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Coordinates: 35°08′36″N 90°03′17″W / 35.1433°N 90.0546°W / 35.1433; -90.0546 The Cotton Museum Established March 2006 Location 65 Union Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee Type Textile museum Website http://www.memphiscottonmuseum.org The Cotton Museum, located in Memphis, Tennessee, U.S., is an historical and cultural museum that opened in March 2006 on the former trading floor of the Memphis Cotton Exchange at 65 Union Avenue in downtown Memphis.[1] The mission of the Cotton Museum is to share the story of the cotton industry and its many influences on the daily life, arts, and the development of the Mid-South region. The museum highlights artifacts through interpretive exhibits, educational programs, and research archives that help tell the story of cotton and cotton trading, from crop to becoming fabric. The Cotton Museum preserves the history of the cotton business and its impact on economics, history, society and culture, and science and technology.[2] The museum's exhibits are appropriate for field trips for middle schoolers and older, and provide visitors context for other attractions in the city. The museum is open to the public. See also List of museums in Tennessee References Wikimedia Commons has media related to: The Cotton Museum ^ Henighan, Susanna Moon Tennessee. Avalon Travel Publishing; Fifth Edition, 2009, p. 35. ^ Tennessee History for Kids Memphis Cotton Exchange External links Cotton Museum official web site v · d · eTextile museums North America Bates Mill · Cooper-Hewitt · Cotton Museum · International Quilt Study Center · Lowell National Historical Park · Mission Mill Museum · Museum of Work and Culture · Museum L-A · Museum of the American Quilter's Society · San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles · Shelburne Museum · Slater Mill · Textile Museum, Washington D.C. · Textile Museum of Canada · Windham Textile and History Museum Central America Ixchel Museum of Indigenous Textiles and Clothing Europe Bielsko-Biała Museum · Helmshore · Blackburn Museum and Art Gallery · Queen Street Textile Museum · Central Museum of Textiles, Łódź  · Ethnographic Museum (Belgrade) · Fashion and Textile Museum · Fashion Museum, Bath · Kunstgewerbemuseum Berlin · Museum of Domestic Design and Architecture · Museum of the Romanian Peasant · National Museum of Costume · Quarry Bank Mill  · Victoria and Albert Museum · Wigan Pier · Wollaton Hall Asia Bhutan Textile Museum · Calico Museum of Textiles · Chojun Textile & Quilt Art Museum · Textile Museum (Jakarta) · Yokohama Silk Museum v · d · eCity of Memphis & Memphis metropolitan area (counties in TN, MS and AR) Memphis topics History | Geography | Government | Economy | Education | Culture | Tourism | Sports | Transportation | Memphians Memphis districts Downtown | Midtown | North Memphis | South Memphis | East Memphis Memphis neighborhoods Belle Meade - Berclair - Binghampton - Capleville - Central Gardens - Chickasaw Gardens - Cooper-Young - Cordova - Douglass - Evergreen - Frayser - General DeWitt Spain Airport - Glenview - Harbor Town - Hickory Hill - High Point Terrace - Hollywood - Hyde Park - Lenox - Medical District - Mud Island - Normal Station - Nutbush - Orange Mound - Parkway Village - Raleigh - Riverside - Sherwood Forest - South Main - Uptown - Victorian Village - Vollintine Hills - Whitehaven - Wolfchase Memphis metro area landmarks Tennessee: A. 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