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Houston Museum of Decorative Arts

201 High Street
Chattanooga, TN 37403

423-267-7176

The Houston Museum of Decorative Arts is a popular visitor destination located in a century-old Victorian house adjacent to the arts district of Downtown Chattanooga. It contains one of the world’s finest collections of antique glass and ceramics, as well as antique furniture, music boxes, coverlets and other rare pieces from the collection of the late Anna Safley Houston. It boasts the world’s largest collection of pitchers.

A unique museum in the Southeast, the Houston is one of Chattanooga's significant visitor attractions. The museum offers guided tours of its permanent displays of the rarest pieces from Mrs. Houston’s collections and changing exhibits as well. It also houses a gift shop where many unusual items are available, including some similar to glass and ceramic pieces in the Houston collections. The gift shop is open to the public, free of admission charge.

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