Address: 374 Metal Museum Dr. Memphis, TN 38106 Contact Email: info@metalmuseum.org Phone: (901) 774-6380
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Take Exit 12C (Metal Museum Dr.) off I-55 N and follow signs for 1/5 mi.


The only institution of its kind in the Americas. Changing exhibits of the finest in historic and contemporary metalwork - jewelry, sculpture, architectural ironwork. Working blacksmith shop. Sculpture garden overlooking the Mississippi River. The National Ornamental Metal Museum offers workshops in blacksmithing, etching, metalsmithing, jewelry fabrication, and aluminum casting. Overlooking the Mississippi River, the campus includes three historic buildings: a 1930s gallery with 3,000-item permanent collection; a smithy for metalsmiths in leather aprons to hammer, cut, and grind; a foundry for melting and pouring into molds and classes on basic forging and casting. Craft a personal metal "signature" at this one-of-a-kind teaching museum.

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City: Memphis, TN
Region: West Tennessee
Subregion: Memphis & Surrounding Areas

Admission Rates:
Adults $6, seniors (62+) $5, students with ID and Children 5-18 $4, children under 5 free, Museum Members, AASLH members, and tour bus operators The Museum Store may be visited free of charge

Hours Open:
Tuesday - Saturday, 10 am - 5 pm; Sunday, Noon - 5 pm; Closed Mondays

Dates Closed:
Every Monday, Thanksgiving Day, Dec. 24-26, 31 & Jan. 1, Easter, and July 4th

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