Things to Do

Carroll County History Museum

Dedicated to historian and museum curator, Rachel McKinney, the Carroll County Museum holds an array of memorabilia from famous residents like Billy O. Williams and Dixie Carter. Although small in size, this museum plays a major role in preserving the town’s history. Museam hours are Wednesday from 10 to 3. To visit the museam outside of these hours, please contact Melanie English at the number posted above to make an appointment.

248 McLemoresville Rd
McLemoresville, TN 38235

731-986-5452 or 731-225-5062

Carroll County Library

With their mission to promote recreational reading, independent learning and research, the Carroll County Library is much more than just a place to find your next read. The library includes amenities such as a children’s department, teen and young adult department, adult programming, technology services, and more. For more information, visit the links below.

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625 High Street
Huntingdon, TN 38344

731-986-1919

Court Theatre

The Court Theatre, a beautiful and quaint movie theatre, can be found in the heart of Huntingdon. While the theatre serves as a fun activity to do on the weekends, it is also full of local history as it has been special to the area for over 80 years. Between the eye-catching details and historical value, you are sure to be entertained by more than just your movie.

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155 Court Square
Huntingdon, TN 38344

(731) 986-4800

Dixie Performing Arts Center

Rich in history and culture, Huntington is home to the famous Dixie Performing Arts Center. The Dixie is an event venue for many talented and famed musicians and features a number of programs like The Dixie Players, Dixie Youth Theatre, The Dixie Children’s Chorus, and more. For more information, visit the link below.

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191 Court Square
Huntingdon, TN 38344

731-986-2100

Gordon Browning Genealogical Museum

Jere Cox – Curator

Housed in the historic old McKenzie Post Office Building, the Gordon Browning Museum and Genealogical Library is a publicly owned museum/repository for documents, images and artifacts that represent the history and culture of Carroll County, TN.

In addition to the vast resources it provides for genealogical enthusiasts, the museum is noted for the displays of Governor Gordon Browning memorabilia during his tenure as governor. In addition to its wartime artifacts the museum houses rare items taken from Hitler’s desk during the U.S. liberation of the Nazi prison camps.

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640 Main St. N
McKenzie, TN 38201

731-352-3510

Junior Bassmaster National Championship July 31 - August 1, 2018

The Junior Bassmaster National Championship presented by Dick's Sporting Goods returns to Caroll County Thousand Acre Recreational Lake on July 31 - August 1, 2018.

Weigh-in will be held @ 1:45 pm at Billy Cary Memorial Park in Downtown Huntingdon.

This Junior Tournament is sponsored by Carroll County Chamber of Commerce, Bethel University, Village of Paris - Paris Landing, and the State of Tennessee Department of Tourism, "Soundtrack of America, Made in Tennessee".


731-986-4664

McKenzie Memorial Library

The McKenzie Memorial Public Library is positioned in the heart of downtown at 15 Broadway. Complete with wireless internet, computers, CDs, records, DVDs, and of course, thousands of books, McKenzie Library is the ultimate getaway for any bookworm. For more information, visit the links below.

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15 Broadway St
McKenzie, TN 38201

731-352-5741

Park Theatre

The Park Theatre has begun its second life in the community due to a process of grants and a group of volunteers. In 2011, ACT II: Plan, Preserve, and Protect was founded to identify and pursue grants as well as raise cash through a broad range of events and fundraisers. Grants from LPRF and the Delta Regional Authority along with the City of McKenzie began the work of making the building structurally sound, safe, and usable for community meetings, workshops, theatrical performances and movies on the week-end. Community Leaders such as McKenzie Banking Company, the McKenzie Industrial Board, Carroll Bank & Trust, Bank of Gleason, Ruth & John H. Morris Memorial, the Kermit Holland family and Beta Sigma Phi donated various sums of money from $ 5,000 – 35,000.00 to buy equipment for the theatre. The Park Theatre is a self-supporting entity of the city.

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2312 Cedar St
McKenzie, TN 38201

(731) 393-0555