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Magevney House

198 Adams Ave, Memphis, TN 38103-1922
+1 901-526-4464
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Historic Magevney House in downtown Memphis

Every local resident and tourist should see the historic Magevney House. It's one of the few... read more

Reviewed 15 January 2018
KayJay46
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Memphis
Nice little house to tour !

The Magevney House is supposedly the oldest surviving residence in Memphis. Built in the 1830's for... read more

Reviewed 10 November 2016
IverJohnson
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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
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This stately house held the first Catholic mass in the city and is now newly restored to its 1850s grandeur.
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14 Jan 2018
“Historic Magevney House in downtown Memphis”
9 Nov 2016
“Nice little house to tour !”
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198 Adams Ave, Memphis, TN 38103-1922
Downtown
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+1 901-526-4464
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Reviewed 15 January 2018

Every local resident and tourist should see the historic Magevney House. It's one of the few original buildings left in the area. You will learn a lot during your visit.

Thank KayJay46
Reviewed 10 November 2016

The Magevney House is supposedly the oldest surviving residence in Memphis. Built in the 1830's for an Irish Immigrant, this is not a mansion, but a 3-4 room frame house that still has a lot of charm and history. The tour, which is only on...More

Thank IverJohnson
Reviewed 2 June 2016

We love to see and appreciate the homes of long ago. This house is a must see for anyone who loves history.

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Reviewed 27 August 2012

This tiny whhite house, built in the 1830's by an irish immigrant to Memphis, was in the famiily until the 1940's when it was willed to the city. It is part of the Pink Palace Family of Museums. If it is not open, the garden...More

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