Introduction to Milan, Tennessee
The city is named after Milan, Italy. It is also referred to as the "Bullet Town," because of the presence of Milan Arsenal, which manufactured ammunition during World War II. The city experienced rapid development during World War II because of the presence of Milan Arsenal.
Milan and nearby Attractions
- West Tennessee Agricultural Museum
- Casey Jones Home & Railroad Museum
- Museum of Magic and History
- Browning Gordon Museum
- Oakland Park
- Maiden Park
Things To Do In Milan
Milan has a number of parks in the vicinity which offer a wide variety of recreational opportunities, including the Milan City Park, Trostel Field and Rotary Field. The Milan Golf and Country Club provides facilities for local golf golfers. Local celebrations include the Fall Folklore Jamboree.
Memphis International is the nearest major airport.
Milan Higher Education
Union University, Jackson State Community College, the University of Tennessee-Martin and Murray State University provide higher education in the area.