2600 Anderson Ave.
Brownsville, TN 38012
Phone: (731) 772-4082
Fax: (731) 772-4082
The home of blues legend John Adam Estes provides many photographs and audio tapes.
A Hatchie Scenic River with a migration habitat.
A 75 foot sculpture which was created by the artist Billy Tripp.
Temple Adas Israel is located at Brownsville, Tennessee, United States. This historic synagogue dating back to 1882 is one of the foremost synagogue in Tennessee. In 1979, the synagogue was placed in the National Registrar of Historic Places.
A welcome center showing west Tennessee cities and attraction events.
The Dancyville United Methodist Church is one of the oldest surviving churches in the West Tennessee region. This church and its cemetery have been incorporated in the National Register in 1991. Its cemetery is the final resting place of war veterans from different wars like World War I & II, Spanish-American War and so forth.
This park contains 165 acres of pristine river bottom land, as well as an interpretive nature center, an observation tower, fishing areas, and picnic tables.
Casey Jones Mini Golf's design is officially sanctioned by the Miniature Golf Courses of America, Inc. It is ideal for family outings, church groups, day cares, tour groups, birthday parties, school field trips and out-of-town guests.
All aboard for family fun at one of Tennessee's best visited travel attractions. Featuring Brooks Shaw's Old Country Store Restaurant, 1890's Ice Cream Parlor, and Gift and Confectionery Shop -- all accented with over 15,000 antiques on display. The Village also includes the historic Casey Jones Home and Train Store, a miniature train ride, miniature golf course, amphitheater, and a selection of unique retail shops.
A battlesite which exhibits a log cabin which was once used as a hospital.
Historic building available for private or public events.
An Artesian well that was believed to cure "ailments." Once surrounded by a man-made lake which is no longer there the well still continues to bring up water.