Events and Programs

 The Museum will be closed Thursday 11/27- Friday 11/28 for the Thanksgiving Holiday. We will resume our normal hours on Saturday 11/29.

We wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving!

Spotlight Saturday December 6th--Holiday Heritage

Save the date for December 6th from 10am-4pm for a showing of the film The Polar Express at 10:30am! Come in your favorite pajamas and bring a cozy blanket to watch the movie. Hang out after the movie to make snow globes, and other fun activities related to holiday traditions! The train cars on the square will also be open to view. 

Polar-Express

 

2015 Community Art Gallery Call for Entries

The Morton Museum and the Collierville Arts Council are excited to invite two-demensional artists to submit original artworks for consideration for solo exhibitions in one of our three Community Art Galleries. Please see Call for Submissions on how to apply. Deadline for applications is Decemeber 5, 2014.

For complete details, contact the Morton Museum at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (901)-457-2650

2015 Call Image

 

 

Collierville Home Tour and Gift Gazebo

The Morton Museum is proud to host the Gift Gazebo at this year's home tour presented by the Collierville Contemporary Club. Stop by on December 13th between 10am-4pm to enjoy refreshments, entertainment, and pick up a unique gift item for the holidays. Visitors can also purchase their tickets for the tour and take a free shuttle to the homes on the tour. Tickets can be purchased at the Museum of Biblical History, Square Beans Coffee, and the Brooks Collection on Town Square.

 HomeTour

 

 Join us for toddler Storytime in December, every Friday at 10:30!

December Storytime Calendar

 

70th Anniversary of D-Day

Come by the Morton Museum to see the new temporary exhibit commemorating the 70th anniversary of D-Day, and read profiles of local veterans. To learm more about D-Day and WWII, check out these resources from the Burch Library.

 

Sargent photo

 Photograph by Robert F. Sargent of the U.S. Coast Guard, shows troops wading toward the beaches of Normandy on D-Day, June 6, 1944.