Withers Collection Museum & Gallery
The Withers Collection Museum and Gallery offers a glimpse into 60 years of American history through the eyes of renowned photographer and historian Dr. Ernest C. Withers. From the pre-civil rights era of the Emmitt Till trial, to the history of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., legends of the Beale Street blues, soul and R&B music era, to the founding of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, the Museum and Gallery is a mecca for historians, artists, diplomats and individuals who recognize documented history at its highest level.
The musem features an entrance gallery and gift shop, a main gallery with permanent and temporary exhibits, and interactive multimedia displays.
Take a break from your browsing and pay a visit to the Dorothy Mae Cafe. As a tribute to Ernest's wife, Dorothy Mae, the gallery has expanded to include cafe offering a light menu of soups, salads, coffee and fine desserts.
FACILITY AMENITIESGift Shop, Guide Available, Reservations Accepted, Restaurant, Tours, Wheelchair Accessible
GENERAL INFORMATIONAdmission/Rates: Adults $10, Seniors and children $7,
Comp Policy, Free Admission
Hours of Operation: Wednesday - Thursday 2 p.m. - 10 p.m., Friday - Saturday 2 p.m. - 11 p.m., Sunday 2 p.m. - 9 p.m.
GROUP AMENITIESGroup Deposit Policy, Group Rates Available, Group Reservations Required
Minimum Group Size: 10
MEETING FACILITY DETAILSMeeting Space Capacity: 125
Directions: Near Beale and 4th Street. Next door to the Old Daisy and directly across the street from the New Daisy.