solo collections by prominent artists. The museum even gives folks a glimpse into the process by showcasing professional blacksmiths at work. Visitors who are inspired by the fine and intricate lines in a metal sculpture can take a class on metalworking and hone their skills in the onsite foundry. The museum also regularly honors working artists and trains young people to work with diverse materials including hollowware, jewelry, and enameling. Every year, a three-day fundraiser gives folks the chance to have professional artists repair their metal items and see demonstrations by artists from around the country.
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    374 Metal Museum Dr.
    Memphis, TN US

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