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Tina Turner Museum at Flagg Grove School features costumes and memorabilia from her career.
The Mansion at Belle Meade
Visit this hallowed ground where more than 90 unmarked graves have been rediscovered
The Alex Haley House Museum has been restored to model the home as it was when Haley was born.
The music and entertainment pulse of downtown Memphis, Beale Street at the turn of the 20th century served as a haven for African Americans migrating from small towns.
The National Civil Rights Museum chronicles the Civil Rights Movement from slavery to present-day human rights movements.
Soul Music Museum
A music heritage destination with something for everyone .... including the world's only Tina Turner Museum.
Developed by the Smithsonian Institution, Rock ‘n’ Soul tells the complete Memphis music story, introducing guests to the Memphis musical legends who shook the planet.
Last Home of Blues Pioneer Sleepy John Estes
Nashville's Civil Rights-inspired public artwork
Discover the Bessie Smith Cultural Center
Clinton High School holds the honor of having the first Black to graduate from a public high school in the South.
A must see historical, educational and cultural experience about East Tennessee
Civil Rights Room at the Nashville Public Library.
The "Big 9 Legends" Mural in Chattanooga
Magnificent statue honoring Alex Haley, author of Roots.
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