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A music heritage destination with something for everyone ....  including the world's only Tina Turner Museum.

Learn about the history and heritage of the Tennessee Delta region. Explore the last "wild" river in the lower Mississippi system and three freshwater aquariums. Imagine the early years of cotton production and ginning as you walk through primitive implements and artifacts. Musical talent is abundant here and many music greats call West Tennessee home. Learn more about Carl Perkins, Eddy Arnold, Denise LaSalle and many others in the West Tennessee Music Museum. Speaking of music, get ready to experience the last home of Blues pioneer Sleepy John Estes and then step inside the one-room African-American schoolhouse that a young Anna Mae Bullock attended as a child. You probably know her best as Tina Turner.  

An authentic Southern experience awaits in Brownsville Tennessee.

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Tina Turner Museum in Brownsville TN
Photos and more can be seen inside the world's only Tina Turner Museum in Brownsville TN
Inside the Tina Turner Museum in Brownsville TN
Costumes, records and more inside the Tina Turner Museum
The Hatchie River Museum offers fun for adults and kids with fresh water aquariums and more.
Learn what makes the Scenic Hatchie River a "wild" river and a natural resource
West TN Cotton Museum - white oak basket collection
A white oak basket collection is among the items on display in the West TN Cotton Museum
West Tennessee Cotton Museum
Primitive implements tell the story of early cotton production in West Tennessee
Primitive implements at the West TN Cotton Museum
Primitive planters and more are found in the West TN Cotton Museum in Brownsville TN
Sleepy John Estes, Hammie Nixon, Yank Rachel
The 3 Brownsville Bluesmen - Hammie Nixon, Yank Rachel,. and Sleepy John Estes
Exit 56 Blues Fest
Musician play from the porch of Blues Pioneer Sleepy John Estes during the annual Exit 56 Blues Fest
West Tennessee Delta Heritage Center
The West TN Delta Heritage Center is home to 3 regional museum and the world's only Tina Turner Museum
West Tennessee Delta Heritage Center

121 Sunny Hill Cv.
I-40 at Exit 56, Behind McDonald's
Brownsville, TN 38012

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Free Admission for self-guided tours
Guided Tours: $7.50 adults; $5 youth; under 6 free
Dates Closed
Christmas Day, Easter Sunday
Hours
April - September:
Mon- Sat, 9-6; Sunday, 10-5

October - March:
Mon. - Sat., 9-5; Sunday, 1-5
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  • Group Discount
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