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873 Hwy 51 North, Covington, TN, US, 38019

  • Phone: (901) 476-8561
  • Fax: (901) 476-8562
4.6 out of 5 (18 reviews)
94% of guests recommend this hotel

Attractions

»Mississippi County Courthouse

The Mississippi County Courthouse is a historic court building located at Hale and Poplar Avenues. Constructed in 1912, it shows the Classical Revival style of architecture. The structure is a marvel considering the time in was built in. The magnificent interiors add to the beauty of the building. The copper dome that adorns the structure gives it a spectacular look. The courthouse is fully functional even today and continues to serve the people of Mississippi County.

209 West Hale Avenue
Osceola, AR 72370

»Mindfield

A 75 foot sculpture which was created by the artist Billy Tripp.

1 Mindfield Alley
Brownsville, Tennessee 38012

»West Tennessee Delta Heritage Center

A welcome center showing west Tennessee cities and attraction events.

1221 Sunnyhill Cove
Brownsville, Tennessee 38012

»Temple Adas Israel

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.

135 North Washington Avenue
Brownsville, TN 38012

»Hampson Archeological Museum State Park

The Hampson Archeological Museum State Park is a historic museum which started in 1961. It has exhibits related to the Nodena Site, a Native American village. A playground near the museum can be used for picnicking and other fun activities. Guided tours of the museum are available.

2 Lake Drive
Wilson, AR 72395

»Hatchie National Wildlife Refuge

A Hatchie Scenic River with a migration habitat.

4172 Highway 76 South
Brownsville, Tennessee 38012

»Sleepy John Estes House

The home of blues legend John Adam Estes provides many photographs and audio tapes.

121 Sunnyhill Cove
Brownsville, Tennessee 38012

»Dancyville United Methodist Church and Cemetery

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.

Dancyville Methodist Church Road
Dancyville, TN 38069
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