At the historic Cotton Museum in downtown Memphis we're re-discovering the American South and telling the dynamic story of the plant that built the Bluff City. Learn all about how the fabric of our lives influenced the cultural fabric of Memphis. Through interpretive exhibits, educational videos and walking tours, the tour trace traces the city's evolution around the cotton industry.
The entire Cooper-Young historic district led by the energetic director, Tamara Walker, takes great pride in preserving the heart of Midtown known for years as a wonderful dining and shopping venue. There are 18 restaurants and 25 retail shops in the area including the Memphis Antique and Design District. Hope to see you soon at one of the great restaurants or retail stores in Cooper-Young District.
Cast Iron Jewelry from the Collection of the Birmingham Museum of Art During the early 19th century, cast iron was a primary material used in the production of decorative objects.