The town of Collierville has a lot to offer to visitors one great place is the Museum of Biblical History. This museum takes a different perspective them most small town museum. Instead of focusing on the history of the tower the Museum of Biblical History focuses on well… Biblical History. It keeps more than 2,000 years’ worth of history within its walls. Some of the key components of these exhibits are artifacts like the Assyrian Flood Tablet, The Moabite Stone, Relief panel from the Black Obelish of Shamaneser III, and the Rosetta Stone. No, that is not the same Rosetta stone that teaches languages. The Biblical Museum also doubles as Library. It contains over 600 volumes of reference books. There is an impressive electronic connection as well that can been seen from its onsite displays. Hours for this amazing museum is Tuesday-Saturday from 10am- 5pm. Admission is free however there is a recommended donation of $3 for all ages. The Collierville Museum of Biblical History is one of a kind, making it a must see for any stop in the area. The Biblical History museum is always do special events as well. For instance they recently had a special guest speaker Dr.Paul Maier do a two day seminar on st. Paul. While visiting check out www.biblical-museum dot org to see who is coming into town.
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Apples are by far my favorite fruit and the best place to get them is right off the tree. Apple Valley Orchards has an amazing orchard that they love to show off. Better yet is the Apply Valley Bakery. Open July through December from 9-5 on most days this orchard will satisfy all of your apple needs. The Bakery offers everything apple at from apple fritters thatS came right out of the fryer. The have the best Cinnamon rolls in towns that have a special apple cinnamon filling. There are out of this world friend apple pie similar to those at a certain yellow arched fast food place, but with no contest. No bakery would be complete without a good old fashion apple stack cake. The stack cake is piled high reaching an astounding 6 inches. if you’re looking for something a little more flaky you can reach for an apple turnover. The Orchard has a wide variety of apples to choose from depending on the time in the season. In the early season you can find tasty Lodi, Red Free, Ginger Gold, and Gala apples. Mid-season be expecting Senshu, Red Delicious, and Golden Delicious. The late season will bring Pink Lady, Granny Smith, and our favorite Fuji apples. The Apple Valley Orchard is an astounding place to visit and to get the best apples available.