Morton Museum of Collierville History
196 N. Main Street , Collierville, TN 38017 - United States
The Morton Museum is Collierville's source for local history of the Town. Housed in a 1870s church building, extensive renovations to the building have transformed it in to a historic treasure. The Morton Museum explores Collierville history through permanent and temporary exhibits, a community art gallery, and reading room. The Museum engages friends, families, and children in interactive events and programs throughout the year. The Morton Museum acts as the gateway to Collierville's Historic District. Begin at the Museum, take-in the exhibitions, historic objects, and breathtaking architecture. Then continue your visit by strolling down Main Street to Collierville's charming Town Square. Museum Admission is always Free!
Travel through Collierville's past in the museum's permanent exhibit area.
View temporary exhibit, The Greatest Legislation to learn about the history the history and impact of the American G.I. Bill.
Attend the Stories of Service event and hear first hand accounts from veterans who received the G.I. Bill, view the exhibit, and enjoy refreshments.
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