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Museum
“A must see in downtown Memphis. This museum is very well done. It does take some time to go through the entire place thoughtfully, so plan accordingly.”
  • 102 lokale anbefaler
Zoo
“Consistently voted in the top 5 zoos in the country. Our zoo is a favorite of the young and old.”
  • 72 lokale anbefaler
Museum
“A list about Memphis would be incomplete without the well known home of Elvis Presley: Graceland. Learn all about the artist’s origins and see his '70s home decor—including the famous Jungle Room. Across the street, find a relatively new museum featuring Elvis’ collection of classic cars, next to several cafes and other museums dedicated to music.”
  • 78 lokale anbefaler
BBQ Joint
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“Slow smoked Memphis Style. Open daily 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. This locally owned barbecue chain features juicy, wet, or dry-rubbed ribs, saucy pulled pork sandwiches, even loaded barbecue nachos piled high with pulled pork, ‘cue sauce, cheese sauce, shredded cheese, and jalapeños. Don’t miss the crispy, kettle-style homemade barbecue chips. And while you’re there, try a locally brewed beer from Memphis Made, Wiseacre, Ghost River, or High Cotton breweries.”
  • 67 lokale anbefaler
Other Nightlife
“Within walking distance (15 minutes) or a quick Uber/Lyft ride (5 minutes) from the Magnolia House has a great dinner/music scene and enjoyed by all. Make this a stop while in Memphis. ”
  • 77 lokale anbefaler
Hundeløbetur
“Memphis has a top zoo - they have pandas!, a wonderful museum called Brooks Museum, a golf course, and is near Cooper Young district. ”
  • 66 lokale anbefaler
Record Shop
“I can't make a list and not include Beale. The history is incredible. Now it's mostly neon and bars. Lots of bars, restaurants, and live music that they think tourists would like. I go maybe once or twice a year. You can have an open container on the street and I think they serve til 5 or 6 AM. It's fun to walk with a drink in your hand. LOTS of great souvenir shops.”
  • 57 lokale anbefaler
Restaurant
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“If you go to Gus’s for anything but fried chicken, you’ll likely soon change your mind. Napoleon “Na” Vanderbilt’s fried chicken was well-known to the citizens of Mason, Tennessee: With local support, Na constructed and opened the first restaurant, Maggie’s Short Orders, in 1973. Na’s son, Vernon “Gus” Bonner, inherited the recipe and the restaurant. Family friend and Memphian Wendy McCrory brought the restaurant’s distinctive flavors to Memphis in 2001. Get your chicken with beans and greens and other things, but expect a line, especially when nearby Beale Street is hoppin”
  • 54 lokale anbefaler
Art Museum
“The Brooks museum of art happens to be the largest and oldest museum in the state of Tennessee and within its vicinity it includes the Cafe Brooks, the Brooks museum of art, a grand terrace and the Holly Court Garden. The museum contains 29 galleries showcasing paintings from the Italian Renaissance, Baroque and 20th century artists. It also has a research library of 5,000 volumes and an auditorium. The museum houses an impressive collection of English portraits by Gainsborough, Lawrence and Reynolds as well as contemporary artists such as Carroll Cloar, a Memphis native.”
  • 39 lokale anbefaler
Sporting Goods Shop
“Largest Bass Pro Shop. Take the elevator to the top, enjoy great views, dining & shopping”
  • 53 lokale anbefaler
Museum
“Elvis Presley got his start in this small studio just east of downtown Memphis. Today, you can tour Sun Studios, learn all about Memphis’ musical lore from local artists who serve as tour guides, and even stand at the microphone where the King of Rock & Roll himself made history while crooning, “That’s All Right.””
  • 52 lokale anbefaler
Park
“There's horse riding, zip lines, laser tag, paint ball, fishing, kayaking, and much more.”
  • 56 lokale anbefaler
Music Venue
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“A great place to enjoy some great music - this place has some really interesting history with the Memphis music scene. ”
  • 56 lokale anbefaler
Hotel
“Each day at 11am, a small but mighty parade of adorable ducks make their way from the rooftop of the Peabody Hotel across the lobby to the marble fountain, where they spend the day. Led by their red-coated Duckmaster, the feathered friends then return upstairs at 5pm. Kids get front-row seats to the march and adults can enjoy a cocktail from the Lobby Bar. How cool?”
  • 53 lokale anbefaler
Museum
“his site is for the real “soul searchers” out there. Yes, that’s the second time the same pun has been used in one article. The Stax Museum of American Soul Music is another must-see attraction for music fans and non-music fans alike. An exact replica of the former Stax Records recording studio, it resides at the very address where Stax Records once operated and boasts a gargantuan 17,000 square foot museum full of vintage musical instruments, mementos and exhibits. These exhibits concern the history of soul music and also emphasize the various influential artists who had, at one time or another, signed with Stax Records. Among the many exhibits are those dedicated to past and present Stax Records artists Isaac Hayes, Otis Redding and Albert King, among many others. Though the museum focuses on Stax Records artists, it also boasts a massive video footage collection of various non-Stax artists such as James Brown, Tina Turner, The Jackson Five, Stevie Wonder and other high-profile soul artists. Some of The Stax Museum’s most impressive artifacts include a genuine, century-old Mississippi Delta Church, the authentic Soul Train dance floor and Isaac Hayes refurbished Cadillac Eldorado. The museum also hosts a bounty of ever-changing exhibits dedicated to the history and legacy of soul music.”
  • 34 lokale anbefaler
Cafe
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“Cafe with funky deck & crafts shop offering coffee, breakfast & sandwiches, plus weekend live music.”
  • 42 lokale anbefaler

De bedste restauranter

BBQ Joint
“Slow smoked Memphis Style. Open daily 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. This locally owned barbecue chain features juicy, wet, or dry-rubbed ribs, saucy pulled pork sandwiches, even loaded barbecue nachos piled high with pulled pork, ‘cue sauce, cheese sauce, shredded cheese, and jalapeños. Don’t miss the crispy, kettle-style homemade barbecue chips. And while you’re there, try a locally brewed beer from Memphis Made, Wiseacre, Ghost River, or High Cotton breweries.”
  • 67 lokale anbefaler
Restaurant
“If you go to Gus’s for anything but fried chicken, you’ll likely soon change your mind. Napoleon “Na” Vanderbilt’s fried chicken was well-known to the citizens of Mason, Tennessee: With local support, Na constructed and opened the first restaurant, Maggie’s Short Orders, in 1973. Na’s son, Vernon “Gus” Bonner, inherited the recipe and the restaurant. Family friend and Memphian Wendy McCrory brought the restaurant’s distinctive flavors to Memphis in 2001. Get your chicken with beans and greens and other things, but expect a line, especially when nearby Beale Street is hoppin”
  • 54 lokale anbefaler
Music Venue
“A great place to enjoy some great music - this place has some really interesting history with the Memphis music scene. ”
  • 56 lokale anbefaler
Cafe
“Cafe with funky deck & crafts shop offering coffee, breakfast & sandwiches, plus weekend live music.”
  • 42 lokale anbefaler
Breakfast Spot
“When you go to the Arcade for breakfast, try to get a seat at the Elvis booth towards the back of the restaurant (it was apparently his favourite). Even if you can't get the coveted seat, you can still gorge yourself on the restaurant's fantastic sweet potato pancakes and other classic southern breakfast treats. The Arcade is one of the oldest restaurants in Memphis and the classic retro decor hasn't changed in years.”
  • 39 lokale anbefaler
BBQ Joint
“Most famous Memphis Ribs. The dry rub is a must try. Grab plenty of towelettes.”
  • 37 lokale anbefaler
Restaurant
“This swanky Cooper Young restaurant is located in the former beauty shop where Priscilla Presley styled her beehive. The 1950s style hair dryers, washing sinks, mirrors and mint-green mod features are still on display. The menu offers a truly eclectic mix of international and Southern cuisine that includes a watermelon and hot wings plates, daily crepe specials, grilled whole fish dinners and a popular cosmopolitan brunch.”
  • 50 lokale anbefaler
Dive Bar
“Go to Earnestine and Hazel’s for the real soul food experience and stay for the jukebox operated by ghosts. That’s right, in downtown Memphis Earnestine and Hazel’s is a dive bar on the grounds of an old haunted brothel. It’s home to several locally famous ghouls and the equally well-known ‘soul burger’, which costs just $6 and has gained national notoriety for its mouthwatering ‘soul sauce’.”
  • 51 lokale anbefaler

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