Address: 121 Sunny Hill Cv. I-40 at Exit 56, Behind McDonald's Brownsville, TN 38012 Contact Email: sonia.clark@westtnheritage.com Phone: (731) 779-9000 Fax: (731) 779-9001
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Exit 56 off I-40; turn north on Hwy. 76; take 1st right on Sunny Hill Cove, behind McDonald's.


Just off of Music Highway (I-40) at Exit 56. A Refreshing Southern Experience: a free celebration of the music, cotton and beauty of the Tennessee Delta. Located conveniently between Memphis and Nashville just off of Interstate 40 at Exit 56. Features the home of Blue pioneer "Sleepy" John Estes and Flagg Grove School, the childhood school of Tina Turner. More than 8,000 square feet of exhibit space including 3 fresh water aquariums with native fish found in the Tennessee Delta. Other exhibits include area music greats who call West Tennessee home (and, yes, Elvis is in the house), the early history of cotton production, and the scenic Hatchie River, the last "WILD" river of the lower Mississippi system. Browse the unique gift shop filled with local and regional handmade items.

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City: Brownsville, TN
Region: West Tennessee
Subregion: Southwest

Admission Rates:
Free Admission

Payment Types Accepted:
Visa, Cash, MasterCard, Discover, AMEX

Hours Open:
Mon. - Sat., 9-5; Sunday, 1-5

Dates Closed:
Christmas Day, Easter Sunday

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