Learn more by visiting The City of Bartlett or The Bartlett Chamber of Commerce websites.
Bartlett Farmers Market has become a local hub for social activity and healthy lifestyle choices. Vendors and customers alike look forward to each new season for fresh, locally grown produce. The market is noted for its popular repeat vendors and new participants as well as its family-oriented events and activities.
Bartlett is the epicenter for exploring the Memphis / Mid-South Region. The Wolfchase Commercial District has the largest concentration of hotel rooms in the Memphis area in addition to being the region’s major retail hub. Conveniently located at the crossroads of Interstate 40 and Germantown Parkway (TN 177), the Wolfchase / Bartlett retail complex is ideally suited for both business people and families that are seeking an ideal central location.
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Explore the Region
The Bartlett Movies in the Park project is in conjunction with the Bartlett Station Commission and the City of Bartlett. This is a free family-oriented event. Bring your blankets, lawn chairs and enjoy a kid-friendly movie inside W. J. Freeman Park.
The historic Gotten House was built in 1871 by Nicholas Gotten, (born 1832), a veteran of the Civil War. Admission is FREE! The museum is open the first and third Sunday of each month from 2-4 PM. Special tours can be arranged by calling 901.373.8433.
The Davies Manor Association preserves and interprets the Davies Manor log house museum and historic site. We aim to provide an inclusive, multi-faceted space for the educational study of the Davies family, regional history, early Shelby County farm life, and the natural environment; by doing so, we create opportunities for the public to make meaningful connections between the past and the present.
The trail was once used centuries ago by animals, and later by indigenous people. The trail was later, infamously used as one of the main routes to force native tribes in the Southeast to the Indian territory established west of Arkansas. This trail is located in the heart of Bartlett with Stage Road being the main section. You can take the tour and learn more about the city of Bartlett's history.
Built in 1946, the historic mansion at Cedar Hall is dripping with antebellum southern charm. With space and resources to host you and 250 of your closest friends and family, our professional and experienced staff is prepared to make your event just as unique as you are.
BPACC is a multi-purpose facility offering cultural performances spanning a diversity of repertoire and disciplines. We provide an ideal place for business meetings, seminars, parties, luncheons and other gatherings. Maximize the attention given to your event by holding it in one of the most modern facilities in the Mid-South.