Wither's Collection Museum And Gallery26 Votes Currently Closed
Ernest Withers was a photojournalist based in Memphis and is known for his eternal love for the city. He dedicated the museum to the state where his fantastic collection of historic photographs is on display.
These include every part of the city’s past including revolutions, nature, culture, music, sports and all else. This includes photographs of the beautiful tourist attractions of the city, the Mississippi river and native animals, the famous singers of the state, the sports stadiums, parks, museums, Civil War movements and the Afro Americans who made the city proud of their existence and work.
Wither's Collection Museum And Gallery Travel Tips
- Group bookings are taken.
- Photography and filming are not allowed.
Entrance Ticket Details For Wither's Collection Museum And Gallery
- $7 for students with ID and senior citizens above 60 years.
- Free for children under 12 years accompanied by an adult.
- Membership rates apply for other members.
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Wither's Collection Museum And Gallery Reviews & Ratings
🔴What an AMAZING, Educational & Informational Museum. Hubby & I ❤❤this place. You ONLY ❕pay a donation 2 get it BUT ❕❕I will be making REGULAR donations because US AS BLACK FOK NEED TO LEARN & VALUE OUR HISTORY ❗❗❗ 🔴Last Tues of each month @ 6pm they have Table Talk & Refreshments FREE too❗❗
Words are not enough. Every child that comes to Memphis should visit here and learn. Wonderful display, poignant, entertaining and transforming all roled up in one place. Still heartbreaking that the same economical and social injustice still abound today and are spurred on from our so called political leaders..
Amazing! You should not miss this gallery. The photography is spectacular and tells the history we should already know.
Brought my son here because he wants to be a world photographer... all of his pictures told a story school had failed to teach & I failed to learn myself. This was amazing!!!
Very inspiring and interesting, worth going if you have free time in Memphis