Museums in Tennessee

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Frank H. McClung Museum
Museum with collections in anthropology, archaeology, decorative arts, medicine, local history and natural history.

Knoxville Museum of Art
Building features five galleries, the Great Hall, auditorium, Museum Shop and various gardens and terraces.

National Civil Rights Museum
Museum offers an overview of the civil rights movement in exhibit form.

Hands On! Regional Museum
Museum features interactive exhibits, programs and events in the arts, sciences and humanities.

National Knife Museum
Museum is maintained by the National Knife Collectors Association.

Ewing Gallery
Gallery of art and architecture.

Art Museum of the University of Memphis
Museum offers permanent displays of Egyptian antiquities and West African artifacts and changing exhibitions of contemporary art.

American Museum of Science and Energy
Museum provides the general public with energy information.

Memphis Museum System
Collection of historic, educational and technological attractions.

East Tennessee Discovery Center
Facility includes a science discovery center and a health discovery center.

Museum of Beverage Containers & Advertising
Collection of soda and beer cans, bottles and advertising items.

Carroll Reece Museum
Museum houses the permanent collection of the Art Department of East Tennessee State University.

Biblical Resource Center & Museum
Museum features replicas of artifacts from the times of Hebrew and Christian scriptures.

East Tennessee Historical Society
Society operates a museum that tells the story of life in east Tennessee.

Sequoyah Birthplace Museum
Historic site of the birthplace of the Cherokee Indians.

Institute of Egyptian Art and Archeology
Institute is a component of the University of Memphis’ Department of Art.

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