Dyersburg Historic Courthouse Square

Address: 101 W. Court Street Dyersburg, TN 38024 Phone: (731) 286-7800
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Stroll this town square and admire its well-preserved late Victorian and early 20th-century buildings. Stop in local shops and restaurants; admire historic 1911 Dyer County Courthouse. The district consists of the Dyer County Courthouse and 45 contributing buildings in the surrounding area. The district makes up the core of the central business area of Dyersburg and includes retail stores, financial institutions and government offices. Most of the buildings are adaptations of the late Victorian period best exemplified by the rounded arch windows on the second story facades. The Dyer County Courthouse is an imposing three-story brick structure located in the heart of historic downtown Dyersburg. It was built in 1911 and is also known as the Fireproof Courthouse. A restored bell tower and dome of the Courthouse house the original mechanical clock and bell.

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City: Dyersburg, TN
Subregion: West Tennessee