2019 Preservation Series Current MHI Member $50.00 USD Non MHI Member $75.00 USD Join MHI and Purchase One Ticket $100.00 USD Join MHI and Purchase ...Read More »
Our mission is to educate and coordinate individuals and groups to save, improve, reuse, and maintain architecturally and historically significant buildings, neighborhoods, parks, and cultural artifacts of Shelby County, Tennessee.
Memphis Heritage, Inc. was founded in 1975 as a non-profit educational and charitable organization. From our efforts to save the Hill mansion on Union Avenue to our efforts today encompassing the entire city, Memphis Heritage keeps working to preserve our area's rich history. As Memphis Heritage celebrates its 40 year anniversary, it continues to be the voice for the preservation of the Memphis area's architectural heritage.
Memphis Heritage was founded in 1975 and remains the only non-profit in Shelby county which promotes historic preservation for all of Memphis and Shelby County
Skyline Reflections Old and New by Charlie Lambert Landmarks Lost and Revived Memphis has about the most arcane, varied city skylines anywhere. Composed of half a ...Read More »
Dear Friends, Please consider making a year-end tax-deductible donation to Memphis Heritage and help us continue our work, advocating for the saving and repurposing of our most important ...Read More »
Already overwhelmed by holiday shopping? Let us take it off your hands. Create your holiday giving list, make a donation of $15.00 per person in honor of ...Read More »
A renovator’s happy hour & tour series presented by Memphis Heritage Join us for Memphis Heritage’s brand new series of behind-the-scenes tours of historic buildings ...Read More »
Get your shopping done with Memphis Heritage Looking for that perfect gift for your preservationist friends? Remember our great gift options such as Memphis Heritage’s 2018 ...Read More »
Memphis Heritage’s annual Adapt-A-Door Fundraiser brings large crowds to Howard Hall for the exciting silent auction of artwork and furniture created by local artists, architects, ...Read More »