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Lodge Pickwick Landing

Selmer, TN

The town of Selmer, TN is known for its slugburgers and rockabilly music. The town grew to be the area it is today thanks to the construction of a railroad. You’ll find music history, vintage shops, and fun dining.


Attractions in Selmer, TN

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Rockabilly highway mural

A part of the Tennessee Music Pathway this mural was painted by Nashville artist Brian Tull to commemorate when US Highway 45 South was christened as “Rockabilly Highway,” this mural pays homage to McNairy County’s rockabilly roots, and has become an inspiration to visitors and locals alike. READ MORE.

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Duncan Christmas Tree Farm and Gift Shop

Breathe in the aroma of fresh pine and hot coffee as you look for the perfect gift. While you most likely won’t be purchasing a Christmas tree during your visit, a quick roam around the rows of trees and you’ll be in the Holiday spirit. READ MORE.

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MindGamez

A trading card and board game store located in Downtown Selmer, TN. READ MORE.

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Rockabilly Highway Revival Festival

For those who love to rock and relax, we’ve got your perfect set up. Enjoy some loud music and loud cars at the festival then head back to Lodge Pickwick Landing for a different kind of R&R. The Rockabilly Highway Revival Festival is an annual, fun-filled event the whole family will enjoy. READ MORE.

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Pat’s Cafe

Serving up slugburgers for over three generations. This quick order restaurant is a must stop for any visit to Selmer. READ MORE.

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Rockabilly Cafe

Each table at this fun restaurant tells the story of a music pioneer. Breakfast is served all day and you can even try a famous “Elvis” sandwich–peanut butter and banana on the grill. READ MORE.

Rockabilly Highway Mural

Painted by Nashville artist Brian Tull to commemorate when US Highway 45 South was christened as “Rockabilly Highway,” this mural pays homage to McNairy County’s rockabilly roots, and has become an inspiration to visitors and locals alike. READ MORE.

Rockabilly Highway Mural II

Following the popularity of the first Rockabilly Highway Mural, artist Brian Tull was commissioned to complete another music-themed project. For Rockabilly Highway II, Tull was inspired by musicians Eileen Rose and Rich Gilbert of The Silver Threads. READ MORE.