Customs House Museum & Cultural Center

Customs House Museum and Cultural Center
Discover Art, History, Science and more at Tennessee’s Second Largest General Interest Museum. You are sure to be amazed and entertained with over 35,000 square feet of galleries, exhibits and hands-on activities.

Explorer’s Gallery: Children or kid’s at heart, enjoy the Bubble Cave, McGregor’s Market, physics exhibit and more!
Memory Lane: Gives a taste of the past through local history exhibits, including Montgomery County’s legendary ever-present tobacco history.
DeWald Gallery: Home of our Boehm Porcelains. With over 100 pieces, we have one of the largest collections in the Southeast.
Model Trains in the Kimbrough Gallery: permanent layout of scale model trains designed by our volunteer train crew. Engineers run the trains every Sunday.
Hand Sports Gallery: takes you through the sports accomplishments of a few Clarksville natives, including Gold Medalist Olympic Winner, Wilma Rudolph
Heritage Hall: Becoming Clarksville: Legacies of Leadership, permanent gallery showcasing a topical history of Clarksville, TN
Crouch, Orgain, Bruner and Kimbrough Galleries: rotating temporary art and history exhibits that showcase local, regional, historical artists and more.

We offer a variety of rental spaces for special events including galleries, meeting rooms, the Coca Cola Café and auditorium for educational talks or presentations. Free parking is available for Museum visitors.

Monday closed to the public
Tuesday thru Saturday : 10-5:00p.m.
Sunday: 1-5:00p.m.

Free Admission
Free Parking