Collierville | Tennessee Vacation


Get to know this quiet Shelby County town by heading straight for the heart. Collierville’s award winning grand historic square epitomizes the history, charm, and unique treasures for which the town is known.

With historic preservation as a priority, Collierville also has an eye on the future.

At Historic Collierville’s award winning Town Square and Main Street you will find antebellum architecture and quaint, one-of-a-kind boutiques and specialty shops such as The Brooks CollectionSquare Beans CoffeeDixie Pickers, antique stores, and an old-fashioned gas station.

Collierville’s Civil War history is centered on the Train Depot, where Confederates disrupting Union supply lines attacked what they believed to be a small Federal garrison. The arrival of Gen. William Sherman changed the course of the battle, but not before Confederate soldiers had fired on Sherman’s train and captured his favorite horse, Dolly. The battle helped form Sherman’s strategy for his “March to Sea.”

The Morton Museum of Collierville History, housed in a beautiful former church, is the gateway to the area’s historic district. The Museum of Biblical History features biblical artifacts and replicas. Head to the Silver Caboose or Café Piazza for lunch. Look for new dining options coming soon. Nearby, find the The Shops at Carriage Crossing, an amazing 810,000-square-foot lifestyle center whose design is inspired by Collierville’s Main Street vibe.

Collierville’s extensive greenbelt system and water-spray parks provide outdoor fun for the whole family, while the Harrell Theatre hosts performances by the repertory company.

Experience Collierville

Only 30 minutes from Memphis, this post-card perfect and history-rich refuge is well worth the trek.

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