West Tennessee Cultural Heritage Museum

Address: 428 E. Main St. Jackson, TN Phone: (731) 265-9800
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Stop into this museum, owned by James E. Wolf and his wife, soul singer Denise LaSalle. Take a self-guided tour and view the collection of civil rights memorabilia, old radios, photos of the owners with celebrities and other curiosities. Gospel Power 97.7 FM broadcasts from the building, with potential to reach over one million listeners. Group tours by appointment.

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City: Jackson, TN
Subregion: West Tennessee

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