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We want you to be part of our museum, to experience its beauty and this is why we offer several ways to let you engage with us to help maintain and develop the museum. Whether you visit the Museum for the fantastic learning experiences, walk and explore the Museum's 20+ acres with its natural beauty, or need a unique location for a special event, we have everything for all of you. Become a member today!
The Tipton County Museum offers many fun and educational programs for all ages. Whether it's gardening, art, genealogy, and more, we've got you covered. We also offer several K-12 programs for traditional and home-school students.Educational Programs
Becoming an annual member of the Tipton County Museum, Veterans Memorial & Nature Center will give you the opportunity to be a part of a one-of-a-kind facility. The Tipton County Museum is one of the first facilities in the country to bring together military history, environmental education, and historical preservation. There are many benefits to joining, but the most important is that you are helping to support the Museum’s role as a caretaker of Tipton County’s rich history. Become a member today!Ways to support
Do you love history? What about art or nature? Do you like to build? Would you like to help your community? Do you have a few hours to spare each month? The Tipton County Museum, Veterans Memorial and Nature Center is in need of volunteers who can help grow the Tipton County Museum. Whether you can assist during special events, give tours, lending a hand in the gardens, or helping to construct our next projects, we can use you! Let us know what your special skills are and we'll put them to good use!Volunteer Now
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Veteran test Allan Anthony Barrow July 2019: Allan Anthony Barrow, Sr. US Navy, 1975-1996 Allan Anthony Barrow, Sr. was born and raised in Harlem, New
What our visitors saying about their experience
The museum offers a great sampling of facts about our home county. The hiking trail shows off Tennessee’s wilderness beauty, and includes a wetland habitat viewing platform. I highly recommend walking the trail in all seasons. William Ballard
I came here with my mother to get military information about her grandfather from the 1918. This is a great hidden spot in Covington, TN. Free admission but donations are welcomed. They bring together military, history, environmental education, and historical preservation. Vernice S from Cordova, Memphis, TNGreat Hidden Spot
The Tipton County Museum, Veterans Memorial & Nature Center located at 751 Bert Johnston Ave in Covington, TN, opened on Nov. 11, 1998 and encompasses…