Consistently ranked one of the best zoos in America. A Memphis must-see.
Memphis is home of the Blues and Beale Street is just waiting to show off what it's got.
Home of the King. Tour his Mansion, the Grounds, His Planes and don't forget the Trophy Room.
This museum creates memorable learning experiences through the joy of play.
Independent record label founded in 1950. The first to record Elvis, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Roy Orbison and others.
A collection of museums and historic buildings tracing the history of the civil rights movement including the site of the assassination of Martin Luther King.
Wilderness themed store with, restaurants, lounge and a wide array of hunting, fishing and outdoor gear.
Elwood is on the National Historic Registry and is set beneath ancient elms and magnolias where history unfolds. Visit the resting place of veterans from every American war, generals, senators, mayors and madams.
A must-experience stop on your Memphis music pilgrimage where recordings were made by Otis Redding, Booket T & The MGs, Rufus Thomas and Isaac Hayes.
Global array of plants arranged into separate areas, including the popular Japanese space.
Botanical Park and museum with permanent collections of impressionist and post-impressionist art.
Collection of European and American art, including sculptures and paintings from the 18th - 20th centuries.
Hip, arty neighborhood & entertainment district with quirky stores selling vinyl, vintage clothes and even custom drum sets.
The Mid-South's major science and historical museum.
Museum complex with exhibits of ornamental metalwork, a working blacksmith and a sculpture garden.
Tells the story of the roots and influence of Memphis rock and soul music as told through interactive media.
Entertainment district of food, music and fun in a relaxed, yet sophisticated environment.