Dixon Gallery & Gardens
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The Dixon gallery and garden is a perfect way to spend a pleasant evening as it has a fine arts gallery and a public garden within its vicinity. The exhibits in the gallery are temporary and changing as well as a permanent collection of 2,000 objects including French impressionist paintings. The…
An art museum within 17 acres of gardens that bloom beautifully in the spring. Check online to see the latest exhibitions and events.
Flowers, art, events! Check out their calendar to see what is exhibiting when you visit.
Springtime in the garden is especially breathtaking with an abundance of tulips and azaleas. The year-round gallery has temporary exhibits and permanent displays including works by Renoir, Monet, Cassatt and Matisse. You’ll have a beautiful stroll indoors and out. Pro tip: Saturday mornings…
The Dixon Gallery is a nice art museum, but really, we love the gardens just as much. In the summers, the often show movies on the lawn.
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“96 acre garden with variety of gardens, ponds with fish to feed, bridge popular for photos, children's play area”
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“The Brooks museum of art happens to be the largest and oldest museum in the state of Tennessee and within its vicinity it includes the Cafe Brooks, the Brooks museum of art, a grand terrace and the Holly Court Garden. The museum contains 29 galleries showcasing paintings from the Italian Renaissance, Baroque and 20th century artists. It also has a research library of 5,000 volumes and an auditorium. The museum houses an impressive collection of English portraits by Gainsborough, Lawrence and Reynolds as well as contemporary artists such as Carroll Cloar, a Memphis native.”
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“Museum at the site of the Lorraine Motel where Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was killed in 1968. Museum traces the Civil Rights Movement. You can see the balcony where Dr. King was shot and the room where James Earl Ray fired the shot.”
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