The Dixon Gallery and Gardens
(above The Dixon Gallery and Gardens. Photo: © John Hazeltine, 2012. Onsite photography permission by Julie Pierotti, The Dixon Gallery and Gardens)
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Since 1976, The Dixon Gallery and Gardens has been one of Memphis' premier art institutions, specializing in impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings and decorative arts.
The Dixon Gallery and Gardens is located in East Memphis on Park Avenue between Getwell and Perkins, across from Audubon Park in Memphis, Tennessee. The street address for the Dixon Gallery and Gardens is 4339 Park Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee 38117.
Please see the museum's website for hours and fees.
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