The Davies Manor Historic Site has an 1807 plantation home that is perhaps the oldest building in all of West Tennessee. It sits on a designated Century Farm, and is certified by the National Wildlife Federation as an official Backyard Wildlife Habitat. The Davies Manor Association has spent years researching the enslaved people who lived and worked at Davies Manor. Their exhibit, Omitted in Mass, comprises twelve panels that explore
the history of slavery and sharecropping at Davies Plantation, as well as other sites owned by members of the Davies family prior to the Civil War. This exhibit earned them two awards from the Tennessee Association of Museums and is available to be viewed in appointment-scheduled tours of the house!