Founded in 1976 by Hugo and Margaret Dixon, the Dixon Gallery & Gardens is a fine art museum and public garden near Audubon Park in the heart of Memphis. The Dixon features diverse and changing exhibitions of fine and decorative arts and a permanent collection of over 2,000 objects, including important French Impressionist paintings and significant holdings of German and English porcelain.
Centered around a Georgian-style residence built in 1942, the Dixon's 17-acre site is a highly regarded public garden and certified arboretum. An education resource for visitors of all ages, the Dixon is accredited by the American Association of Museums and is a member of the American Public Gardens Association and Botanical Gardens Conservation International. Check the Dixon's website for frequent performing arts events, concerts, tours, and education programs.
The Dixon offers free admission through the end of 2024! Visitors can take tours without reservations on Sundays and Tuesdays at 2 pm. Please call 901-761-5250 for more information or check www.dixon.org
- Guided Tours Available
- Reservations Accepted
- Restaurant On site
- Parking Lot