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200 E Gholson Ave
This is a one-of-a-kind shrine that pays tribute to \"The King of Rock and Roll.\" It is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Not to be missed if you're an Elvis fan!
785 Highway 4 W
Ranked one of America's top 50 by Golf Digest, this well manicured course is a great place to practice, or challenge your friends to an exciting game.
335 E Salem Ave
This two-story columned Greek Revival home was built as a wedding present for the daughter of Alfred Brooks. It is now operated by the Holly Springs Garden Club as ...
W Boundary St
Cottrell Cemetery is the final resting place of many famous local African-Americans. It is open daily.
140 N Maury St
One of the oldest homes in Holly Springs, White Pillars was built by Thomas Falconer, the local newspaper editor. This imposing two-story brick, white-columned ...
390 E College Ave
Now a private residence, this Greek Revival home features an eloquent seven by five arched porch with millwork spandrels.
150 Rust Ave
What was to eventually be known as Rust College was established by the Freedman's Aid Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Today the spacious campus is the site of many cultural ...
Built by Samuel McCorkle, a founder of Holly Springs, Crump Place is the boyhood home of E.H. \"Boss\" Crump, a legendary mayor of Memphis. During the Civil War, the home was used for ...
285 Plains Rd
Strawberry Plains Audubon Center includes a visitor's center, the Davis
125 N Market St
Open since the 1920's, this store features fine men's and women's ready-to-wear clothing.