Johnny Cash Boyhood Home
Johnny Cash's childhood was spent in the Dyess Colony, created in 1934 by Roosevelt as part of his New Deal initiative. Nearly 500 families were given succor to start a new life and the Cash family also benefited. Known as Farm No. 266, at this homestead Johnny and his family grew and picked cotton. Lots of pictures, artifacts, and memorabilia are on display. Tours begin at 9 AM Monday through Saturday. The last tour is given at 3 PM.