Community Centers

West Tennessee Delta Heritage Center

I-40 Exit 56, 121 Sunny Hill Cove (behind McDonalds), Brownsville, TN 38012; (731) 779-9000; Fax: (731) 779-9001; Web Site:
Learn what there is to see in West Tennessee! Counties in the area have furnished displays to highlight the destinations of the region. Other featured sites in the Center include The West Tennessee Music Museum spotlighting Carl Perkins, Elvis Presley, Tina Turner and Sleepy John Estes; The Cotton Museum, tracing the history of this important southern crop from 1828 to the present; The Hatchie River Museum, focusing on the fragile watershed of the last unchannelized river in the lower Mississippi River Valley; and the home of Sleepy John Estes.  Monday - Saturday, 9-5; Sunday 1-5.

Parker’s Crossroads Visitor Center - Exhibits/Bookstore/Gift Shop

20945 Hwy 22 N, Parker’s Crossroads, TN 38388 ; (731) 968-1191; Web Site:
Located I-40, Exit 108, Parker’s Crossroads is the site of the famous December 31, 1862 battle by Confederate General N.B. Forrest.  A free self-guided tour brochure is available at the Visitors Center. Driving tour takes approximately one hour.  Walking trails wheelchair accessible. Visitors Center open daily 9 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. Closed Christmas Day.

Humboldt Chamber of Commerce

1200 Main Street, Humboldt, TN 38343; (731) 784-1842; Fax: (731) 784-1573; E-Mail:; Web Site:
For over 100 years, the Humboldt Chamber of Commerce has served the citizens and businesses of Humboldt with dedication and leadership in economic growth and community development. Since 1934, the Chamber has coordinated the West Tennessee Strawberry Festival (, one of the premier attractions in Tennessee each spring, held the first full week in May. In addition to the Festival, Humboldt is home to the highly acclaimed West Tennessee Regional Art Center ( displaying art work from local, regional, and nationally known artists. Also located in the same building with the Chamber and the Art Center is the Strawberry Festival Museum, home of a collection of artifacts and memorabilia from Humboldt’s grandeur history that dates back to the early 19th century. “Make Humboldt Your Destination...Where All Business is Big Business!”

Hardeman County Courthouse

Court Square, Bolivar, TN; Hardeman Co. Chamber,P.O. Box 313, Bolivar, TN 38008; (731) 658-6554;Web Site:
The centerpieces of historic Hardeman County are its courthouses. Its first, built in 1824, is the earliest surviving courthouse in West Tennessee and now serves as the Little Courthouse Museum. The second, burned by Union forces in 1864, was replaced in 1868 by the current Italianate style courthouse.

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