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Be aware that this "museum" is very small (half of a one-room schoolhouse) and so won't take you much time to tour. If you're coming from far away and expecting a lot to see, you'll probably be disappointed. I liked our visit - maybe 10...More
Saw the sign for Tina's museum on the way to Jonesboro, AK. What a find! Small ( a tiny schoolhouse) but full of what makes Tina a modern icon.
The museum is chock full of Tina memorabilia--her school desk (complete with a globe from her...More
We were not expecting a pit stop full of such history and slice of culture. I figured it was just a state visitor center but was pleasantly surprised to see Tina turner’s Flagg Grove school in back of the Delta Heritage center with a number...More
This tiny school house is full of not only Tina Turner memorabilia, but history of black children's lives and education of the 60's. Very well displayed, this restored one room school house is a must for any traveler.
Our group had a wonderful guided tour with Mary. You could tell how passionate she was about her community. We toured Tina Turner's childhood school, Sleepy John's Cabin, and exhibits on cotton farming, local musicians, Brownsville, and the Hatchee River wildlife. The place has a...More
We stopped here on our way to Memphis. The school is small, but full of memorabilia and history.
Free to go in. A visitor center is right next to it and also has stuff in it. The staff was very friendly and knowledgeable.
We were very excited to find out by accident that this is where Tina Turner was raised and schooled ( in nearby Nutbush). We had seen her in concert at least three times and are big fans. The school house contains costumes from different concerts,...More
This really is a great place. The visitor center houses four small museums (all worth visiting) and in the back there's an old school, where Tina Turner used to go to when she was a child. The Tina Turner Museum was in the school. We...More
We stopped into the Tina Turner museum on our way through the area and were not disappointed. The old one room school house features different outfits and records from her career. The museum is free to visit. The only real issue was that the audio...More
Yes. It's a green sign and if I remember correctly about 4 miles from Brownsville where her museum school has found its new home. it's on Tina Turner highway. It was a great feeling standing next to it as we were taking our... More
Yes. It's a green sign and if I remember correctly about 4 miles from Brownsville where her museum school has found its new home. it's on Tina Turner highway. It was a great feeling standing next to it as we were taking our memorable photos to return back home to the UK. I will try to upload one here.