The Tullahoma Fine Arts Center is a distinct regional fine arts and history museum reaching across the globe.
The Museum is situated in a picturesque Italianate historic building in the southern downtown Tullahoma corridor. Our 10,000+ square foot climate-controlled facility houses an array of exhibitions ranging from local & regional artists to world history including WWII’s Camp Forrest.
In addition to the multitude of art and history exhibitions the Museum offers an array of local art for sell from member artists, arts education workshops and historical lecture series. The Museum maintains its own archives and research department in which it stores an eclectic range of Regional Art, Reconstruction Era Art, WWII Era POW (Prisoner of War) Art and other pieces such as the American Watercolor Society.
Through a multitude of media experiences, displays, texts and artifacts – along with a variety of educational programs and community events – the exciting art and history of our Tennessee region and their far-reaching influences come alive. We invite you to visit the Tullahoma Fine Arts Center – Regional Art & History Museum.
For the most up-to-date hours and information, please contact Tullahoma Fine Arts Center directly.