Modern appearance meets history in this vibrant Tennessee
RICH HISTORY Arlington’s streets took shape after the Civil War, and its past is most
obvious in the five historic properties preserved by the Preservation of the
Tennessee Antiquities. Explore the historic downtown and check out the Rachel H. K. Burrow Museum, home to a charming collection of local memorabilia and historical items in this one room building that was built as a bank in 1905 and also once served as Arlington's library. The museum is listed on the National Register for Historical Places. Drop by S.Y. Wilson & Company.
For well over a century "Wilson's Store" has stood at the center of Arlington’s commercial and social life. Founded in 1893, it is the second oldest continuously operating business in Shelby County, TN. Currently operated by fourth generation descendants of founder Samuel Young Wilson, S.Y. Wilson is a landmark in Arlington.
MODERN CONVENIENCES Only minutes from downtown Memphis, St. Jude Children's Hospital, and Memphis's fine dining and shopping.
If you’re looking for a city that combines modern conveniences with rich
history, look no further than Arlington.