The City of Gallaway, TN
The city of Gallaway is located in the state of Tennessee in Fayette County and has a population of 760 as reported by the census of 2010. The largest nearby city to Gallaway is Memphis, approximately 18 miles from the city center.There are several family restaurants in or near Gallaway, including Pericos Mexican Restaurant, Subway Sandwiches & Salads, Beaver Creek Bar-B-Q, Back Yard Burgers and Bozo's Hot Pit Bar-B-Q. For a larger selection of Gallaway restaurants select our Restaurants tab above. Visitors and residents can enjoy nearby Gallaway Golf Courses and/or Museums, including the Quail Ridge Golf Course, Davies Manor, Tipton County Museum, Bartlett Museum and Stonebridge Golf Course. For a more complete list of attractions in or around the city of Gallaway please click on the Attractions tab above. The following airport is located in or near Gallaway:
- Memphis Intl. Airport (MEM)
Gallaway, Tennessee Climate and WeatherIn the month of March, Gallaway experiences an average high temperature of 61 degrees Fahrenheit. Low temperaturs in March are usually about 40 degrees with an average rainfall of 5.41 inches. The seasonal climate varies in Gallaway with daytime temperatures averaging 88 degrees in the summer, and 49 degrees in the winter months. Visitors can also expect Gallaway to receive an average of 4.7 inches of rainfall per/month during winter months and 3.5 inches of rainfall per/month in the summer months. The temperature has been known to get as high as 108 degrees in the summer and as low as -11 degrees in the winter so visitors planning a vacation to Gallaway should check the weather forecast to determine proper attire prior to departure. Spring and Fall bring average daytime temperatures of 72 degrees, and nighttime lows of 50.
Gallaway, Tennessee Attractions
1Alex Haley House and Museum - Henning,
Alex Haley House and Museum is a Tennessee state-owned historic site in Henning, Tennessee. It was originally known as W. E. Palmer House. It was a home and the burial place of author Alex Haley. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.
2Aqua Golf Center - Memphis,
The Aqua Golf Center is a 9 hole public golf course in Shelby County Tennessee. This course is located in the city of Memphis, . Tee times are accepted by calling the pro shop at 901-372-1868.
Address: 5055 Pleasant View Rd, Memphis, TN 38134
3Art Museum of the University of Memphis - Memphis,
The Art Museum of the University of Memphis is a museum that can be found at 3750 Norriswood Avenue in Memphis, Tennessee in the US. The museum was opened in 1981 as The University Gallery; in 1994 the gallery received its present name.
4Audubon Golf Course - Memphis,
The Audubon Golf Course is an 18 hole public golf course in Shelby County Tennessee. This course is located in the city of Memphis, . Tee times are accepted up to 7 days in advance and the pro shop phone number for reservations is 901-683-6941.
Address: 4160 Park Ave, Memphis, TN 38117
5Bartlett Museum - , Bartlett,
The Nicholas Gotten House is located on 2969 Court Street in Bartlett, Tennessee. It houses the Bartlett Museum, a local history museum operated by the Bartlett Historical Society.
6Belz Museum of Asian and Judaic Art - Memphis,
The Belz Museum of Asian and Judaic Art is a museum that can be found at 119 South Main Street at the intersection of Gayoso Avenue in Memphis, Tennessee in the US. The museum was opened in 1998 as the Peabody Place Museum; in January 2007 it received its present name.
7Burkle Estate - Memphis,
The Burkle Estate is a historic home at 826 North Second Street in Memphis, Tennessee. It is also known as the Slavehaven. Although disputed by some historians, the Burkle Estate is claimed by some to have been part of the Underground Railroad, a secret network of way stations to help slaves escape to freedom in the northern states. The house was constructed in 1849 by a German immigrant by the name of Jacob Burkle.
8Cherokee Valley Golf Club - , Olive Branch,
The Cherokee Valley Golf Club is an 18 hole public golf course in DeSoto County Mississippi. This course is located in the city of Olive Branch. Tee times are accepted up to 5 days in advance and the pro shop phone number for reservations is 662-893-4444.
Address: 6635 Crumpler Blvd, Olive Branch, MS 38654
9Children's Museum of Memphis - Memphis,
The Children's Museum of Memphis is located on 2525 Central Avenue in Memphis, Tennessee in the US.
10Davies Manor - Memphis,
Davies Manor is the oldest home in Shelby County, Tennessee and possibly West Tennessee. It is a two-story, log and chink home made using white oak logs that is on what was once a plantation with a total of about 2,000 acres.
Gallaway, Tennessee Hotels
2Super 8 Motel Lakeland
9779 Huff And Puff Rd
Lakeland, TN 38002
4Fairfield Inn & Suites By Marriott Memphis East/galleria
8489 Us Highway 64
Memphis, TN 38133
6Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Memphis - Wolfchase Galleria
2751 New Brunswick Road
Memphis, TN 38133
10Hampton Inn & Suites Memphis Wolfchase Galleria
2935 N Germantown Rd
Bartlett, TN 38133
Gallaway, Tennessee Restaurants
This is a list of Gallaway Family Restaurants with addresses and phone numbers, including Fine Dining Restaurants, Sandwich Shops and Bar & Grill Restaurants. Happy Dining!
445 Main Street
Mason City, NE 68855
9Nu Crow Bar & Grill
445 Main Street
Mason City, NE 68855
Published March 30, 2011
Your family will discover a wonderful selection of museums in Memphis Tennessee including The Stax Museum of American Soul Music and The Children's Museum of Memphis
Published March 29, 2011
From Sun Recording to the Stax Studios, from Graceland to Beale Street, there's plenty of opportunities to experience a musical Memphis Tennessee that all ages will enjoy.
Published February 1, 2011
Graceland is perhaps the most famous tourist attraction in Memphis Tennessee. Graceland was the last home of Elvis Presley and is not a wonderful tourist destination.
Published August 14, 2010
When you think of Memphis, Tennessee, you think “Rock N Roll,” Graceland, Sun Studio, and Elvis. Would you ever think of Victorian England, Pink Palaces, and Mud?