The Roy Bailey African-American History Center

Address: 115 E. Main St., Ste B Lebanon, TN 37087 Phone: (615) 449-2911
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Established in 2004, this museum displays many artifacts and research materials focusing on key topics important to the life of African- Americans in Wilson County. It is named after community activist Roy Bailey, who took a leading role in the 1960s Civil Rights Movement. Open on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, 10 am-2 pm, and by appointment.

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