Beck Cultural Exchange Center Knoxville, Tennessee
Beck Cultural Exchange CenterKnoxville, Tennessee
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Where to find us

Beck Cultural Exchange Center, Inc.
1927 Dandridge Ave.
Knoxville, TN 37915
 
Phone:865.524.8461

Email: beckcenter@beckcenter.net

 

Or use our Contact Form.

Museum Hours

Closed Thursday 9/3/2015

Due to the receipt of large donated items, Beck will be closed on Thursday, September 3, 2015 and will reopen on Friday, Septemeber 4, 2015. We apologize for any inconvenience. Thank you.

Our museum is open during the following hours:

Tuesday - Saturday

10:00AM - 6:00PM

In the event of inclement weather we operate on the Knox County School Schedule.  Please See knoxschools.org.
Admission: FREE
Parking: FREE

PLEASE CONTACT US IF YOU WOULD LIKE A TOUR

or Please Feel Free To Contact Us for Additional Information

Beck Exhibits

We have Permanent Exhibits and Feature Exhibits. Prepared to be intrigued.

Museum Rental

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Welcome to Beck "Where African American History is Preserved"

Thank You! Thank You For Your Support. Please Make Plans To Join Us Again Next Year.

Beck Cultural Exchange Center, Inc., a primary repository of blackhistory and culture in East Tennessee, was established in 1975 and 2015 marks our 40 Year Anniversary! To celebrate this tremendous milestone Beck is inviting the entire greater community to join us in commemorating the Eighth of August at Chilhowee Park on Saturday, August 8, 2015.

Beck is the storehouse of African-American history and, Beck is unique in that, of all of the black museums across the country, none has the collections that Beck Center has; not one can come close. The Beck Museum is a beautiful spacious and magnificent facility, which has a vast collection of both Permanent and Feature Exhibits. The exhaustive collections that Beck has and continues to amass allow the museum to rotate exhibits on an ongoing basis without end.

Beck is a must see historical, educational and cultural experience and is a major tourist attraction. Since the founding of Beck, our broad cross-section of exhibits, artifacts, and, memorabilia, captured in a variety of styles and formats, have captivated the interest of visitors of all ages.

Feel free to tour our website, then come experience Knoxville's most intriguing black history museum for yourself; the Beck Cultural Exchange Center, the place “Where African-American History Is Preserved.”

 

We look forward to welcoming you.

 Your Friends at Beck

 

Beck Cultural Exchange Center, Inc. offers an ever-changing lineup of exhibits. It's worth coming back as there is always something for everyone to enjoy. Our website is a great opportunity to learn more about Beck. Yet, we also invite you to stop by and visit the Museum and see for yourself a collection that is second to none.

Beck is a Good Investment.  Please consider investing in Beck today.

Thank you.



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