Bartlett is a city in Tennessee, United States, which is located adjacent to Memphis, a part of Memphis metropolitan area. The city came into being in 1829 with the community named as Union Depot and Green Bottom. Later the city was incorporated in 1866 with about population of 100 members. Below are some of the most popular tourist places in Bartlett.
1. Nicholas Gotten House
The Nicholas Gotten House is located on court street 2969, Bartlett. There you will find Bartlett Museum, operated by the Bartlett historical society. It was built by Nicholas Gotten in 1871, with a structure and style of New England Saltbox (a saltbox is a wooden frame house with a long roof that slopes down to the back). The museum displays collections that include written documents on the history of Barlett, photographs, artifacts, furniture of that period, etc. This museum is opened to public every for free on the first and third Sunday from 2-4 pm.
2. Attitash Bear Peak
Attitash is a ski area located on U.S route 302, near North Conway. It is operated by peak resorts which are located in white mountains. Attitash has two mountains – Attitash and Bear peak. Attitash consists of New England mountain trails. The narrow trails are the most challenging terrain fall lines. Bear peak has wider trails and glades. Both the mountains have high speed quads taking skiers straight to summit and halfway up the mountain respectively.
3. Bartlett Recreation and Fitness center
The Bartlett Recreation Center is located at 7700 Flaherty place behind Bartlett police station. This center is popular for swimming pool, racquetball courts, basketball courts, workout rooms and running track.
4. Bartlett Performing Arts & Conference Center
Performing Arts And Conference Center is opened in 1999 where it held its first show by Art Garfunkel. It is located at 3663 Appling road across the Bartlett police station. The center is not only limited to performances but can be rented out for other events such as business meetings and seminars.
Bartlett is a great combination of ancient and buildings. Due to its good mountain ranges, it is especially good for adventure/skiing lovers.