Clay County Museum

Remembering Roots

Preserving Clay County History
In 1986, Clay County did not have a museum, so a group of citizens decided it was a good time to establish one because the State of Tennessee was celebrating Homecoming ’86. With the help of many volunteers and businesses, the building and location where the Museum is now located was established.

The mission of the Clay County Museum is to provide unique educational experiences based on pictures, objects, stories and lives from our Clay County traditions of ingenuity, resourcefulness and innovation. Their purpose is to inspire people to learn from those traditions to help shape a better future for the citizens of Clay County.

Clay County Museum is located at 805 Brown St. in Celina. Hours are 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday.